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The Ninth International F. Chopin Competition for Young Pianists

August, 2014, Foshan (China)

Participants: 36 young pianists from 7 countries (junior group), 10 pianists from 6 countries (senior group)

Jury: M. Voskresensky, chairman (Russia), M. Aleksandrov (Russia), S.Kalatchev (Russia), K. Jablonski (Poland), Wu Ying (China), Dong Hyek Lim (Korea), Yakov Kasman (United States).

Prize winners:

Junior Group

1st prize — Eric LU (USA)

1st prize — Annie ZHOU (Canada)

3rd prize — Xuehong CHEN (China)

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Senior Group

2nd prize — Georgijs OSOKINS (Latvia)

2nd prize — Hugo KITANO (USA)

3rd prize — ZHAO Yilan (China)

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The Eighth Moscow International F. Chopin Competition for Young Pianists

September, 2012

Jury: M. Voskresensky, chairman (Russia), M. Aleksandrov (Russia), E. Osinska (Poland), C. Yang (Malaysia), Y. Gilduk (Belarus), Y. Slesarev (Russia), Yang Sook Lee (Republic of Korea).

Prize winners:

1st prize — Hyeok LEE (Republic of Korea), Tiffany POON (China-Hong Kong)

2nd prize — Vsevolod BRIGIDA (Russia)

3rd prize — Ayano KAMEI (Japan), Gyutae HA (Republic of Korea)

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Hyeok LEE studies at Sunhwa Arts High School in Seoul. Teacher: Prof. Lee Yangsook.

Tiffany POON studies at The Juilliard School in New-York. Teacher: Prof. Y. Kaptinsky. Prizewinner of the Hong Kong (Asia) Piano Open Competition (2005 I prize) Cincinnati's World Piano Competition (2007, I prize), The Young Pianist Competition of New Jersey (2007,1 prize).

Vsevolod BRIGIDA studies at The Moscow F. Chopin Music College. Teacher: A. Strukov. Awards: International Children's Music Competition Rotary (2007, II prize), «The Nutcracker» (2007, III prize), Heinrich Neuhaus Open Festival for Youth Pianists (2008), Vladimir Kraynev International Youth Piano Competition in Kharkov (2010,1 prize).

Ayano KAMEI studies at the Showa Piano Art Academy (Kawasaki).

The Seventh International F. Chopin Competition for Young Pianists

May, 2011, Beijing

Participants: 25 young pianists from 5 countries

Jury: M. Aleksandrov, chairman (Russia), С. Cebro (Uruguai), E. Osinska (Poland), C. Yang (Malaysia), Rem Urassin (Russia), Alexey Sokolov (China, Russia), Lim Dong Min (Republic of Korea).

Prize winners:

1st prize — Sijin LIANG (China)

2nd prize — Anastasia NESTEROVA (Russia)

3rd prize — Rustam HANMURZIN (Russia)

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The Sixth Moscow International F. Chopin Competition for Young Pianists

September, 2008

Participants: 35 young pianists from 8 countries

Jury: N. Petrov, chairman (Russia), M. Voskresensky (Russia), J. Lagarde (France), A. Malikova (Germany), E. Osinska (Poland), С. Cebro (Uruguai), Yang Sook Lee (Republic of Korea), I. Hobson (Great Britain).

Prize winners:

1st prize — Jin Seong CHO (Republic of Korea)

2nd prize — Nickolay Hozyainov (Russia)

3rd prize — Aleksey CHUKSIN (Russia)

4th prize — Tamila SALIMJANOVA (Uzbekistan)

5th prize — Yoo Eun SIL (Republic of Korea)

6th prize — Westley CHU (Canada)

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Nickolay Hozyainov won the Diplom of the F. Chopin Competition in Warsaw (2010).

Jin Seong Cho won the 1st Prize of the Hamamatsu International Piano Competition (2009), 3rd Prize of the Internatioanal P. Tchaikovsky Competition (2011).

The Fifth International F. Chopin Competition For young pianists

September, 2006 (Beijing)

Participants: 39 young pianists from 6 countries.

Jury: N. Petrov, chairman (Russia), M. Voskresensky (Russia), Y. Slesarev (Russia), M. Alexandrov (Russia), R. Urasin (Russia), V. Boikov (Ukraine), Mi-Kyung Kim (Republic of Korea), J. Lagarde (France), A. Malikova (Germany), Y. Ninomiya (Japan), E. Osinska (Poland), Wu Ying, Zhang Jin and Zhao Pingguo (China).

Orchestra: the Chinese Young Symphony Orchestra.

