American Protege International Music Competitions at Carnegie Hall

International Concerto Competition 2021

International Concerto Competition is open to all instruments, including strings, piano, voice and winds.

Participants are required to submit video recording materials for the audition.

The largest number of musicians in American Protégé history applied for this year’s Concerto Competition. They hailed from 11 countries, including: different parts of the U.S., Canada, Czech Republic, China, Costa Rica, Great Britain, Hong Kong, New Zealand, Portugal, South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand.

Eligibility


 

We invite school students and adults to participate in the Competition. There is no age limit for the adult participants.

Multiple winners will be chosen in each of the following age groups:

School Students:Adults (19 and older):
12 and underAmateur without professional degree
13 – 18College students and professional musicians

Awards


 

Since the situation with COVID-19 Global Health Crisis is still uncertain, winners will be offered to perform at the Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall on the dates to be announced, or to receive a Winner’s Package by mail.

$300 Scholarship and other Special Awards may be granted based on the judges’ recommendations.

Judges


 

International panel of qualified judges will evaluate audition materials. All judges are independent, and their students are not allowed to apply this season. The concert pianist and teacher Ms. Irina Kaufman-Brookes (U.K./Russia) was invited as a Chairwoman of the Concerto Competition 2021. A graduate from the Gnessin Academy of Music, classes of Prof. E. Lieberman and Prof. L. Naumov, Ms. Kaufman-Brookes won a number of the International Competitions and performed as a solo and chamber ensemble pianist with the Bolshoi Theater, Stanislavskiy and Nemirovich – Danchenko Opera Theatre, and many orchestras across the Europe and USA.

American Protégé

International Concerto Competition 2021 Results

Judges Distinction Award (Plaque Trophies) Winners

Youth Music competitions 2022

Jae-Hyun (Eugene) Ryoo is currently pursuing his Doctoral degree at the University of Iowa studying with Dr. Kenneth Tse. Eugene has earned degrees from the University of North Carolina School of the Arts (UNCSA) and The University of Texas at Austin, studying with Dr. Robert Young and Dr. Stephen Page respectively. During his time at UNCSA, Eugene was the Saxophone Teaching Assistant, Woodwind Graduate Assistant and the Jazz Ensemble Manager. While in North Carolina, Eugene maintained an active studio teaching clarinet and saxophone students and was involved as a member of ArtistCorps Arts Engage. As an active performer, Eugene has performed with the Piedmont Wind Symphony, and Twin City Reed Quintet. He is a winner of the 2020-2021 Iowa and West Central Division MTNA Young Artist Competition, 2018 North Carolina MTNA Young Artist Competition, silver medalist of the 2018 Young Texas Artist Competition and 2017 Texas MTNA Young Artist Competition.

Carnegie Hall Piano Competitions

Grace Wang is a junior at Phillips Academy, she studies piano with Dr. Jonathan Bass at the New England Conservatory Preparatory School. She has won prizes in many international competitions, including first prize American Protégé competition in 2021 and 2019, first prize and the Virtuoso Channel award at the Glory Int’l Piano Competition in 2019 and 2021, first prize at the Great Composers Competition Rising Talents of the World in 2019 and 2020. She was also the first prize winner for the American Fine Arts Festival, Piano Teacher’s Congress of New York, Crescendo International Music Competition, the IMPACT Young Artists Competition and many others. Grace has performed many times at NEC, Carnegie Hall, Merkin Hall, and Lincoln Center. Grace loves all creative mediums, like design, filmmaking, and dance. Grace was the 2021 YoungArts Award Winner in Writing, the Best Feature Script Winner at the 2020 Paris Film Festival, and many others. She is an Ambassador for The Oliver Wendell Holmes Library.

Carnegie Hall Music Competitions

Henry Tushman, 14, studies piano with Sandra Hebert at Rivers School Conservatory, where he twice won Rivers’ Piano Department Award. Henry has also attended Cremona International Music Academy in Italy. Most recently, Henry was chosen as the Massachusetts State Alternate in the 2020 MTNA Junior Piano Competition. He has won first prizes in the American Protégé International Music Talent Competition, Steinway Society of Massachusetts Piano Competition, Martha B. Sosman Concerto Competition, Cremona International Piano Competition, MMTA Bay State Piano Contest, MMTA Judged Festival, American Fine Arts Festival, Crescendo International Music Competition, and Elite International Music Competition. Henry has performed in Boston Symphony Hall, Shalin Liu Performance Center, and Auditorium Giovanni Arvedi in Italy. He has premiered pieces written for him by award-winning composers Amy Reich and Whitman Brown, played chamber music in the Boston Music Institute, and performed in master classes for Victor Rosenbaum, Derek Chiu, and Esther Ning Yau.

