Hüseyin Sermet

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Hüseyin Sermet (born in Istanbul, 1955) is a Turkish pianist and composer.[1] He is a Doctor Honoris Causa by the Boğaziçi (1988) and Marmara (1998) universities, and was named a State Artist in 1991. He is Co-President of ADAP (Association of Artists for Peace), based in Paris.

Record of piano prizes, incomplete
Year Competition Prize 1st prize winner Ex-aequo with...
1976 Spain Paloma O'Shea, Santander 1st prize
1980 Italy Ferruccio Busoni, Bolzano 4th prize 1st prize void Italy Giovanni Umberto Battel
1981 Spain Premio de Jaén 1st prize
1981 Italy Ettore Pozzoli, Seregno 1st prize
1981 Spain José Iturbi, Valencia 3rd Prize Poland Elza Kolodin.
1983 Italy Paolo Neglia, Enna 1st prize
1983 Belgium Queen Elisabeth, Brussels Finalist France Pierre-Alain Volondat
1985 Switzerland Géza Anda, Zürich 2nd prize 1st prize void Japan Yukino Fujiwara

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  1. ^ Hüseyin Sermet. hexagone.net January 2009. Retrieved 7 July 2011.

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