Prize winners:

1st prize — Dmitry SHISHKIN (Russia)

2nd prize — Wang YIJIA (China)

3rd prize — Daniil TRIFONOV (Russia)

4th prize — Liu YANG (China)

5th prize — Daniil MALYUTA (Russia)

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Daniil Trifonov won 3rd Prize of the Moscow A. Skriabin International Competition (2008), 1st Prize Arthur Rubinstein Internatioanl Competition in Tel Aviv (2011), Grand Prix and Golden medal of the International P.Tchaikovsky Competition (2011).

The Fourth Moscow International F. Chopin Competition For young pianists

September 2004.

Participants: 27 young pianists from 6 countries.

Jury: N. Petrov, chairman (Russia), M. Voskresensky (Russia), V. Merzhanov (Russia), Y. Slesarev (Russia), V. Boikov (Ukraine), A. Malikova (Germany), E. Osinska (Poland), P. Palechny (Poland). J. Fassina (France), Chung Jin-Woo (Republic of Korea).

Orchestra: Youth Symphony Orchestra, conductor Vladimir Ryzhaev.

Prize Winners:

1st prize — Sun JIAYI (China)

2nd prize — Lukas GENYUSHAS (Russia), Anna FEDOROVA (Ukraine)

3rd prize — Zhang HAOCHEN (China)

4th prize — not awarded

5th prize Konstantin ALEKSEEV(Russia), Sun Jia YAN (China)

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Sun Jia Yi entered the Central Beijing Conservatory.

L. Genyushas is the 2nd prizewinner at the Scottish International Piano Competition in Glasgo (2007). In 2008 he entered the Moscow State Conserfvatory. Grand Prix Jina Bachauer International Piano Competition (USA, 2010), 2nd Prize of the F.Chopin Competition in Warsaw (2010).

Anna Fedorova is the winner of 14 international piano competitions including her recent First Prize at the International Rubinstein In Memoriam piano competition (Poland 2009). Other awards were 2nd prize at the Frederick Chopin competition in Narva (Estonia), 1st prize at the Tbilisi International Young Pianists competition in Georgia, where she also received the Special Prize "Best Pianist of the Competition," the Dorothy McKenzie awards at the International Keyboard Institute and Festival (NY, USA 2006, 2007, 2008), the Second Prize and Special Prize of the Institute of Frederick Chopin at the Fourth Moscow International Frederick Chopin Competition for young pianists.

Haochen Zhang was awarded first prize at the Shanghai Piano Competition at the age of seven and nine. At age twelve, Haochen Zhang won the 4th International Tchaikovsky Competition for Young Musicians, becoming the youngest winner in the history of the competition. At age of fifteen, he became a winner of the 2006 Albert M.Greenfield Student Competition. At age of seventeen, winning First Prize at the Fourth China International Piano Competition, becoming the youngest prize winner in the history of this competition. At age of nineteen in June 2009, he won the Gold Medal in the Thirteenth Van Cliburn International Piano Competition, one of the top four International Piano Competition in the world,becoming one of the youngest, and the one of the first Asian, as well as the first Chinese Gold Medalist in the history of this competition.

The Third Moscow International F. Chopin Competition for Young pianists

April, 2000

Participants: 32 young pianists from 11 countries.

Jury: H. Czerny-Stefanska, chairman(Poland), M. Abbado (Italy), V. Beltchenko (Russia), K. Nakajima (Japan), A. Nasedkin (Russia), Chung Jin-Woo (Republic of Korea).

Orchestra: the Young Symphony Orchestra, conductor Vladimir Ryzhaev.

Prize winners:

1st prize – Galina CHISTYAKOVA (Russia), Hyo-Joo LEE (Republic of Korea)

2nd prize not awarded

3rd prize — Maria HARSEL (Ukraine)

4th prize — Timur SHCHERBAKOV (Russia)

5th prize — Soo Jung ANN (Republic of Korea)

6th prize — Ilia KAZANTSEV (Russia)

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G. Chistyakova in 2005 entered the Moscow State Conservatory. In 2002 she performed in Japan, Austria, Germany, Poland. In 2000 she received diplomas at the First All-Russian Competition for young musicians «New Names», in 2002 she won the 5th Prize at the F. Chopin International Competition in Darmstadt. In 2003 she won the 2nd prize at the Emil Gilels International Competition (Odessa, Ukraine), in 2004 — the 3rd prize at the Scriabin International Piano Competition in Moscow, in 2006 — the 2nd prize at the «Grand Konzerteum» in Athenes, in 2007 — the 2nd prize at the International Scriabin Competition in Grossetto. A laureate of the 1st Prize of International Piano Competition in Shenzhen (2011).

