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  • Johannes Brahms Competition 2016 - Poertschach, Austria
    July 1 Online registration 2016 January 25 2016 The 2016 competition programme is available What s new Voice The voice lied competition is back again Piano There is no piano competition in 2016 The piano competition will be back in 2017 Online registration starts in a few weeks Go here for more 2016 Rules and regulations March 5 2015 Congratulations To Our Prize Winners Singer Hagar SHARVIT first prize winner at the 19th International Johannes Brahms Competition 2012 and her pianist Ammiel BUSHAKEVITZ best piano accompanist at the 19th International Johannes Brahms Competition 2012 won the first prize the pianist prize and the public award in Das Lied International Song Competition at Berlin Violinist Jan Mráček first prize winner and winner of the prize of the audience with the Lobkowicz Trio chamber music ensemble at the 21st International Johannes Brahms Competition 2014 won the first prize and Emmanuel TJEKNAVORIAN second prize winner at the 18th International Johannes Brahms Competition 2011 won the third prize at the VIII International Fritz Kreisler Competition Vienna Visit our our Facebook page A Step by Step Guide to the Competition Read about what s special at the Johannes Brahms Competition Pörtschach Get to know our

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  • Johannes Brahms Competition 2016 - Poertschach, Austria
    July 1 Online registration 2016 January 25 2016 The 2016 competition programme is available What s new Voice The voice lied competition is back again Piano There is no piano competition in 2016 The piano competition will be back in 2017 Online registration starts in a few weeks Go here for more 2016 Rules and regulations March 5 2015 Congratulations To Our Prize Winners Singer Hagar SHARVIT first prize winner at the 19th International Johannes Brahms Competition 2012 and her pianist Ammiel BUSHAKEVITZ best piano accompanist at the 19th International Johannes Brahms Competition 2012 won the first prize the pianist prize and the public award in Das Lied International Song Competition at Berlin Violinist Jan Mráček first prize winner and winner of the prize of the audience with the Lobkowicz Trio chamber music ensemble at the 21st International Johannes Brahms Competition 2014 won the first prize and Emmanuel TJEKNAVORIAN second prize winner at the 18th International Johannes Brahms Competition 2011 won the third prize at the VIII International Fritz Kreisler Competition Vienna Visit our our Facebook page A Step by Step Guide to the Competition Read about what s special at the Johannes Brahms Competition Pörtschach Get to know our

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  • Johannes Brahms Competition 2016 - Poertschach, Austria
    Assessment 7 Miscellaneous auf deutsch Competition Regulations The complete 2016 competition rules and regulations are available here Please choose from the sections on the left Carefully study the competition rules before applying Please note The rules have been changed from

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  • Johannes Brahms Competition 2016 - Poertschach, Austria
    own accompanist All accompanists provided by the Johannes Brahms Society are free of charge to the participants If you are taking part with a chamber music ensemble and also in a solo section the registration fee for the solo section is Euro 80 reduced price If you have payed the 2015 registration fee but did not participate in the 2015 competition there is a reduced fee of Euro 80 for

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  • Johannes Brahms Competition 2016 - Poertschach, Austria
    by clicking on office in the column to your left In case you have difficulities accessing information contained within this website or would like to report an error please contact our webmaster Click on webmaster in the blue column to

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  • Johannes Brahms Competition 2016 - Poertschach, Austria
    Without participating in the final concert no prize can be awarded There is no age limit for the participants Pianists string players singers and chamber musicians from any country who have reached international competition standard are welcome All performances shall be open to the public Furthermore the jury assessment shall be made public and each adjucator shall submit his evaluation with his name immediately after each competitor s performance showing

