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Competitions 2012: (CZ) Prague Spring International Harpsichord Competition (7-15 may 2012)

Contributed by Admin on Feb 01, 2012

Location: Pražské jaro, o. p. s., Hellichova 18, 118 00 Praha 1

“Every year since 1947, the Prague Spring International Music Competition has helped young artists on the threshold of their careers.

The 64th Prague Spring International Music Competition, a member of the World Federation of International Music Competitions in Geneva, will be held from 7 to 15 May 2012 in Prague for the instrumentals Harpsichord and Cello. …“
   

Candidates Accepted for the First Round

Adamczyk Barbara Poland
Bianchi Federica Italy
Brodin Jerome France
Domagalska-Kałuża Patrycja Rozalia Poland
Drozen Natalia Poland
Fábri Flóra Hungary
Fehér Nóra Hungary
Gaggini Marco Italy
Gandilyan Sofya Russia
Heibl Anna Hungary
Hroch Martin Czech Republic
Imanishi Yasuhiko Japan
Jeong Yeon-Jeong Republic of Korea
Kamishiraishi Mayuko Japan
Kang Jung Sun Republic of Korea
Kovács Margit Hungary
Kubik Daria Poland
Kudishina Anastasia Russia
Kuznetsova Yulia Russia
Lee Han-na Republic of Korea
McNabney Mélisande Canada
Nepomnyashchaya Alexandra Russia
Ogawa Sonoka Japan
Orzaiz Eloy Spain
Paclová Jarmila Czech Republic
Podgayskaya Lyubov Russia
Rondeau Jean France
Semenova Ksenia Russia
Shabashova Maria Russia
Skalická Štěpánka Czech Republic
Smaglyuk Emiliya Russia
Szentes Anna Hungary
Szonda Fanni Hungary
Titarenko Liubov Ukraine
Váradi Helga Hungary
Waldaufová Marie Czech Republic
Wrona Jakub Poland
Yamamoto Yoko Japan
Zheltikova Olga Russia
Zhukova Olena Ukraine
Žďárská Petra Czech Republic
                                                                                    

Cembalo Harpsichord Competition Dates

1st round: 8-9 May
2nd round: 11 May
Martinů Hall, Prague Academy of Music
Final round: 13 May
Prize-giving ceremony for the winners: 15 May
Old Town Hall, Brožík Hall

Visit the “Prague Spring International Harpsichord Competition” website for more information and updates. (Congratulations to all of the participants -- Marc Paré, Editor)