Carnegie Hall Music Competitions

Sami Gershenhorn, pianist and composer. Since he was six years old, Sami was learning complex works, including movements from Bach’s Goldberg Variations, under the tutelage of Francisco Ybarra and Mary Sauer at New Music School. To date, he has performed in London, Positano, New York City, Miami, and Chicago. Recently, he won the 2021 NMS Concerto Competition with Rhapsody in Blue by Gershwin, and received an Honorable Mention for his performance of Mozart’s Piano Concerto No. 20 at Depaul University’s Concerto Festival and has been invited to premier a new composition by Augusta Read Thomas. In 2020, Sami performed the first movement of Prokofiev’s 1st Piano Concerto with the Chicago Arts Orchestra, made his radio debut on WFMT 98.7 as a soloist and on July 4th was featured as an up and coming American composer, performing Emotions on a COVID 19 Lockdown, and invited to perform in masterclasses with Paul Lewis and Steven Osborne.

Carnegie Hall Music Competitions

Amelia Baisden is nine years old and currently studies cello with Maxfield Wollam-Fisher at Levine Music in Washington, DC. She has held the position of principal cellist for the past four years across various regional youth orchestras and ensembles, currently leading the String Ensemble cello section of the American Youth Philharmonic Orchestras, with whom she competed at the 2020 American String Teachers Association National Orchestra Festival and was awarded the Middle School Grand Champion prize in March. She is a member of Levine Music’s Honors Program and DC Youth Orchestra Program’s most-advanced ensemble, Youth Orchestra. Amelia has won several regional and national solo competitions and has recently been named a winner of the Junior Cello Division in National Philharmonic’s Virtual Solo Bach Competition and was awarded “Most Promising Talent” in Amit Peled’s Inaugural Mount Vernon Virtuosi Online Cello Competition.

Winners by Age Category

NAMEAGECITY, STATE/COUNTRY
Age Group 12 and under:
FIRST PLACE WINNERS
Amelia Baisden, cello9Washington, DC
Student of Maxfield Wollam-Fisher  
Elgar, Concerto in E Minor Op. 85, I Mvt.  
Maxwell Brown, violin9Wilmington, DE
Student of Shelley Beard Santore  
Mozart, Violin Concerto No. 3 in G Major  
Aaron Liu, violin11Porter Ranch, CA
Student of Yuki Mori and Min Jung Park  
Julius Conus, Violin Concerto in E Minor, I Mvt.  
Abby Kim, cello11Duluth, GA
Student of Hyun-jin Kim  
Elgar, Cello Concerto in E Minor, Op. 85  
Amy Ono, violin11Bangkok, Thailand
Student of Siripong Tiptan  
Wieniawski, Violin Concerto No. 2 in D Minor, Op.22, III Mvt. 
Emily Wang, piano11Bloomington, IN
Student of Anthony Weinstein  
Mozart, Piano Concerto No. 12 in A Major, K 414  
Joshua Lee, violin11Phoenix, AZ
Student of Jooyeon Han  
Wieniawski, Violin Concerto No. 2, III Mvt.  
Maggie Schneider, violin11Phoenix, MD
Student of Byung Kook Kwak  
Bruch, Violin Concerto No. 1 in G Minor  
Florence Wei, cello12Saratoga, CA
Student of Jihee Kim  
Saint-Saens, Cello Concerto No. 1 in A Minor, Op. 33, I Mvt.  
Sami Gershenhorn, piano12Lake Forest, IL
Student of Francisco Ybarra and Mary Sauer  
Gershwin, Rhapsody in Blue  
Sophie Kim, cello12Phoenix, AZ
Student of Tom Landschoot  
Saint-Saens, Cello Concerto No. 1 in A Minor, Op. 33, I Mvt.  
   
