Vianna da Motta International Music Competition

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The Vianna da Motta International Music Competition was first constituted in 1957 in Lisbon in honor of José Vianna da Motta by his disciple Sequeira Costa, who remains its president; this inaugural edition was won by Naum Shtarkman. The competition, a member of the World Federation of International Music Competitions, has been held regularly since 1964.

Palmares[edit]

  • While mainly a piano competition, two violin editions have been held. In 1973 Ida Kavafian and Gerardo Ribeiro shared the 1st prize. In 1991 it was declared void; Graf Mourja and Rachel Varga were awarded, respectively, the 2nd and 3rd prizes.
Piano
Year
1957 1st prize 2nd prize 3rd prize (ex-a.)
Soviet Union Naum Shtarkman Soviet Union Gleb Axelrod Poland Milosz Magin
1964 1st prize (ex-a.) 2nd prize 3rd prize
Brazil Nelson Freire Portugal Sérgio Varela Cid Soviet Union Igor Khudoley
Soviet Union Vladimir Krainev
1966 1st prize 2nd prize (ex-a.) 3rd prize
Not awarded Spain Albert Atenelle Cuba Cecilio Tieles
United States John Owens
1968 1st prize (ex-a.) 2nd prize 3rd prize
Soviet Union Farhad Badalbeyli Not awarded France Georges Pludermacher
Soviet Union Viktoria Postnikova
1971 1st prize 2nd prize 3rd prize
Not awarded Germany Roland Keller United States Emanuel Ax
1975 1st prize (ex-a.) 2nd prize 3rd prize
Soviet Union Teofils Biķis Not awarded Soviet Union Rusudan Khuntsaria
United States William de Van
1979 1st prize 2nd prize 3rd prize
Soviet Union Arutyun Papazyan Soviet Union Vagui Papian East Germany Andreas Pistorious
1983 1st prize 2nd prize (ex-a.) 3rd prize
Not awarded France Florent Boffard East Germany Suzanne Grützmann
Portugal Pedro Burmester
1987 1st prize 2nd prize 3rd prize
Portugal Artur Pizarro Soviet Union Elisso Bolkvadze Australia Ian Munro
1991 1st prize 2nd prize 3rd prize
Not awarded Russia Germany Igor Kamenz Not awarded
1997 1st prize 2nd prize 3rd prize (ex-a.)
Hong Kong Tao Chang Portugal Jill Lawson Sweden Maria Rostotsky
Germany Christian Seibert
1999 1st prize 2nd prize 3rd prize
Kazakhstan Amir Tebenikhin Canada Richard Raymond Russia Pyotr Dmitriev
2001 1st prize 2nd prize 3rd prize 4th prize
Not awarded Japan Nami Ejiri Spain Javier Perianes Romania Ferenc Vizi
5th prize
Latvia Arta Arnicane
6th prize
Russia Aleksey Chernov
7th prize
Russia Israel Albert Mamriev
2004 1st prize 2nd prize 3rd prize 4th prize
Not awarded Russia Eleonora Karpukhova Ukraine Olga Monakh Georgia (country) Ketevan Sepashvili
5th prize
Russia Maria Massytcheva
6th prize
China Bei-Lin Han
7th prize
France Tristan Pfaff
2007 1st prize 2nd prize (ex-a.) 3rd prize 4th prize
Not awarded Ukraine Dmytro Onyschenko Not awarded Armenia Lilit Grigoryan
South Korea Yung Wook Yoo 5th prize (ex-a.)
Poland Szczepan Konczal
Ukraine Israel Inesa Synkevich
6th prize
Germany Andreas König
2010 1st prize
Armenia Lilian Akopova

References[edit]

External links[edit]

  • [3] Official webpage