American Protege International Music Competitions at Carnegie Hall

International Music Talent Competition Fall 2011

The American Protégé International Music Talent Competition is open to all instrumentalists (piano, winds, strings, brass, traditional, etc.), vocalists and traditional folk and jazz groups of all nationalities and countries. Participants are required to submit video recording materials for the audition. American Protégé is looking for genuinely talented people, who have creativity and stage charisma.

We invite talented performers of any age and genre to participate in the Competition.

All applicants who are signed with the manager or producer must submit via email a General Representation and Release Form signed by the Manager/Producer to be eligible for the Competition.

Awards


 

First Place Winners performed on Sunday, December 18, 2011 at 1:30 PM at Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall in New York City

Special awards were granted based on the judges recommendations. Second Place and Honorable Mention winners performed at other New York City venues.

Judges


 

Three qualified judges evaluate audition materials. All judges are independent, their students are not allowed to apply this season.

International Music Talent Competition Fall 2011 Results:

First Prize Winners
 Name Age City/State/Country
   
Adrian Romoff, piano7Peachtree City, Georgia
Student of Olga Romoff and Anatoly Sheludyakov 
Dominic Pang, piano7Folsom, California
Student of Carol Chuang  
Joshua Lee, piano7Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts
Student of Margarita Kotlyarova  
Allison Jiang, piano8Needham, Massachusetts
Student of Margarita Kotlyarova  
Peter Lee, piano10Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts
Student of Margarita Kotlyarova  
Andrew Liu, flute:10Hong Kong
Student of Ms. Ivy Chuang  
Lynn Gong, piano10Guanacaste, Costa Rica
Student of Dr. Alexandr Sklioutovski  
Clara Nguyen, piano10Boynton Beach, Florida
Student of Irena Kofman and Heather Coltman 
Natasha Saputra, piano11Mason, Ohio
Student of Takako Hayase  
Augusta Campoli, voice12Richmond Hill, Canada
Student of David Dunbar  
Kaylah Pacquette, voice13Aurora, Canada
Student of Elaine Overholt  
Szuyu Su, piano13Tainan City, Taiwan
Student of Gwhyneth Chen  
Travis Chen, cello14Palo Alto, California
Student of Sieun Lin  
Xuelong Mu, piano15Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts
Student of Margarita Kotlyarova  
Albert Lee, violin15Palo Alto, California
Student of Davis Law  
Alexandria Manahan, piano17Piscataway, New Jersey
Student of Carmen C. Lugay  
Irene Alfaro, piano20San Jose, Costa Rica
Student of Dr. Alexandr Sklioutovski  
Cody Takacs, double bass21Ann Arbor, Michigan
Student of Diana Gannett  
Benedetta Orsi, voice28Bologna, Italy
Student of Fred Carama  
Yuyan Xu, guzheng (Chinese zither)29Shenzhen City, China
Student of Ningxin Rao  
Hyun Jung Kim, piano30Seoul, Korea
Student of Evelyne Brancart  
Winnie Wen, piano39Moehnesee, Germany
Student of AI Ping Kim  
Piano Duo / Four hands:  
Maria Jose Castillo Jacobo8San Jose, Costa Rica
Felipe Castillo Jacobo8San Jose, Costa Rica
Students of Valentina Tumanova  
Flute Duo:  
Bethanie Liu8Hong Kong
Andrew Liu10Hong Kong
Student of Ms. Ivy Chuang  
Duo “Nebu”:  
Irene Alfaro, piano20San Jose, Costa Rica
Carmen Alfaro, marimba30San Jose, Costa Rica
Students of Dr. Alexandr Sklioutovski  
Duo “SOU”:  
Batriz Abella, mezzo-soprano21Ashland Oregon
Amanda Light, soprano20Ashland Oregon
Students of Ellie Murray  
   
“One Trio”:  
Hye Ihn Choi, clarinet28Seoul, Korea
Sohyun park, violin29Seoul, Korea
Hyunjung Kim, piano30Seoul, Korea
Students of James Campbell  

Other participants will be notified of their standing via email.

CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL WINNERS!

Upcoming Competitions:

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Music Talent Competition Spring 2024

Deadline: April 5, 2024

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Deadline: June 10, 2024

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Deadline: October 10, 2024

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Deadline: October 25, 2024