SECOND PLACE WINNERS
Qiaoshan Wang, piano6Xi’an, China
Student of Mary Ko  
Haydn, Concerto in F Major Hob XVIII, F1, III Mvt.  
Trinity Min-Jie Tsai, piano8Taipei, Taiwan
Student of Mary Ko  
Haydn, Concerto in F major Hob XVIII:F1, I Mvt.  
William Yan, violin8Foothill Ranch, CA
Student of Wendy Castille  
Friedrich Seitz, Concerto No. 3 in G Minor Op. 12, I Mvt.  
Serena Li, cello9Scarsdale, NY
Saint Saens, Cello Concerto No. 1, I Mvt.  
Elizabeth Yuan Jen Wong, piano10Taipei, Taiwan
Student of Mary Ko  
Beethoven, Piano Concerto No. 1 in C Major Op. 15, I Mvt.  
Matthew Schneider, violin10Phoenix, MD
Student of Byung Kook Kwak  
Mozart, Violin Concerto No. 3 in G Major  
Andrew Lee, piano11Carmel, IN
Student of Svetlana Soleimani  
Peskanov, Concerto No.7 “Anniversary”, III Mvt.  
Alex Gong, viola12Chandler, AZ
Student of Susanne Rothaar  
Bach, Concerto in C Minor, I Mvt.  
Joyce Xu, violin12Great Neck, NY
Student of Laura Broverman  
Bach, Concerto No. 1 in A Minor  
William Jin, piano12Charlotte, NC
Student of Irena Hramenkova  
Beethoven, Op. 15 Concerto No. 1 In C Major, III Mvt.  
   
Piano Duo/Four Hands:  
Sara López Solera, piano6 San Jose, Costa Rica
Student of Dr. Carmen Méndez  
Natalia Solera Saborío, piano36San Jose, Costa Rica
Mario Alfagüell, Oli’s Concertino Stück  
   
THIRD PLACE WINNERS
Ruixi Zhao, violin7Redmond, WA
Student of Ilya Shpigelman  
Bach, Violin Concerto in A Minor, BWV 1041, I Mvt. and Vivaldi, Violin Concerto No. 8 in G Major, I Mvt.
Xinwei Liu, piano8Beijing, China
Student of Mary Ko  
Haydn, Piano Concerto in G major Hob XIV:13, II and III Mvts. 
Arjun Nirgudkar, cello10Brookhaven, GA
Student of Alexis Lee  
Vivaldi, Concerto in E Minor, RV 40  
Kate Masuda, violin10Monterey Park, CA
Student of Susan Pascale and Ariana Solotoff  
Accolay, Concerto No. 1 in A Minor  
Shao-Chi Lan, piano10Taipei, Taiwan
Student of Mary Ko  
Bach, Concerto No. 4 in A, BWV 1055, I Mvt.  
Clint Lee, violin11Austin, TX
Student of Lim, Jihee  
Accolay, Concerto No. 1 in A Minor  
Halyn Kim, violin11Porter Ranch, CA
Student of Hanna Jin  
Mozart, Violin Concerto No. 4 in D Major  
Cynthia Huang, cello12La Jolla, CA
Student of Ruslan Biryukov  
Haydn-Popper, Cello Concerto in C Major, I Mvt.  
Gianna Affatato, violin12Syosset, NY
Student of Larissa Broverman  
De Beriot, Concerto No. 9 in A Minor, I Mvt.  
Joanne Lin, violin12San Jose, CA
Student of Zhao Wei  
De Beriot, Concerto No. 9, Op. 104  
Lydia Fan, cello12Vancouver, Canada
Student of Patrick Sohn  
Saint-Saens, Cello Concerto No. 1 in A Minor, I Mvt.  
   
HONORABLE MENTION
Anna Chuang, piano11Taipei, Taiwan
Student of Mary Ko  
Bach, Concerto in G Minor, BWV 1058, I Mvt.  
   
