Applicants must be no more than 32 years of age on 8 April 2025, with aggregates as shown:
• Piano with viola – aggregate of 60 years with an upper age of 32
• Piano with cello – aggregate of 60 years with an upper age of 32
• Piano Trio – aggregate of 90 years with an upper age of 32
• Piano Quartet – aggregate of 120 years with an upper age of 32
Entrants must be able to demonstrate that they have been together as an ensemble for at least two years prior to the competition. For the 2025 competition, therefore, from 2023. Should your ensemble have been formed later than 2023, but you believe that it reaches the high standard of excellence required please make contact before submitting an application form.
Copies of national identity cards or passports showing date of birth are required.
“When we won the Parkhouse Award we were such a young trio. The prize gave us the possibility to become more known within the UK and Europe, and to have more and more recognition from our peers. And, of course, the great concert halls we played in thanks to the Award will definitely remain in our memories!“
Trio Sōra (winner 2017)
The Parkhouse Award is supported by The Tertis Foundation and The Adrian Swire Charitable Trust.
All communications relating to The Parkhouse Award should be directed to:
Kent TN17 3JJ
+44 (0)7721 672348