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ARTCODE is an online platform for holding international creative competitions of global importance. Reach a new level of professional activity. Participate and win in ARTCODE competitions - the global project of TO "Triumph" (CA TRIUMPH) - CID UNESCO Member!

At the same time, the platform is open to accepting applications for different competitions. Projects are updated every 10-14 days. Summing up the results takes place 15 days after the deadline for applications.

The participant's package include: a diploma (without the word "online"), an appreciation letter to the teacher. In most projects, artists also receive personalized reviews with valuable recommendations from the expert council.

The prize fund consists of free of charge trips and grants for competitions of the Organizer, valuable prizes, certificates and gifts from partners.

The organizing committee includes: CA Triumph (Creative Association "Triumph", member of the CID UNESCO Council), Sanartis s.r.о. (Cultural Organization, Czech Republic, Prague), Innovative educational platform ARTCOMPASS.

The competitions are supported by prestigious European cultural associations. Among them: Italy: Melos, Centro di Teatro Internazionale, Il Mio Mondo Russo, ASD Productions, Progetto Voce; Austria: Vorhang AUF !, Sommerstudio; France: Cap Ferret Music Festival; Spain: IronScullsCo; Czech Republic: KartonStudio; Netherlands: Koekla. Acting artists, teachers of the world's leading creative universities have been invited to the expert councils of the competitions.


How to participate in the competition:
Step 1. Select a project from the list below: a multi-genre competition or narrow-profile projects within the discipline: vocals, dancing, etc.
Step 2. Fill out the application and attach a link to your material.
Step 3. Pay the registration fee by credit card.

Our projects:


Step 1 - Read the venue

All the necessary information about the procedure for participation, timing, organizer, requirements for creative materials, financial conditions and the procedure for awarding is in the "Regulations" section.


Step 2 - Organize material correctly

1. Video recordings of a live performance filmed on stage on a static camera (without editing elements, gluing frames, overlaying audio tracks) are allowed for the competition.
2. One separate competition number must be recorded on the video.
3. It is not allowed to stop the video camera during the recording of the performance.
4. Filming must be no more than 2 years old.
5. Video recordings of low quality (less than 720p) are not allowed to participate.
6. On the video recordings of the participants in the "Instrumental Creativity" nomination, the hands and faces of the contestants must be visible.

The competition performance must be published by the participant of the competition only on the website and have public access.

The publication of material on other resources may lead to errors (closed profile in social networks, expiration of the material storage period, etc.) and incorrect display of data, which may lead to inadmissibility to the competition, the responsibility for which lies with the participant.

The only exceptions are works sent in the nominations "Decorative and Applied Art", "Fine Art". Materials in these categories must be placed in the online storage: file hosting, Yandex Drive, Google Drive, Cloud Mail and others.

By sending a link to the video, the participant of the competition automatically confirms his consent to the use of the material by third parties (organizers, jury members, other participants in the competition), as well as to post the video on the organizer's website.


Step 3 - Apply

All the information you need to fill out the form fields, incl. the YouTube link must be entered correctly. In case of providing erroneous information, the responsibility lies with the participant of the competition.

The publication of material on other resources may lead to errors (closed profile in social networks, expiration of the material storage period, etc.) and incorrect display of data, which may lead to inadmissibility to the competition, the responsibility for which lies with the participant.

The only exceptions are works sent in the nominations "Decorative and Applied Art", "Fine Art". Materials in these categories must be placed in the online storage: file hosting, Yandex Drive, Google Drive, Cloud Mail and others.


Step 4 - Announcement of results

The winners of the competition and holders of special prizes among the participants will be revealed 15 days after the end of the acceptance of applications for the competition.

Draw your attention to!
All competition materials from the participant's package are formed in turn according to the competition lists and will be sent to ALL participants within 7 days from the date of the announcement of the winners of the competition.



Silvio Zanon

Italy, Verona

Baritone, student of the famous Italian opera singer Luciano Pavarotti. President of the Cultural Association and director of the Progetto Voce Opera Academy.

Helene Berger

France, Paris

Piano teacher at the French National Conservatory, teacher at the Vienna University of Music and Performing Arts, member of the judging panel of the OSAKA International Music Competition, organizer of the Cap Ferret Music Festival, Concours Bellan.

