XIII George Enescu International Piano Competition

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XIII George Enescu International Piano Competition took place in Bucharest, Romania, from September 15 to 27, 2014. The competition is held every two years and is a member of the Geneva World Federation of International Music Competitions. There have been 13 editions since the founding of the competition in 1958, and previous winners include Radu Lupu, Elisabeth Leonskaja, and Dmitri Alexeev. Spanish pianist Josu De Solaun Soto was given the First Prize, becoming the first Spanish pianist to be awarded such distinction in the 56 years of the competition's existence. The prize included $20,000, and recital and orchestral engagements.

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Prizes[edit]

Competition Results (by Rounds)[edit]

First Round[edit]

    • Russia Dmitry Ablogin
    • Armenia Lilit Artemyan
    • Georgia Lia Bibileishvili
    • Russia Evgeny Brakhman
    • Russia Sofya Bugayan
    • Romania Paul Coriolan Cartianu
    • Russia Vladislav Chepinoga
    • Russia Tatiana Chernichka
    • Ukraine Regina Chernychko
    • Canada Emily Chiang
    • Romania Daniel Dascalu
    • Romania Madalina-Claudia Danila
    • Romania Balázs Demény
    • Romania Cristian-Mihai Dirnea
    • Russia Timofey Dolya
    • Romania Sebastian Ene
    • Switzerland Cédric Gremaud
    • Bulgaria Simeon Goshev
    • South Korea Sang-Il Han
    • Latvia Santa Ignace
    • South Korea Sang-Wook Jung
    • Russia Tatiana Kachko
    • South Korea Yoon-Jee Kim
    • USA Peter Klimo
    • Japan Soshi Koyama
    • South Korea Yu Mi Lee
    • Romania Adela Liculescu
    • Romania Dinu Alexandru Mihailescu
    • Georgia Mamikon Nakhapetov
    • Romania Bogdan Marian Nicola
    • South Korea Woogil Park
    • Ukraine Dmytro Pivnenko
    • Estonia Mihkel Poll
    • Russia Ilya Rashkovskiy
    • Russia Aleksandr Shaikin
    • China Shizhe Shen
    • Ukraine Denys Shramko
    • Canada Coral Solomon
    • Spain Josu De Solaun Soto
    • Japan Nozomu Sugawara
    • South Korea Jenna Sung
    • South Korea Herin Sung
    • Japan Ryutaro Suzuki
    • Greece Paris Tsenikoglou
    • Japan Tomoya Umeda
    • Greece Vassilis Varvaresos
    • Romania Aurelia Visovan
    • Japan Asuna Yamanaka
    • Japan Yui Yoshioka
    • Russia Yelena Zorina
    • Ukraine Kirill Zvegintsov

Second Round[edit]

    • Russia Evgeny Brakhman
    • Russia Tatiana Chernichka
    • Romania Daniel Dascalu
    • South Korea Sang-Il Han
    • USA Peter Klimo
    • Romania Adela Liculescu
    • South Korea Woogil Park
    • Ukraine Dmytro Pivnenko
    • Russia Ilya Rashkovskiy
    • Spain Josu De Solaun Soto
    • Greece Vassilis Varvaresos
    • Romania Aurelia Visovan

Third Round[edit]

(At the Romanian Athenaeum)

    • Russia Evgeny Brakhman
    • Romania Adela Liculescu
    • South Korea Woogil Park
    • Russia Ilya Rashkovskiy
    • Spain Josu De Solaun Soto
    • Greece Vassilis Varvaresos

Fourth Round[edit]

(At the Romanian Athenaeum, with the George Enescu Philharmonic Orchestra and Justus Frantz, conductor)

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