Age Group 13 to 18:
NAMEAGECITY, STATE/COUNTRY
FIRST PLACE WINNERS
Elijah Kim, cello13Duluth, GA
Student of Hyun-jin Kim  
Saint-Saens, Cello Concerto No. 1 in A Minor, Op. 33  
Rubi Lee, violin13Irvine, CA
Student of Violin Studio of Mori & Park  
Lalo, Symphonie Espagnole and Conus, Concerto in E minor  
Angela Chan, cello14San Diego, CA
Student of Sharon Liou  
Saint-Saens, Cello Concerto No.1 in A minor  
Brian Chang, violin14Irvine, CA
Student of Wendy Hua Castille and Lorenz Gamma  
Saint-Saens, Violin Concerto No. 3, I Mvt  
Henry Tushman, piano14Wellesley, MA
Student of Sandra Hebert  
Schumann, Piano Concerto in A Minor Op. 54, I Mvt.  
Krishna Rajagopal, violin14Chapel Hill, NC
Student of Eric Pritchard  
Bruch, “Scottish Fantasy”, Op. 46, III Mvt.  
Madeleine O’Neill, cello14Westport, CT
Student of Patrick Sohn  
Saint-Saens, Concerto No. 1 in A Minor, Op. 33  
Preston Wong, cello14Trumbull, CT
Student of Patrick Sohn  
Saint-Saens, Cello Concerto No.1 in A minor, opus 33  
Amy Lee, violin15Irvine, CA
Student of Hee Sun Park  
Julius Conus, Violin Concerto in E Minor  
Annalise Mak, harp15Hong Kong
Student of Dan Yu  
Handel, Concerto in B Flat Major for Harp and Orchestra, I Mvt. 
Christy Kim, violin15Mason, OH
Student of Kurt Sassmannshaus  
Paganini, Violin Concerto No. 1 in D Major, Op. 6, I Mvt.  
Eric Ge, violin15Rye, NY
Student of Mary Ann Lanier  
Sarasate, Zigeunerweisen, Op. 20  
Noel Jones, violin15Rockville, MD
Student of Herbert Greenberg  
Vieuxtemps, Concerto No. 4, IV Mvt.  
Steven Wu, piano15Camas, WA
Student of Renato Fabbro  
Shostakovich, Piano Concerto No. 2 in F Major Op. 102, I Mvt. 
William Lu, violin15Austin, TX
Student of Luna Chu and Kina Park  
Saint-Saens, Violin Concerto No. 3 in B minor, Op. 61, III Mvt. 
Amelia Cho, violin16Cary, NC
Student of Eric Pritchard  
Saint-Saens, Violin Concerto No.3 in B minor, Op. 61 and Barber, Violin Concerto in G Major, Op. 14
Aniket Mahajan, alto saxophone16San Jose, CA
Student of Shay Salhov  
Glazunov, Concerto for Alto Saxophone  
Archimedes Li, violin16San Diego, CA
Student of Michael Tseitlin  
Tchaikovsky, Violin Concerto in D Major, I Mvt.  
Audrey Zhang, piano16Northville, MI
Student of Christopher Harding  
Beethoven, Concerto No 3, Op 37, C Minor, I Mvt.  
Brandon Lee, viola16Chandler, AZ
Student of Susanne Rothaar  
Walton, Concerto for Viola  
Christopher Jang, cello16San Marino, CA
Student of Ben Hong  
Elgar, Cello Concerto in E Minor, Op. 85, IV Mvt.  
Elanna Mak, viola16Hong Kong
Student of Jeremy Williams  
Bloch, Suite Hébraïque for Viola and Orchestra, III Mvt.  
Elton Zheng, cello16Westport, CT
Student of Patrick Sohn  
Saint-Saens, Cello Concerto No. 1  
Jacob Nenow, piano16Portland, OR
Student of Dr. Renato Fabbro  
Prokofiev, Piano Concerto No.1, Op.10  
Jong-A Isabelle Lee, cello16Seoul, South Korea
Student of Missa Kang  
Elgar, Cello Concerto E Minor, I Mvt.  
Joshua Zheng, cello16Wilton, CT
Student of Patrick Sohn  
Saint-Saens, Cello Concerto No. 1 Op. 33, III Mvt.  
Luke Chen, cello16Bellevue, WA
Student of Olga Ruvinov  
Elgar, Cello Concerto No. 1  
Noah Jung, clarinet16Hoffman Estates, IL
Student of Yehuda Gilad  
Mozart, Concerto  
Sidney Lee, viola16Arlington Heights, IL
Student of Roland Vamos  
Walton, Viola Concerto, I Mvt.  
Sonya Jin, violin16Plainsboro, NJ
Student of William Law  
Paganini, Violin Concerto No. 1 in D Major, I Mvt.  
William Huang, piano16Rancho Palos Verdes, CA
Student of Rufus Choi  
Rachmaninoff, Piano Concerto No. 2 in C Minor, Op. 18  
Annaliese Choi, flute17Riverwoods, IL
Student of Haymee Ann  
Mozart, Concerto No. 1, I Mvt.  
David Lee, violin17Pyeongtaek, South Korea
Student of Ham Ji Min and Samuel Park  
Mendelssohn, Violin Concerto in E minor, Opus 64, III Mvt.  
Eric Yun, violin17Okemos, MI
Student of I-Fu Wang  
Vieuxtemps, Concerto No. 5 in A Minor Opus 37, I Mvt.  
Grace Wang, piano17Andover, MA
Student of Dr. Jonathan Bass  
Mozart, Piano Concerto No. 21 in C Major, K 467, III Mvt.  
Hanson Xu, piano17Plano, TX
Student of Christina Long  
Prokofiev, Piano Concerto No. 3, III Mvt.  
Jared Weissberg, cello17Tustin, CA
Student of Esther Back  
Prokofiev, Sinfonia Concertante in E minor, Op. 125  
Joie Hua, violin17Los Altos, CA
Student of Imant Airea  
Mendelssohn, Violin Concerto No.2 in E minor, I Mvt.  
Ke Nicole Hu, piano17Concord, NH
Student of Victor Rosenbaum and Mila Filatova  
Chopin, Concerto No. 1 in E Minor  
Kyle Wang, violin17San Diego, CA
Student of Fei Fei Soong  
Tchaikovsky, Violin Concerto, III Mvt.  
Aryanna Holmes, violin18North Salt Lake, UT
Student of Eugene Watanabe  
Hindemith, Violin Concerto (1939), I Mvt.  
Martin Kot, accordion18Napajedla, Czech Republic
Student of Ladislav Horak  
Semionov, Ukrainian Dumka  
   
