XIII International Chopin Piano Competition

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The XIII International Chopin Piano Competition took place in Warsaw from October 1-22, 1995.

Palmares[edit]

Winner
1st Grand Prize not awarded
2nd Prize (ex-a.) France Philippe Giusiano
Russia United States Alexei Sultanov (refusal)
3rd Prize Venezuela United States Gabriela Montero
4th Prize Russia Rem Urasin
5th Prize Japan Rika Miyatani
6th Prize Poland Magdalena Lisak
Best performance of a Mazurka not awarded
Best performance of a Polonaise not awarded
Best performance of a Concerto not awarded
7th Argentina Nelson Goerner
8th Japan Nami Ejiri
9th Belarus Andrey Ponochevny
10th Russia Katia Skanavi

Jury[edit]

Competition Results (by rounds)[edit]

First Round[edit]

September 2-8.

    • South Korea United States Soojin Ahn
    • Japan Mika Akiyama
    • Japan Susumu Aoyagi
    • United States Andrew Armstrong
    • France Racha Arodaky
    • Hong Kong Angela Au
    • Italy Maurizio Baglini
    • Poland Tomasz Bartoszek
    • Poland Beata Bilinska
    • Hungary Gergely Boganyi
    • Ukraine Anna Bogolyubova
    • France Jean-François Buvery
    • Poland Jan Krzysztof Broja
    • Italy Luigi Cartia
    • Taiwan Chang Chen
    • Taiwan Austria Ruei-Bin Chen
    • Taiwan Ya-Fei Chuang
    • South Korea Eun-Joo Chung
    • Italy Roberto Cominati
    • Mexico Claudia Corona Castillo
    • Italy Michele d'Ambrosio
    • Poland Tomasz Debowski
    • France Jean-François Dichamp
    • Poland Mariusz Drzewicki
    • Croatia Natasa Dukan
    • Japan Nami Ejiri
    • Russia Marina Evreison
    • Japan Masako Ezaki
    • Poland Michal Ferber
    • Italy Simone Ferraresi
    • Italy Massimiliano Ferrati
    • Argentina Ingrid Fliter
    • France Marylin Frascone
    • Czech Republic Eliska Gazdova
    • France Philippe Giusiano
    • Argentina Nelson Goerner
    • Poland Grzegorz Gorczyca
    • Australia Ambre Lyn Hammond
    • Japan Ayako Higuchi
    • Russia Ilya Itin
    • Japan Megumi Ito
    • Russia Maria Ivanova
    • Latvia Karina Jermaka
    • Poland Adam Jezierzanski
    • Czech Republic Petr Jirikovski
    • Japan Yoshizaku Jumei
    • Croatia Mario Karacic
    • Japan Masahi Katayama
    • Japan Yuko Kawai
    • Israel Igal Kesselman
    • South Korea Won Kim
    • Poland Piotr Klajn
    • United States Tomasz Kolodziejek
    • Russia Maria Kopylova
    • Poland Pawel Kubica
    • Italy Olaf John Laneri
    • Chile Javier Lanis
    • United States Katherine Lee
    • Taiwan Ying-Chien Lin
    • Poland Magdalena Lisak
    • Canada Anne-Louise Turgeon
    • Poland Joanna Laweynowicz
    • Poland Rafal Luszczewski
    • Germany Marlena Maciejkowicz
    • Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Aleksandar Madžar
    • Japan Maki Maeda
    • Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Ratimir Martinovic
    • Finland Janne Mertanen
    • Croatia Zrinka Mikelic
    • Ukraine Oleksandr Mikhailyuk
    • Japan Misa Miyamoto
    • United States Peter Miyamoto
    • Japan Rika Miyatani
    • Israel Daria Monastyrski
    • Venezuela United States Gabriela Montero
    • Chile Manuel Montero Contreras
    • Italy Luca Monti
    • Japan Chie Mori
    • Japan Hideki Nagano
    • Japan Hisako Nagayoshi
    • United States Jon Nakamatsu
    • Vietnam Nguen Bich Tra
    • Chile Michio Nishihara Toro
    • Japan Koji Oikawa
    • Japan Masaru Okada
    • Malaysia Nicholas Ong
    • United States Anthony Padilla
    • South Korea Jong-Gyung Park
    • Ukraine Oksana Petrechenko
    • Bulgaria Peter Petrov
    • Russia Daria Petrova
    • Belarus Andrey Ponochevny
    • Russia Olga Pushetchnikova
    • Poland Zbigniew Raubo
    • Belgium Eliane Reyes
    • Chile Marcela Rodríguez Hidalgo
    • Italy Michele Rovetta
    • Poland Katarzyna Rzeszutek
    • Japan Kei Saotome
    • Germany Georg Schneider
    • United Kingdom Graham Scott
    • Belarus Timur Sergeyenya
    • China Yuan Sheng
    • Germany Fumiko Shiraga
    • Russia Katia Skanavi
    • Russia Alex Slobodyanik
    • Poland Piotr Slopecki
    • Poland Anna Stempin
    • Croatia Renata Stocko
    • Cyprus Constantinos Stylianou
    • Japan Shigetoshi Suematsu
    • Russia United States Alexei Sultanov
    • Croatia Ivana Švarc
    • Poland Michal Szczepanski
    • Poland Maciej Szyrner
    • Japan Yuki Takao
    • Japan Yoko Takemura
    • China Zhihua Tang
    • Slovenia Tomaz Tobing
    • Russia Igor Tsittser
    • Japan Marie Tsunoda
    • Poland Krystina Tucka
    • Russia Rem Urasin
    • Japan Junko Urayama
    • Russia Mark Vainer
    • France Frederic Vaysse-Knitter
    • Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Natasa Veljkovic
    • Poland Katarzyna Vernet
    • Latvia Sana Villerusha
    • Taiwan Jin-Ho Weng
    • Poland Filip Wojciechowski
    • Ukraine Elina Yanchenko
    • Canada Libby Yu
    • Taiwan Lu-Hui Yu
    • Russia Elena Zaitseva
    • Russia Anna Zasimova
    • Poland Pawel Zawadzki
    • China Connie Ying Zhang
    • Russia Ludmila Zhilenkova

Second Round[edit]

October 10-13

Semi-finals[edit]

October 15 and 16

Final[edit]

October 18 and 19

References[edit]