Who won the Chopin piano competition in 2015?

February 26, 2020 Off By idswater

Who won the Chopin piano competition in 2015?

Seong-Jin Cho
XVII International Chopin Piano Competition

The Seventeenth International Fryderyk Chopin Piano Competition
Date April 13–24, 2015 (preliminary round) October 1–23, 2015 (main stage)
Venue National Philharmonic, Warsaw
Hosted by Fryderyk Chopin Institute
Winner Seong-Jin Cho

Who won the 17th Chopin Competition?

Congratulations to Seong-Jin Cho, First Prize-Winner of the 17th International Fryderyk Chopin Piano Competition, and to all the laureates!

How old was Seong-Jin Cho when he won the Chopin Competition?

Cho captured the hearts of his countrymen when he debuted his talents for local audiences at age 11. Three years later he won the Sixth Moscow International F. Chopin Competition for Young Pianists.

How does the Chopin competition work?

The work of the young pianists is of a high artistic level and the winners receive money awards. The winners of the first prizes also play with the Lithuanian Chamber Orchestra. This competition is accompanied by seminars on the interpretation of piano music by Polish composers.

How do I get tickets for Chopin Competition?

Tickets will be available for purchase via the website bilety.nifc.pl or at the ticket offices of the Fryderyk Chopin Museum (open Tuesdays to Sundays 12noon-7pm).

Who is canteen pianist?

Hayato Sumino
Hayato Sumino, known professionally as Cateen, is a 25-year-old Japanese classical pianist. Cateen started playing the piano aged three and has since garnered multiple awards, including a Gold Prize at the Chopin International Piano Competition in Asia in 2017.

Where does Seong-Jin Cho live?

In 2012 he moved to Paris to study with Michel Béroff at the Paris Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique, from which he graduated in 2015. He is now based in Berlin.

Who taught Seong-Jin Cho?

He began playing the piano at a young age and gave his first public recital when he was 12 years old. He graduated from Seoul Arts High School. He was taught by Prof. Park Sook-ryeon and Professor Shin Soo-jung and studied at the Conservatoire de Paris as a student of Michel Béroff.

How many rounds are in the Chopin Competition?

Fryderyka Chopina), often referred to as the Chopin Competition, is a piano competition held in Warsaw, Poland. It was initiated in 1927 and has been held every five years since 1955….International Chopin Piano Competition.

International Fryderyk Chopin Piano Competition
Presented by Fryderyk Chopin Institute
First awarded 1927
Website konkursy.nifc.pl/en

What it means Canteen?

1 : a store (as in a camp or factory) in which food, drinks, and small supplies are sold. 2 : a place of recreation and entertainment for people in military service. 3 : a small container for carrying water or another liquid a hiker’s canteen.

Who was the winner of the International Chopin Piano Competition?

Anastasia Zorina Calendar for The International Chopin Piano Competition 2015 SEONG-JIN CHO WON THE 17TH CHOPIN COMPETITION The 17th International Fryderyk Chopin Piano Competition – Jurors “South Korean Seong-Jin Cho wins Chopin piano competition”. “South Korean Seong-Jin Cho Wins Chopin Piano Competition”.

Who was the gold medalist at the 2015 Chopin Competition?

Korean Seong-Jin Cho was the gold medalist in a very close decision. Richard-Hamelin is 26 years old, started his studies at McGill, received his Master’s Degree from the Yale School of Music, and currently resides in Montreal. Yang is only 16, from Toronto, and is currently in the pre-school program at Juilliard.

What did Canada win at the Chopin Competition?

2015 was certainly Canada’s year at the Warsaw International Chopin Competition, with Charles Richard-Hamelin securing the silver medal and Yike (Tony) Yang finishing fifth. This was the first time in 40 years that Canadian artists had achieved any real distinction at this competition.

Which is judge gave 1 / 10 to the Chopin Competition?

Every 2015 competitor awarded a 10/10 score received at least two 10/10s. @Tom, I forgot to point out that Cho received TWO 10’s, not one. And Cho received a plethora of 9’s and fewer lower scores than the 2nd place R-H, but it was nevertheless very close.