Dmitry Devdariani

Great Britain, London

Professional theater director, actor, playwright, poet, teacher, screenwriter, artistic director of the Russian Classics Theater in London.

Kunito Nishitani

Japan, Tokyo

Violinist, conductor, music producer, has worked in the faculties of New York University, Portland State University, Rose City Academy of Music, Ikebukuro Community College and Kunito International Violin and Viola School.

Thomas Kreuzeberger

Austria, Vienna

University professor and board member of the Vienna University of Music and Performing Arts. Leader of a concert class at a private university of music and art.

Pei Wen-Chen

USA, New-York

Vocal coach, pianist, member of the IVAI Department of Music in Virginia and New York, CVAI in Canada, VOICExperience teacher in Florida,

Gianfranco Sannicandro

Austria, Salzburg

Concert pianist and teacher of the Salzburg Academy of Music, member of the jury of Italian and Austrian piano competitions. Founder and Artistic Director of the Sommerstudio Music Courses.

Daniel Klansky

Czech Republic, Prague

Opera singer, musical actor, participant of productions of the legendary theaters in Prague: National Theater of Prague, FX Šalda Theater, Josef Kajetán Tyl Theate, as well as in theaters in Italy and Denmark

Veronika Sakharova

Republic of Belarus, Minsk

One of the best performers of the Republic of Belarus, candidate of art history, associate professor, laureate of international competitions, leading teacher of the Belarusian State Academy of Music.

Kuip Lee

France, Paris

Tenor of the Paris National Opera.

Nelly Danko

Czech Republic, Prague

Lecturer at the Prague Dance Academy, choreographer at the National Theater in Prague, choreographer PKB / Balet Prague

Anna Novotna Peshkova

Czech Republic, Prague

Singer, conductor, actress, as well as choirmaster and soloist of the renowned Prague Children's Opera ensemble.

Vitaly Romanov

France, Paris

Professor at the Paris National Higher Conservatory. Soloist of the Mikhailovsky Theater and the Zazerkalye Musical Theater (St. Petersburg).

Vladimir Kuzma

Italy, Florence

Laureate of international competitions, teacher, concert artist, member of the "Ensemble Armonico" quintet, professor at the Fiesole School of Music, Italy.

Victor Korotich

Russia, Saint-Petersburg

Soloist with the Mariinsky Opera Theater. Honored Artist of the Republic of North Ossetia - Alania, laureate of the National Opera Award "Onegin" and the Highest Theater Award of St. Petersburg "Golden Soffit".

Anton Korobka

Russia, Moscow

Music expert, sound producer, teacher MAK (Academy of Music).

Jan Kuchera

Czech Republic, Prague

Czech conductor, composer and pianist, since 2015 chief conductor of the Karlovy Vary Symphony Orchestra, one of the oldest orchestras in Europe.

Nataly Bembel

Republic of Belarus, Minsk

Member of the unions of artists, designers, filmmakers of the Republic of Belarus, art critic, art critic.

Zara Lyangolf

Russia, Saint-Petersburg

Honorary Professor of the Institute for Peace under the auspices of UNESCO, Head of the Department of Choreography at St. Petersburg University of Culture and Arts, choreographer

Jan Pirner

Czech Republic, Prague

Teacher, composer and choirmaster of Radost Praha, one of the oldest children's choirs in the Czech Republic. Editor of the choral edition of the Polyhymnia Bohemica Cultural Center. Choir singing specialist for adults.

George Sachkov

Russia, Moscow

Actor and director of the Malaya Bronnaya Theater, actor of the Teatrium na Serpukhovka theater troupe.

Olga Kravtsova

Russia, Saint-Petersburg

Artist, teacher-tutor of the St. Petersburg State Theater of Musical Comedy, soloist and vocal teacher of the Zazerkalye theater, senior vocal teacher of the Department of Musical Education of the Russian State Institute for the Arts

Alexander Paley

USA, New-York

Legendary pianist and conductor. Honored Artist of Moldova. Laureate of the International Johann Sebastian Bach Competition, organizer of classical music festivals in Moulin d'Andé (Normandy) and in Richmond.

