REWARDS 2019

 

- 16 Nov 2019 -

 

Kenji MIURA - 1st Grand Prix Marguerite Long - Académie des Beaux-Arts

Keigo MUKAWA - 2nd Grand Prix

Zhora SARGSYAN - 3rd Grand Prix - City of Nîmes

Jean-Baptiste DOULCET - 4th Prize - Competition's Friends

Alexandra STYCHKINA - 5th Prize Albert Roussel

Clément LEFEBVRE - 6th Prize

Special Prizes

Kenji Miura 

  • H.R.H Prince of Monaco Prize for the best concerto interpretation
  • Harrison Parrott Prize
  • Warner Classics Prize

Jean-Baptiste Doulcet

  • Public Prize offered by the Rotary Club France

Audience Prize



You can vote for your favorite candidate by following this link 

You can vote until Saturday, 16 November, thirty minutes after the last passage of the candidate n° 6.

The audience award is offered by the Rotary Club of Paris. 

Finalists of the 2019 Piano Competition

Semi-finalists of the competition !!

 

- 9th November -

 

Monday 11 November - 4:00 pm

  • Jean-Paul GASPARIAN
  • Anna GENIUSHENE
  • Wei-Ting HSIEH 

Monday 11 November - 7:00 pm

  • Clément LEFEBVRE
  • Kenji MIURA
  • Keigo MUKAWA 

Tuesday 12 November - 11:00 am

  • Kazuya SAITO
  • Zhora SARGSYAN
  • Alexandra STYCHKINA 

Tuesday 12 November - 2:30 pm

  • Yiheng WANG
  • Kyubin CHUNG
  • Jean-Baptiste DOULCET

Order of passage for the qualifying round

 

Friday 8th November 


10:30 am

Yui FUSHIKI - 28 ans - Japon
Jodyline GALLAVARDIN - 27 ans - France
Jean-Paul GASPARIAN - 23 ans - France
Anna GENIUSHENE - 29 ans - Russie 
Knut HANSSEN- 27 ans - Allemagne
Philippe HATTAT - 26 ans - France
Wei-Ting HSIEH - 22 ans - Taïwan


2:30 pm

Yinghua HUANG - 27 ans - Chine
Pavle KRSTIC - 21 ans - Serbie
Krzysztof KSIAZEK - 27 ans Pologne 
Ingmar LAZAR - 26 ans - France 
Hyuk LEE - 19 ans - Corée 
Saebeom LEE - 23 ans - Corée
Clément LEFEBVRE - 30 ans - France
Rodolphe MENGUY - 22 ans - France


6:30 pm

Kenji MIURA - 26 ans - Japon
Keigo MUKAWA - 26 ans - Japon
Yoshimi NAKAMURA - 26 ans - Japon 
Shotaro NISHIMURA - 27 ans Japon
Alexander PANFILOV - 30 ans - Russie
Elisabeth PION - 23 ans - Canada
Kazuya SAITO - 29 ans - Japon

 

Saturday 9th November


10:00 am

Zhora SARGSYAN - 25 ans - Arménie
Aristo SHAM - 23 ans - Hong Kong
Alexandra STYCHKINA - 15 ans - Russie
Youl SUN - 19 ans - Corée
Ryutaro SUZUKI - 29 ans - Japon
Tsubasa TATSUNO - 27 ans - Japon
Yurina TETSU - 26 ans - Japon


2:00 pm

Gaspard THOMAS - 22 ans - France
Axel TROLESE - 22 ans - Italie
Elizaveta UKRAINSKAIA - 23 ans - Allemagne
Yiheng WANG - 23 ans - Chine
Ryota YAMAZAKI - 21 ans - Japon
Orlando BASS - 25 ans - France
Samuel BISMUT - 22 ans - France
Kyuho HAN - 27 ans - Corée


6:00 pm

Florian CAROUBI - 30 ans - France
Vivianne CHENG - 29 ans - Etats-Unis 
Kyubin CHUNG - 22 ans - France
Hanbin CHYUNG - 29 ans - Corée
Tatiana DOROKHOVA - 28 ans - Russie
Jean-Baptiste DOULCET - 27 ans - France

Draw - Thursday 7th November

 

- 6th November 2019 - 

This Thursday 7th November 2019, the candidates are welcomed in the Salle Cortot. This first day is an opportunity to meet the team, try for a few minutes the piano of the competition and proceed to the draw. This determines the order of passage of the candidates for all the rounds.

As soon as this stage is carried out in the presence of all the candidates, the convocations of each one of them is prepared for the first round.

This first rounds takes place over two days:

  • Friday 8th November at 10:30, 14:30 and 18:30.
  • Saturday 9th November at 10:00, 14:00 and 18:00.

At the end of the day, following the deliberations, the names of the twelve semi-finalists will be announced.

Some info from Bertrand Chamayou about the program !

 

- 6th November 2019 -

Two days before the start of this new edition of the competition, we drew some lines from the editorial of our artistic director Bertrand Chamayou about the choice of the competition program !

It is a true honor for me to be the artistic director of this prestigious competition, which I have won in the past, and I am grateful to my fellow jury members for joining me as well as Martha Argerich in this exciting adventure. All are accomplished artists whom I greatly admire and respect. 

The program has been specifically designed to give candidates a wide spectrum of choice in which they can express their own artistic identity. In addition to a few compulsory pieces required to structure their progress within the competition, a list of French pieces has been proposed to the candidates as a tribute to our country’s music and to disseminate Marguerite Long’s compelling repertoire beyond our borders.

Bertrand Chamayou
Artistic director 

 

Competition program : http://www.long-thibaud-crespin.org/concours/piano-2019.html#c483