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  • Johannes Brahms Competition 2016 - Poertschach, Austria
    Piotr Mazurek cello all from Poland Project N A Alisa Kupriyova piano Russia Nikita Budnetsky violin Belarus Selhofer Haller Raphaela Selhofer piano Austria Josef Haller piano Italy Trinity trio Inah Kim piano Yoon Kyung Kim violin Jung Eun Kim cello all from New Zealand Prize winners 1st Project N A Alisa Kupriyova piano Russia Nikita Budnetsky violin Belarus Prize given by State of Carinthia 2nd Duo Baltinati Lura Johnson piano Ilya Finkelshteyn cello both from the USA Prize given by State of Carinthia 3rd Duo Sonoro Valeriia Shulga piano Andrii Pavlov violin both from Ukraine VIOLIN 1st round 87 artists 2nd round 17 artists The following have reached the semifinal in alphabetical order Fuki Fujie b 1990 Japan André Gaio Pereira b 1994 Portugal Tomohiro Ishii b 1994 Japan Aleksandra Kuls b 1991 Poland Lara Kusztrich b 1994 Austria Aleksandra Kwiatkowska b 1991 Poland Jiwon Lim b 1991 South Korea Daichi Nakamura b 1990 Japan Eunsley Park b 1990 United Kingdom Matouš P ruška b 1992 Czech Republic Alfredo Reyes Logounova b 1991 Mexico Johanna Röhrig b 1993 Germany Lisa Maria Sekine b 1996 Austria Cosima Soulez Lariviere b 1996 The Netherlands France Cheuk Nam Tse b 1995 Hong Kong Gi Yeon Yoon b 1991 South Korea Martin Zayranov b 1999 Bulgaria 3rd round 3 artists The following have reached the final in alphabetical order Daichi Nakamura b 1990 Japan Matouš P ruška b 1992 Czech Republic Cosima Soulez Lariviere b 1996 The Netherlands France Prize winners 1st Cosima Soulez Lariviere b 1996 The Netherlands France Prize given by Casino Velden 2nd Matouš P ruška b 1992 Czech Republic Prize given by Rotary Klagenfurt Wörthersee 3rd Daichi Nakamura b 1990 Japan VIOLA 1st round 35 artists 2nd round 16 artists The following have reached the semifinal in alphabetical order Yibo Cao b 1996 China Leos Cerny b 1987 Czech Republic Soyoung Cho b 1998 South Korea Elena Dypkeeva b 1988 Russia Zunyi Fan b 1998 China Mengzhen Li b 1994 China Shuchen Liu b 1995 China Alexander McFarlane b 1995 New Zealand Valentyna Pryshlyak b 1988 Ukraine Ian Psegodschi b 1990 Moldova Matthias Schnorbusch b 1988 Germany Andjela Sibinovic b 1996 Serbia Rui Song b 1994 China Mingyue Yu b 2000 China Wadim Zarych b 1985 Poland Qiyun Zhao b 1990 China 3rd round 8 artists The following have reached the final in alphabetical order Yibo Cao b 1996 China Leos Cerny b 1987 Czech Republic Elena Dypkeeva b 1988 Russia Alexander McFarlane b 1995 New Zealand Valentyna Pryshlyak b 1988 Ukraine Matthias Schnorbusch b 1988 Germany Mingyue Yu b 2000 China Wadim Zarych b 1985 Poland Prize winners 1st The jury decided not to award a first prize The opinion of the viola jury was that this year s level was not as high as it was in past years when the results of the top candidates were unanimously and undisputedly seen as extraordinary and worthy first prizes 2nd Mingyue Yu b 2000 China Prize given by State of

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  • Johannes Brahms Competition 2016 - Poertschach, Austria
    of those who register come from Austria So what makes our Brahms competition so appealing to musicians the world over A difference between the Pörtschach event and those elsewhere is the transparency in the marking Rather than using a committee that is out of sight our jurors each have to give their marks immediately after the performance and in full view of the audience This helps the understanding of both competitor and spectator and also eliminates the unnecessary wait for the results that mars other events Furthermore it offers the chance for the audience to compare their judgments with the artistic and technical merit scores announced Our format may strike you as unusual but this way of marking has shown itself to be much appreciated by our entrants who see that each juror cannot influence his or her colleagues The musicians are entitled to discuss their marks with individual jurors should they wish to The competition in each discipline comprises three rounds In the first round musicians must perform pieces from a given list The emphasis is on demonstrating a mastery of the instrument in question As this stage serves to reduce the field of candidates to a manageable number

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