Preselection results

(alphabetical order)

ALEGRE TOMÁS
ALEXEEV KONSTANTIN
BODENDORFF MARIE LOUISE
CERESINI PIETRO
CHEN MOYE
EMELIANOV KONSTANTIN
FISHER JOHN
GRIGALIŪNAITĖ MORTA
GUO XU
HAN KYUHO
HIDAKA SHINO
HSU TING CHIA
HSU SHUHAO
ISHII TAKUMA
IWAI RISA
JUNG YOUNG HWAN
KIM JAE YOUNG
KOYAMA SOSHI
KURIYAMA SAORI
LEE HO YEL
LEE SEOMSEUNG
LEE MOON SU
LEE SARA
LEE JINYOUNG
LIEPINS DAUMANTS
LIOTIS TRIANTAFYLLOS
LIU JIA-NAN
LOTOVA ALEXANDRA
MANDARIC ZELJKA
MATIEVA OLGA
MAVLIUDOV NAIL
MENGUY RODOLPHE
MINE MAIKO
MONZO SALVATORE
NYMAN MATLEENA
OLDEMEIER NIKLAS
OSHIMA MIHOKO
PARK BOMIN
PIVNENKO DMYTRO
PROMMACHART POOM
QUINTEROS DANOR
SIDOROVA TATIANA
SOLOMON CORAL
SONG ALBERTINA EUNJU
SUZUKI HIROHIDE
SUZUKI RYUTARO
TANCHEV ASEN
TANGUAY-LABROSSE GASPARD
TODICĂ GEORGE
VALENTIYEV VALENTYN
VASSILENKO VICTORIA
WONG LAWRENCE

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Laureates of the competitions members of the World Federation of International Music Competitions:

ATSUSHI IMADA (Queen Elisabeth Competition)
CHA SOO – JIN (Premio Jaén International Piano Competition)
AKUDA AKIHITO (George Enescu International Competition)
PARK JOO HYEON (Clara Haskil Competition)
SPAROV MIKHAIL (Geneva Piano Competition)
STOJANOVIC LJUBICA(Geneva Piano Competition)

Piano Section

I. CALENDAR

The Piano Competition consists of two eliminatory rounds, the semifinal and the final-concert with orchestra.
The drawing of lots will take place on September 15, 2016.

The first round – eliminatory – will take place on September 16, 17 and 18, 2016.
Duration of the programme: approx. 20 minutes.

The second round – eliminatory – will take place on September 20 and 21, 2016.
Duration of the programme: approx. 50 minutes.

The Semifinal will take place on September 23, 2016.
Duration of the programme: approx. 40 minutes.
The rehearsal with the orchestra for the final round will take place on September 24, 2016.
The Final round will take place on September 25, 2016.
The results of each Round will be announced by the Competition Secretariat after the end of each, immediately after the ruling of the Jury.

II. REPERTOIRE

The repertoire included in the registration form by the competitor is final and cannot be changed.
Each competitor will establish the order in which he/she will perform the works in each round.
The repertoire shall be performed without scores, except Sonatas and works composed by George Enescu.

First Round

1. Bach: One Prelude and Fugue chosen by the competitor from the
Well Tempered Clavier (Book I; Book II)

2. A work chosen by the competitor among:
– a Piano Sonata composed by Haydn
– a Piano Sonata composed by Mozart
– Three Piano Sonatas composed by Scarlatti

3. An Etude chosen by the competitor among:
– Chopin
– Liszt

4. An Etude chosen by the competitor among:
– Skriabin
– Debussy

Second Round 

1. A Piano Sonata composed by Beethoven chosen by the competitor (except op. 10/1, op. 14/1, op. 14/2, op. 49/1, op. 49/2, op. 78, op. 90, op.106)

2. A work composed by a XX century composer among: Rachmaninoff, Prokofiev, Skriabin, Debussy, Ravel, Bartok, Janacek etc (with the exception of the etudes by Rachmaninoff and Skriabin).

Semifinal

1. A work composed by Enescu chosen by the competitor among:
– Piano Suite in D Major, op.10 no.2
– Piano Sonata in f# minor, op.24 no.1
– Piano Sonata in D Major, op.24 no.3

2. A work of a romantic composer, chosen by the competitor among:
Schumann, Schubert, Liszt, Brahms, Chopin, Mendelssohn-Bartholdy,Franck.

Final (With Orchestra)

A Concerto for Piano and Orchestra chosen by the competitor among: Mozart, Beethoven, Chopin, Schumann, Liszt, Grieg, Brahms, Tchaikovsky, Rachmaninoff (Concerto no. 2 or no.3), Prokofiev (Concerto no. 2) or Bartók (Concerto no. 3).

 

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