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XIII International F. Chopin Competition 2020


The Concert of laureates in Concert Hall Estonia (Tallinn) 

Klassikaraadio

 


16.02.2020

Results of Chopin Piano Competition 2020

Grand-Prix
Zeynalova, Leyla (Azerbaijan)

Gran-Prix Diploma
Award from Polish Ministry of Culture and National Heritage: visit Chopin's places
Prize "Eesti Kontsert"
Prize of Estonian Radio (ERR)
EMCY diploma
Prize money

 

I age group

Laureate of the First Prize
Pirogovas, Pijus (Lithuania)
Laureate's Diploma
Award from the Fryderyk Chopin Institute: trip to Poland
Prize money

Laureate of the Second Prize
Cherkasova, Polina (Russia)
Laureate's Diploma
Prize money

Laureate of the Second Prize
Szymula, Franciszek Leszek (Poland)
Laureate's Diploma
Prize money

Laureate of the Third Prize
Posikera, Aleksandr (Russia)
Laureate's Diploma
Prize money

Diplomas:
Kontchits, Yaroslav (Belarus)
Amiraslanova, Shirin (Azerbaijan)

Special diplomas:
“The best performer of his own country”
Kontchits, Yaroslav (Belarus)

“Promising young performer”
Tereshchenko, Maksim (Russia)

“Participant of the second round”
Dorosh, Sofiia (Ukraine)
Demirel, Aamira Alika Melek (Finland)

 

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II age group

Laureate of the First Prize
Sejbuk, Zuzanna Lucja (Poland)
Laureate's Diploma
Prize money from Estonian Ministry of Culture
Special program in Poland from the Fryderyk Chopin Institute


Laureate of the Third Prize
Petrov, Igor (Russia)
Laureate's Diploma
Prize money

Laureate of the Third Prize
Shchukina, Anna (Russia)
Laureate's Diploma
Prize money

Diploma:
Kadushkina, Alisa (Russia)

Special diploma:
“The best performer of J.S.Bach`s work”
Sejbuk, Zuzanna

 

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III age group

Laureate of the Second Prize
Wiercinski, Krzysztof (Poland)
Laureate's Diploma
Prize money

Laureate of the Third Prize
Liiv, Tähe-Lee (Estonia)
Laureate's Diploma
Award from Embassy of Poland in Estonia: trip to Warsaw
Prize money

Laureate of the Third Prize
Huang, Yi-Chung (Germany)
Laureate's Diploma
Award from the Fryderyk Chopin Institute: trip to Poland
Prize money

Diploma:
Nordlund, Kiia Aurora (Finland)

Special diplomas:
"The best performer of F.Chopin`s work»
Zeynalova, Leyla

 

 "For artistry and inspiration"
Wiercinski, Krzysztof

Diplomas:
“Participant of the second round”
Abduramanov Eldar (Russia)
Nasybullina Aelita (Russia)
Kolyvaenko Timofei (Russia)

 

All laureates were awarded compilation albums by F. Chopin from the Foundation for the National Edition of the Works of Fryderyk Chopin and PWM edition. 

 


14.02.2020

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13.02.2020

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12.02.2020

Chopin Competition results of II round:

III round III age group

2. Liiv Tähe-Lee  (Estonia)

6. Nordlund Kiia Aurora  (Finland)

9. Zeynalova Leyla  (Aserbaid┼żan)

10. Huang Yi-Chung  (Germany)

15. Wiercinski Krzysztof (Poland)

 


12.02.2020

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11.02.2020

Chopin Competition results of I round:

II round II age group

1. Petrov Igor (Russia)

2. Shchukina Anna (Russia)

3. Sejbuk Zuzanna Lucja (Poland)

4. Kadushkina Alisa (Russia)
 

 

11.02.2020

Chopin Competition results of I round:

II round I age group

2. Dorosh Sofiia (Ukraine)

3. Pirogovas Pijus (Lithuania)

4. Kontchits Yaroslav (Belarus)

7. Cherkasova Polina (Russia)

9. Szymula Franciszek Leszek (Poland)

10. Amiraslanova Shirin (Azerbaijan)

11. Tereshchenko Maksim (Russia)

12. Demirel Aamira Alika Melek (Finland)

13. Posikera Aleksandr (Russia) 

 


11.02.2020

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10.02.2020

Chopin Competition results of I round:

II round III age group

1. Abduramanov Eldar  (Russia)

2. Liiv Tähe-Lee  (Estonia)

4. Nasybullina Aelita  (Russia)

6. Nordlund Kiia Aurora  (Finland)

8. Alakmeh Aron  (Switzerland)

9. Zeynalova Leyla  (Aserbaid┼żan)

10. Huang Yi-Chung  (Germany)

14. Kolyvaenko Timofei (Russia)

15. Wiercinski Krzysztof (Poland)

 


10.02.2020

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10.02.2020

Participants of Chopin Competition

I age group (up to 12 aged)

1. Tomina Hanna
2. Dorosh Sofiia
3. Pirogovas Pijus
4. Kontchits Yaroslav
5. Walczak Kornelia Laura
6. Shafar Tali
7. Cherkasova Polina
8. Natriashvili Bagrat
9. Szymula Franciszek Leszek
10. Amiraslanova Shirin
11. Tereshchenko Maksim
12. Demirel Aamira Alika Melek
13. Posikera Aleksandr

 

II age group  (13 – 15 aged)

1. Petrov Igor
2. Shchukina Anna
3. Sejbuk Zuzanna Lucja
4. Kadushkina Alisa
5. Szwabe Sonia Zofia
6. Litovinskaia Aksinia
7. Ulianova Polina

 

III age group (16 – 18 aged)

1. Abduramanov Eldar
2. Liiv Tähe-Lee
3. Kravtcova Daria
4. Nasybullina Aelita
5. Sysoeva Anna
6. Nordlund Kiia Aurora
7. Artemenko Maksym
8. Alakmeh Aron
9. Zeynalova Leyla
10. Huang Yi-Chung
11. Perzanowska-Moskwik Zuzanna Maria
12. Simonova Margarita
13. Mats Yuliia
14. Kolyvaenko Timofei
15. Wiercinski Krzysztof 


Message from the EMCY President. 

This year is the 13th edition of the International Competition of Young Pianists dedicated to the Work of ‘Fryderyk Chopin’. Founded in 1997, it has become a well-established international competition. 41 young musicians from all over Europe and Asia were admitted to take part in the competition, in three different age groups. They will present themselves before an international jury in the final rounds that will be held in February. Music competitions are much more than measuring your talents against other young musicians, it is an opportunity to develop personally and musically. It is often a first step to performing in public. Competitions offer an opportunity to exchange with other young musicians with the universal language of music, an aspect important in the world of today where communication should be intensified on a personal and human level. We would like encourage all the participants to strive for their best and wish them good luck! For 50 years, since its foundation, EMCY stands for musical excellence, promoting the youth and European cooperation. One prize winner of the International F. Chopin Competition will receive the EMCY Prize that consists of an online profile on www.emcy.org and the chance to be promoted in international projects. We would like to thank the organisers of the competition, the Narva Municipality, for their investment in the young musical talents of tomorrow, establishing such a high calibre competition that is an asset to the European Union of Music Competitions for Youth (EMCY) network. We wish everyone a musically rewarding competition!

 

Paul Scholer
President European Union of Music Competitions for Youth
www.emcy.org