SECOND PLACE WINNERS
Derek Lee, piano13New York, NY
Student of Donna Weng Friedman  
Mozart, Piano Concerto No. 17, I Mvt.  
Allen Choi, violin14Northville, MI
Student of Mallory Tabb  
Bruch, Concerto No. 1 in G minor, Op. 26, I Mvt. and Kabalevsky, Concerto in C Major, II Mvt.
Cristina Baron, violin14Southampton, NY
Student of Dr. Emily Ondracek-Peterson and Dr. Erik Peterson  
Vivaldi, Concerto No. 1 in E Major, Op. 8 RV 269, I – III Mvts.  
Eric Koh, piano14Alameda, CA
Student of Heidi Hau  
Mozart, Piano Concerto No. 12 in A Major, K. 414 – I Mvt.  
Eric Lu, cello14Wilton, CT
Student of Patrick Sohn  
Saint-Saens, Cello Concerto No. 1 in A Minor  
Nina Yu, piano14Chandler, AZ
Student of Yali Luo  
Gershwin, Concerto for Piano and Orchestra in F, III Mvt.  
Yiya Hu, violin14Wading River, NY
Student of Byung Kook Kwak  
Lalo, Symphonie Espagnole in D Minor, Op. 21, I Mvt.  
Anabelle Chang, cello15Portland, OR
Student of Hyun-jin Kim  
Kabalevsky, Concerto No. 1 in G Minor, Op. 49  
Desiree Chen, piano15Boyds, MD
Student of Yao Lin  
Mozart, Piano Concerto No. 13 in C major, K. 415  
Ellie Lee, violin15San Diego, CA
Student of Michael Tseitlin and Irina Tseitlin  
Sibelius, Violin Concert in D minor, Op 47, I Mvt.  
Sooah Park, violin15Northbrook, IL
Student of Injoo Choi  
Wieniawski, Violin Concerto No. 2 in D Minor Op. 22, I Mvt.  
Amanda Tang, clarinet16Staten Island, NY
Weber, Concertino Op. 26  
Boyoung Min, viola16Chandler, AZ
Student of Susanne Rothaar  
Walton, Viola Concerto, III Mvt.  
Brian Yong, vioilin16Chandler, AZ
Student of Susanne Rothaar  
Barber, Concerto for Violin, Op.14, I Mvt.  
Chowon Bae, flute17Hoffman Estates, IL
Student of Haymee Ann  
Mozart, Concerto No. 1 in G Major  
David Zhang, piano16Sugar Land, TX
Student of Yanzi Lin  
Beethoven, Concerto No. 3, III Mvt.  
Juno Kim, A clarinet16Palo Alto, CA
Student of Hye Min Yun  
Mozart, Clarinet Concerto in A major, K 622, III Mvt.  
Michelle Yeoh, flute16San Diego, CA
Student of Vivian Bergova  
Mozart, Concerto In D Major, K. 314, II Mvt. (Edited by James Galway) 
Miles Chen, piano16Beaverton, OR
Student of Mauro Bertoli  
Chopin, Piano Concerto No. 2, I Mvt.  
Seungchan Min, violin16Chandler, AZ
Student of Min Park  
Tchaikovsky, Violin Concerto in D Major Op. 35, III Mvt.  
Tiffany Wan-Hei Chan, cello16Hong Kong
Student of Patrick Sohn  
Saint Saens, Cello Concerto No.1 in A Minor Op. 33, III Mvt.  
Daniel Chang, cello18Cupertino, CA
Student of Nancy Kim  
Elgar, Concerto, Allegro  
   
