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MP3-1967900 St. Petersburg Gala, XVI International Tchaikovsky Competition, 29.06.2019

MP3-1967900 St. Petersburg Gala, XVI International Tchaikovsky Competition, 29.06.2019
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MP3-1967900 St. Petersburg Gala, XVI International Tchaikovsky Competition, 29.06.2019

Winners 2019:

Voice Category Women: First Prize and Gold Medal: Maria Barakova (Russia) Second Prize and Silver Medal: Aigul Khismatullina (Russia) Third Prize and Bronze Medal: Maria Motolygina (Russia) Fourth Prize and Diploma: Angelina Akhmedova (Uzbekistan) and Oksana Mayorova (Russia)

Men: First Prize and Gold Medal: Alexandros Stavrakakis (Greece) Second Prize and Silver Medal: Gihoon Kim (Republic of Korea) Third Prize and Bronze Medal: Migran Agadjanyan (Russia) Fourth Prize and Diploma: Ankhbayar Enkhbold (Mongolia) A vocal prize in memory of Dmitri Hvorostovsky – Vladislav Kupriyanov

59 contestants have attended the auditions in the Cello category, taking place from June to 27, 2019 in the Mussorgsky Hall at the New Stage of the Mariinsky Theatre. The jury consisted of: Sarah Billinghurst Solomon(Jury Chair), Eva Wagner-Pasquier, Evamaria Wieser, Edita Gruberova, Susan Graham, Charles MacKay, Mikhail Petrenko, Matti Salminen, Jonathan Friend, Ferruccio Furlanetto, Albina Shagimuratova, Neil Shicoff.

Woodwinds Category: First Prize and Gold Medal: Matvey Demin (Russia, flute) Second Prize and Silver Medal: Joidy Scarlet Blanco Lewis (Venezuela, flute) Third Prize and Bronze Medal: Alessandro Beverari (Italy, clarinet) Fourth Prize and Diploma: Lola Descours (France, bassoon) Fifth Prize and Diploma: Nikita Vaganov (Russia, clarinet): Juri Florian Alexander Vallentin (Germany, oboe) Sixth Prize and Diploma: Juri Florian Alexander Vallentin (Germany, oboe) Seventh Prize: Lívia Duleba (Hungary, flute) Eighth Prize: Sofiya Viland (Russia, flute) 48 contestants have attended the auditions in the Woodwinds category, taking place from June 19 to 27, 2019 in the Repino Concert Hall

Brass Category First Prize and Gold Medal: Yun Zeng (China, french horn) and Aleksey Lobikov (Russia, trombone) Second Prize and Silver Medal: Fedor Shagov (Russia, tuba) Third Prize and Bronze Medal: Felix Camille Jean Dervaux (France, french horn) Fourth Prize and Diploma: Henrique dos Santos Costav (Portugal, tuba) Fifth Prize and Diploma: Ansel Owen Norris (USA, trumpet) Sixth Prize and Diploma: Peter Steiner (Italy, trombone) Seventh Prize and Diploma: Hae-ReeYoo (The Republic of Korea, french horn) Eighth Proze and Diploma: Zhasulan Abdykalykov (Kazakhstan, trumpet) 46 contestants have attended the auditions in the Brass category, taking place from June 22 to 27, 2019

Piano Category First Prize and Gold Medal: Alexandre Kantorow (France) Second Prize and Silver Medal: Dmitriy Shishkin (Russia) and Mao Fujita (Japan) Third Prize and Bronze Medal: Alexey Melnikov (Russia), Kenneth Broberg (USA), Konstantin Yemelyanov (Russia) Fourth Prize and Diploma: Tianxu An (China) Fifth Prize is not awarded Sixth Prize is not awarded Special Prize for courage and restraint – Tianxu An (China) 25 contestants have attended the auditions in the Piano category, taking place from June 18 to 27, 2019 in the Great Hall of the Moscow State Tchaikovsky Conservatory. The jury consisted of: Denis Matsuev (Jury Chair), Michel Béroff, Pavel Gililov, Barry Douglas, Freddy Kempf, Li Ming Qiang, Vladimir Ovchinnikov, Piotr Paleczny, Boris Petrushansky, Menahem Pressler, Nelson Freire.

Violin Category First Prize and Gold Medal: Sergey Dogadin (Russia) Second Prize and Silver Medal: Marc Bouchkov (Belgium) Third Prize and Bronze Medal: Donghyun Kim (Korea) Fourth Prize and Diploma: Aylen Pritchin (Russia) and Mayumi Kanagawa (USA) Fifth Prize – was not awarded Sixth Prize and Diploma: Milan Al-Ashhab (Czech Republic) 23 contestants have attended the auditions in the Violin category, taking place from June 18 to 27, 2019 in the Small Hall of the Moscow State Tchaikovsky Conservatory. The jury consisted of: Martin Engstroem (Jury Chair), Salvatore Accardo, Kristóf Baráti, Mikhail Kopelman, Sergej Krylov, Boris Kuschnir, Elmar Oliveira, Dmitry Sitkovetsky, Akiko Suwanai, Viktor Tretiakov, Michael Haefliger, Aleksey Shalashov.

Cello Category First Prize and Gold Medal: Zlatomir Fung (USA) Second Prize and Silver Medal: Santiago Cańón-Valencia (Colombia) Third Prize and Bronze Medal: Anastasia Kobekina (Russia) Fourth Prize and Diploma: Taeguk Mun (Republic of Korea) Fifth Prize and Diploma: Yibai Chen (China) Sixth Prize and Diploma: Senja Elina Rummukainen (Finland) 25 contestants have attended the auditions in the Cello category, taking place from June 18 to 27, 2019 in the D.D. Shostakovich St.Petersburg Academic Philharmonia. The jury consisted of: Sir Clive Gillinson (Jury Chair), Mario Brunello, Jian Wang, István Várdai, Karine Georgian, Ralph Kirshbaum, Mischa Maisky, Daniel Müller-Schott, Truls Mřrk, Sergei Roldugin, Jan Vogler, Tsuyoshi Tsutsumi, Myung-Wha Chung.

Online public's choice prize: Santiago Cańón-Valencia (cello, Colombia)

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