Yu Yomomoto

Japan, Tokyo

Choreographer, dancer, artistic director of the Honey → B dance troupe, and instructor at the Broadway Dance Center. Winner of the New Dance Award.

Raffi Besalyan

USA, New-York

Pianist, Professor of Piano Performance at Georgia State University, Rowan University in New Jersey and the University of Wisconsin-Stephens Point.

Ermanno Croce

Italy, Massignano

President of EC STUDIOS PRODUCTIONS ASD and APS, casting consultant for the Mia Martini National Prize, member of CID UNESCO. Author of over 1,500 pieces of music, dozens of theatrical performances, musicals.

Benjamin Malinsky

USA, Pittsburgh

American percussionist, performed under such conductors as Leon Botstein, James Bagwell, Christian Maselaru, Gerard Schwartz and others. Has performed with the Bard Conservatory Orchestra.

Miki Ueno

Japan, Tokyo

Vocal coach, classical music teacher, singer. Member of the professional choir "Tokyo Kammer Choir", member of the music publishing house "Educational Arts Co.", vocal teacher at "Reminy Women's Choir", "Canon Boys and Girls Choir" and others.

Moises Moe

Spain, Barcelona

Choreographer, teacher and organizer of international festivals, innovative projects, show performances, competitions. Owner of the Iron Skulls Co dance company. Choreographer-director of television projects, commercials, music videos.

Daniel Volpin

Italy, Verona

Vocal teacher. Graduated from the Institute of Musical Theater in Milan, the Institute of Theatrical Improvisation in Rome. Works with Warner Bros Entertainment Spain. Participant of the musicals "A Christmas Carol", "Green Day's American Idiot", "Jesus Christ Superstar", "Hairspray", "Grease", "Pinocchio".

Yachao Zhu

China, Beijing

Choreographer, dancer. Worked with the Beijing Dance Theater. Master of Dance at New York University's Tisch School of the Arts. Fellowship holder Paulette Goddard, Trinity Laban, MUC and others.

Gloria Conti

Italy, Grottamare

Singer, artist, coach, vocal teacher at EC STUDIOS PRODUCTIONS in San Benedetto del Tronto.

Eugenia Forteza

USA, New-York

Actress, soprano singer, holder of the title "Opera Wire" and "Voce di Meche". Finalist of Concorso Internazionale di Canto Katia Ricciarelli.

Lesli Wang


Saxophone teacher at Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts Selmer Paris and woodwind artist D'Addario. Artistic Director of the Asia-Pacific Saxophone Academy.

Vivi Hu

China, Beijing

Vocalist, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, educator. Master of Arts at Queens College. Jury member of the Hong Kong Baruch College NYC Singing Competition and the New York Stars Children's Talent Show.

Jotaro Kanazashi

Japan, Tokyo

Ballet dancer, soloist of the Samara Academic Opera and Ballet Theater. Winner of special prizes at ballet competitions "Machida" and "Prix du japon".

Romina Krieger

Spain, Barcelona

Opera singer, actress and artistic director of Krieger Management

Renata Reich

Austria, Vienna

Lecturer at the Vienna University of Music and Performing Arts. Concert jazz singer and composer. Actress. Head of the vocal studio.

Yuki Negishi

Japan, Tokyo

Pianist, composer, teacher. Concert performer in Great Britain, the Netherlands, France, Germany, Switzerland, Italy, Romania, Japan, China and the USA. She has worked with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, the Japanese Philharmonic, the Zurich Tonhalle Orchestra.

Liza Atzori

Italy, Rome

Artist, sculptor, drawing teacher. Member of the Artists' Association “Cento pittori via Margutta”.

Vanukhina Elena

Spain, Barcelona

Artist, interior designer, stained glass painter. Teach drawing and painting classes. Chief artist of the Drama Theater.

Gilian Dierdorp

Holland, Amsterdam

Decorator, designer, graduate of Gerrit Rietveld Academie, Amsterdam. Author-director in a puppet theater, winner of numerous awards for the best design.

Hose Migel Migdann Seuba

Spain, Barcelona

Conductor of the chamber orchestra and choir in Barcelona.