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Feuilles Mortes - Various - Tenth Unisa International Piano Competition 2004 (CDr)

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  1. The jury of the Santander International Piano Competition is composed of prestigious music personalities from all over the world. The aim of the jury is to decide which participants go through to the various stages of the competition and also award the prizes. .
  2. CAPE VINCENT — Winners in the Thousand Islands International Piano Competition were announced Sunday at the conclusion of the three-day event. The annual competition is held on the grounds of the historic Maple Grove Estate. In the junior category (under age 19), the $2, first place award went to William Chen, 13, from New York City.
  3. Day 2 of the finals of the 10th Hamamatsu International Piano Competition took place today. Today's three finalists were Atsushi Imada, Hyuk Lee and Can Cakmur. The performance started at but there were already people queuing for the non-reserved .
  4. (Les Feuilles Mortes). Set in a medium up-swing this tasty standard features a written vocal solo and a written piano solo easily performed by high school jazz .
  5. Schedule for the 14th Unisa International Piano Competition. Selected Candidates for the 14th Unisa International Piano Competition. Congratulations to the following candidates who were selected to compete in the upcoming international piano competition that will take place from 20th January until 01 February at the ZK Matthews Great Hall in Pretoria, South Africa.
  6. Piano courses with with Piano Faculties, Manhattan School of Music, Chicago College of Performing Arts, Columbia University Teachers College. Solomon Mikowsky’s pupils have won over top prizes in some of the most important international competitions, including first prizes in the Rubinstein (Tel-Aviv), Santander, Beethoven (Bonn), Iturbi (Valencia) and Maria Canals (Barcelona), and other.
  7. A new work composed by a Japanese composer (Fuyuhiko Sasaki) for the 10th Hamamatsu International Piano Competition (duration: about minutes). The score of the new work will be sent to each contestant three months before the Competition. The work is not to be performed in public before the Competition.
  8. Almuñécar had its first international piano competition from the 13th to the 15th, which was held in the Casa de la Cultura.. The Russian pianist Filip Moskalenko (b) took the First Prize, winning a 1,euro cash prize and a chance to play accompanied by the Orquesta Sinfónica.. The Second Prize, worth euros, went to the Polish pianist, Jakub Kaciezko, whilst María del Carmen.

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