First Van Cliburn International Piano Competition

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The First Van Cliburn International Piano Competition took place in Fort Worth, Texas from September 24 to October 7, 1962. It was won by American pianist Ralph Votapek, while Soviets Nikolai Petrov and Mikhail Voskresensky earned the silver and bronze medals.[1]

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Brazil Vicky Adler Deletion icon.svg
Canada Anahid Alexanian Deletion icon.svg
Uruguay Carmen Álvarez Deletion icon.svg
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Guatemala Zoila García Salas Deletion icon.svg
Soviet Union Ilze Graubiņa Approve icon.svg Deletion icon.svg
Belgium André de Groote Approve icon.svg Deletion icon.svg
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Canada Elaine Keillor Deletion icon.svg
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Uruguay Leónidas Lipovetsky Deletion icon.svg
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Brazil Arthur Moreira Lima Deletion icon.svg
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United States Dorothy Payne Deletion icon.svg
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Soviet Union Nikolai Petrov Approve icon.svg Approve icon.svg Silver medal icon.svg
United Kingdom David Pinto Deletion icon.svg
New Zealand Gloria Saarinen Deletion icon.svg
Mexico José Sandoval Deletion icon.svg
Argentina Raúl Sosa Approve icon.svg Deletion icon.svg
United States Charles Thomas Deletion icon.svg
Portugal Sérgio Varela Cid Approve icon.svg Approve icon.svg 6th
Soviet Union Mikhail Voskresensky Approve icon.svg Approve icon.svg Bronze medal icon.svg
United States Ralph Votapek Approve icon.svg Approve icon.svg Gold medal icon.svg
United States Margaret Watson Deletion icon.svg
United States Leslie Wells Deletion icon.svg
United Kingdom Grace Wilkinson Deletion icon.svg
United States Walter Wolfe Deletion icon.svg
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References[edit]

  1. ^ Results in the competition's website