The games in the form of a championship were held in Moscow region from the 22nd to the 26th of November 2019. The event embraced around 500 creative young people aged from 10 to 25 years old from 10 countries.
Arina Titova, a student of the Penza children musical school named after Viktor Chekh, won a gold medal at the Youth Delphic Games. It should be reminded that, in April, she won the “Variety vocal” nomination at the XVIII All-Russian Delphic Games.
The program of the Games of the former Commonwealth countries included contests in 6 nominations: pianoforte, violin, academic and variety singing, open nomination. The gala concert was held on November 25th at the stage of Vegas City Hall in Moscow district.
The 15th Anniversary Youth Delphic Games of the former Commonwealth countries will take place in April 2020 in Omsk region.
The Delphic Games were competitions in arts held in Ancient Greece along with the Olympic Games (sport competitions). In 2000, the First World Delphic Games of the modern era were held in Moscow.
As of today, the International Delphic Committee (the headquarters are located in Moscow) includes representatives from 115 countries.
In 2014, a new format of the Games was launched – the European Delphic Games.
To this day, there have been fourteen Youth Delphic Games of the former Commonwealth countries. The finals of these events only involved over 10 thousand young men and women from all former Commonwealth countries.
At the national level, there are the Games of individual countries which are qualifying legs for the international Delfic competitions. Thus, the Russian Federation has held eighteen Youth Delphic Games, the Republic of Kazakhstan – thirteen, the Republic of Moldova – three, Ukraine - five. The competitions are held in the form of festivals in Bulgaria, Italy, Turkey, and the RSA.