THIRD PLACE WINNERS
Vikram Vallabhanath, cello13Portland, OR
Student of Hyun-jin Kim  
Saint-Saens, Concerto No. 1 in A Minor  
Yale Xie, violin13Austin, TX
Student of Luna Chu  
Bruch, Violin Concerto No. 1  
Daniel Sim, trumpet14Fullerton, CA
Student of Matthew Kim  
Neruda, Trumpet Concerto in Eb Major, II Mvt.  
Lucas Tang, cello14Yarrow Point, WA
Student of Kai Chen  
Elgar, Cello Concerto Op. 85  
Zhen Tao, piano14Chandler, AZ
Student of Yali Luo  
Saint-Saens, Piano Concerto No. 2 in G minor, I Mvt.  
Dennis Xu, vocal15League City, TX
Student of Summer Song  
Mendelssohn, Is Not His Word Like a Fire?  
Stephen Gwon, piano15Cambridge, MA
Student of Dr. Younggyo Lee  
Grieg, Piano Concerto in A Minor, I Mvt.  
Audrey Wei, violin16Newton, MA
Student of Kyoko Horowitz  
Saint-Saens, Violin Concerto No. 3, I Mvt.  
Audwin Chang, violin16Clyde Hill, WA
Student of Cristian Neacsu  
Mozart, Concerto No.3 in G major K.216  
Crystal Tang, piano16Houston, TX
Student of Rodolfo Morales  
Beethoven, Concerto No. 3, C Minor, I Mvt., Op. 37  
   
HONORABLE MENTION
Anabelle Lin, piano13Taipei, Taiwan
Student of Mary Ko  
Mozart, Concerto No. 22, III Mvt.  
Cynthia Lin, piano14Taipei, Taiwan
Student of Mary Ko  
Bach, Concerto No.5 in F Minor, BWV 1056  
Shravani Venkatesh, Bb clarinet14Cupertino, CA
Student of Shay Salhov  
Stamitz, Clarinet Concerto No.3 in B flat Major, I Mvt.  
Kelvin Wang, violin15Austin, TX
Student of Luna Chu  
Kabalevsky, Violin Concerto in C Major, Op. 48  
Zhenjie (Jack) He, voice16Vancouver, Canada
Student of Janette Lim  
Handel, Leave Me Loathsome Light  
   
College students and professional musicians
NAMEAGECITY, STATE/COUNTRY
FIRST PLACE WINNERS
Jae-Hyun Ryoo, saxophone26IA City, IA
Student of Kenneth Tse  
Andre Waignein, Rhapsody  
Mathilde Handelsman, piano30Dover, NH
Student of John O’Conor and Menahem Pressler  
Roger Boutry, Variations on an Imaginary Theme  
   
SECOND PLACE WINNER
Jenny Yu, piano19West Linn, OR
Student of Renato Fabbro  
Ravel, Concerto in G major – I Mvt.  
   
THIRD PLACE WINNER
Pratchayakorn Yata, piano20Nakhon Pathom, Thailand
Student of Dr. Onpavee Nitisingkarin and Kankamol Kedsiri  
Mozart, Piano Concerto No21 K467  
   
Amateur Category:
SECOND PLACE WINNER
Jackson Leung, violin38Hong Kong
Bruch, Violin Concerto No.1 in G Minor, II Mvt  

Other applicants received Diploma of Participation

CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL WINNERS!

Upcoming Competitions:

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Competition of Romantic Music 2024

Deadline: October 10, 2024

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Woodwinds and Brass Competition 2024

Deadline: October 25, 2024

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Music Talent Competition Fall 2024

Deadline: November 3, 2024

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Piano and Strings Competition 2025

Deadline: January 20, 2025

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Concerto Competition 2025

Deadline: February 20, 2025