American Protege International Music Competitions at Carnegie Hall

International Music Talent Competition Fall 2012

The American Protégé International Competition of Romantic Music is open to instrumentalists (piano, piano duo, winds, strings, chamber orchestras, voice) of all nationalities and countries. Participants are required to submit video/audio recording materials for the audition.

American Protégé International Competition of Romantic Music 2014 attracted applicants from across the United States, Canada, Mexico, Costa Rica, Italy, Bulgaria, Russia, Korea, China, Singapore, Thailand and Australia.


 

Awards


 

First and Second Place Winners performed on

Saturday, November 24, 2012 (Thanksgivings Weekend) at 11:30 AM at Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall

Sunday, March 3, 2013 at 11:30 AM at Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall in New York City.

Judges


 

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

Music Talent Competition Fall 2012 Results:

Winners by Age:

$300 Scholarship, Judges’ Favorite Award and First Place Winner:
Rujia Teng, guzheng16Rockville, MD
Student of Bing Xia  
   
Judges’ Distinction Award and First Place Winners:
JiaXu Chang, piano13Vancouver, Canada
Student of Fafan Xiao  
Justin Yew, piano17La Canada, CA
Student of Kevin FitzGerald  
   
Piano and Marimba Duo:  
María Quirós, piano21Alajuela, Costa Rica
Student of Dr. Alexandr Sklioutovski and Dr. Luis Monge
Luis Chavarría, marimba23Heredia, Costa Rica
Student of Dr. Alexandr Sklioutovski and Juanmanuel López
 
First Place Winners
Anna Tan, violin5Singapore
Student of Clara Tan  
Elizabeth Russell, recorder5Singapore
Student of Larisa Tupitsina  
Pazel Lim, flute6Singapore
Student of Larisa Tupitsina  
Dominic Pang, piano8Folsom, CA
Student of Dr. William Wellborn and Catherina Wong  
Rayna Aden De Guzman, flute8Singapore
Student of Larisa Tupitsina  
Yihsuan Chao9Taichung City, Taiwan
Student of Jessie Huang and John Vaughan  
Pung Rae Yue, piano9Singapore
Student of Albert Tiu  
Roger Xia, piano10Elk Grove
Student of Natsuki Fukasawa  
Shyer Wern Goh, flute11Singapore
Student of Larisa Tupitsina  
Cynthia Soto, piano11San Jose, Costa Rica
Student of Dr. Alexandr Sklioutovski  
Kevin Su, piano12Boyds, MD
Student of Dr. Marjorie Lee  
Justin Koga, cello14Irvine, CA
Student of Sarah Koo  
Yuchun Cheng, viola14Tainan City, Taiwan
Student of Tomizawa Naoko  
Trisha Doo, cello15Surrey, Canada
Student of Fafan Xiao  
Xuelong Mu, Piano16Chestnut Hill, MA
Student of Margarita Kotlyarova  
Andrew Chan, piano16Palo Alto, CA
Student of Lena Grozman  
Timothy Huang, French horn17Great Neck, NY
Student of Sharon Moe  
Claudia See, clarinet17San Diego, CA
Student of Vladimir Goltsman  
Sheila Houlahan, voice21Bellevue, WA
Student of Neil Semer and Erich Parce  
Liana Paniyeva, piano27Hartford, CT
Student of Phillip Kawin  
Andrea Fan, piano29Berlin, Germany
Student of Prof. Hamish Milne   
   
Second Place Winners
Mia Soto, piano5Liberia, Costa Rica
Student of Valentina Tumanova  
Patricia Zhuge, piano6San Jose, CA
Student of Qi Kai and Yu Na  
Piano Duo: San Jose, Costa Rica
Danny Shih Gould, piano6 
Annie Shih Gould, piano8 
Students of Valentina Tumanova  
Dhyana Srinivasan, flute8Singapore
Student of Larisa Tupitsina  
Ana Laura Sanchez Retana, piano10San Jose, Costa Rica
Student of Dr. Alexandr Sklioutovski  
Clea Cristobal, flute13Singapore
Student of Larisa Tupitsina  
Nina Yang, piano15Alpharetta, GA
Student of Raisa Isaacs  
Emma Lee, cello13Tustin, CA
Student of Sarah Koo  

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