Hyo-Joo Lee has been awarded the prize of the Shanghai International Piano Competition (in 2002), She has been now continuing her studies at the Paris Conservatory.

The Second Moscow International F. Chopin Competition For young pianists

September, 1996.

Participants: 41 young pianists from 12 countries.

Jury: E. Malinin, chairman (Russia), M. Abbado (Italy), V. Beltchenko (Russia), A. Vardi (Israel), S. Dorensky (Russia), T. Dussaut (France), Lu Shikun (China), K. Nakajima (Japan), A. Pistorius (Germany), B.Hesse-Bukowska (Poland), Chung Jin-Woo (Republic of Korea).

Orchestra: World Children's Orchestra, conductor Vladimir Ryzhaev.

Prize winners:

1st prize — Fiodor AMIROV (Russia), Dong Min LIM(Republic of Korea)

2nd prize — Dong Hyek LIM (Republic of Korea)

3rd prize — Lola ASTANOVA (Uzbekistan), Di I Tan (China)

4th prize — Lydia REZNIKOVA, Alexander BOTALOV (Russia)

5th prize — Katarzhina BOREK (Poland)

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For 1996 laureates a number of concerts was organized: Poland (Warsaw, Poznan), Germany (Berlin, Schauspielhaus), France (Paris, Le Salle Pleyel).

Competirion in Moscow (2007). EMI has produced Dong Hyek Lim's solo CD.

F. Amirov graduated from the Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory. In 1999 he won Grand-Prix of the Poulenc International Competition in Nordhorn, in 2000 — the 5th prize at the Hamamatsu International Competition, in 2002 — the 3rd prize at the Rachmaninov International Piano Competition in Moscow, in 2003 — the 4th prize at the Messiaen International Competition (Paris), in 2007 — the 6th prize at the International Tchaikovsky Competition in Moscow. He performed in Germany, Italy, Republic of Korea, Japan.

Dong Min Lim continued studying at the Moscow Conservatory. In 2002 he won the 5th prize at the Tchaikovsky International Competition in Moscow. He has been also awarded prizes of the Viotti (Vercelli), Busoni (Bolzano) and Warsaw (F. Chopin) international competitions. He's a professor of Music University in Daegu.

Dong Hyok Lim has been awarded prizes at the Hamamatsu and Busoni competitions (2000), at the M. Longue–J. Thibaud International Competition in Paris, at the F. Chopin Competition in Warsaw (2005) and at the Tchaikovsky Competirion in Moscow (2007). EMI has produced Dong Hyek Lim's solo CD.

The First Moscow International F. Chopin Competition For young pianists

April, 1992

Participants: 43 young pianists from 11 countries.

Jury: E. Malinin, chairman (Russia), V. Beltchenko (Russia), S. Dorensky (Russia), M. Abbado (Italya), K. Nakajima (Japan), A. Fujita (Taiwan), B. Hesse-Bukowska (Poland), Jin-Woo Chung (Republic of Poland), F. Henegan (Ireland), N. Henriot-Schweizer (France).

Orchestra: Russian National Orchestra, conductor A. Gulianitsky.

Prize winners:

1st prize — Rem URASSIN (Russia), Hirose ETSKO (Japan)

2nd prize — Ekaterina METCHETINA (Russia)

3rd prize — not awarded

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For 1992 laureates a number of concerts was organized: Poland, Italy, Japan, Austria, Germany.

In 1995 R. Urasin won the 4th Prize at the International Chopin Competition in Warsaw, in 1997 — the 4th Prize at the International Competition in Hamamatsu, in 2001 — the Grand-Prix at the «Monte-Carlo Piano Masters» international competition, in 2004 — the 2nd Prize at the Sydney International Piano Competition. Docent at the Kazan State Conservatory. People's Artist of the Republic of Tatarstan.

H. Etsko continued studies at A. Cortot Music School in Paris; in 1997 she won the 3rd Prize at the International ARD Competition in Munich, in 1999 — the 1st prize at the Martha Argerich competition in Buenos-Aires.

E. Metchetina graduated from the Moscow Conservatory and completed post-graduate course (teacher — Prof. S. Dorensky). In 1995 she won the 5th prize at the F. Busoni International Competition in Bolzano, in 1999 — the 2nd prize at the Epinal lnternational Competition, in 2002 — the 2nd prize at the Viotti Competition in Vercelli, in 2004 — the 1st prize at the Cincinnatti International Competition (USA). She is a laureate of the Youth Prize «Triumph» and a soloist of the Moscow Philharmoni Society. She's a laureate of the Russian State Award (2011).