The Leoš Janáček International Competition in Brno (Mezinárodní soutěž Leoše Janáčka v Brně, hereinafter referred to as MSLJ) is a competition named after the famous composer Leoš Janáček. Ten disciplines of string quartet, violin, piano, organ, violoncello, double-bass, flute, clarinet, French horn and tuba take turns regularly in five-year periods.
- 2017 – piano, organ
- 2018 – violoncello, double bass
- 2019 – flute, clarinet
- 2020 – violin, string quartet
- 2021 – French horn, tuba
Select the year of the competition:
|Statute of the competition|
|Presidium of the Competition|
Prizewinners – chronologically
Prizewinners – according to disciplines
|Logo of the competition|
The competition is held under the patronage of Minister of Culture of the Czech Republic PhDr. Lubomír Zaorálek, Governor of the Region of South Moravia JUDr. Bohumil Šimek, Mayor of the City of Brno JUDr. Markéta Vaňková, Janáček Quartet and President of the Constitutional Court of the Czech Republic JUDr. Pavel Rychetský, dr. h. c.