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Chopin Avenue Piano Competition 2020

Registration for March 2021 Competition starts on Saturday, October 31

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Diplomas

This year the diplomas are awarded as per following criteria:

1st, 2nd, 3rd Prize are ranked based on balanced evaluation of technical skills and music interpretation. The winners of 1st, 2nd, 3rd place have performed their pieces with good technique appropriate and expected in their age category. The awards were presented by judges based on their individual scoring concluded with further discussions.

Chopin Awards – issued by the F. Chopin Association in Warsaw, Poland. It is important to notice, the Chopin Awards are decided by Assembly of Judges of the competition not by the F. Chopin Society.

The Best Performance of a Chopin Work Award is presented to participants who balanced their technical skills and musical interpretation of the Chopin piece they played. Again the jurors appraised the participants individually and then engaged in a concluding discussion. Participants may have not played on as high technical level as the 1st, 2nd, 3rd Prize winners in their age category but stand out in their Chopin combined technique and musicality while performing the Chopin’s piece.

The Outstanding Interpretation of a Chopin Work Award is presented to participants who’s technical skills were not as high as the 1st, 2nd, 3rd Prize winners or The Best Performance of a Chopin Work Award winners in their age category, however their interpretation of Chopin work reflects a better interpretation of Chopin character and musicality.

Consul General of Poland Award is presented to participants in recognition of their skills and competitive spirit who have tremendous potential attaining 1st, 2nd or 3rd Prize or other outstanding results in the future. This award again is decided by the Assembly of Jurors.

Certificate of Honor Award is presented to participants who are at the early stage of their musical journey but deserve recognition and encouragement for their skills and persistence to excel in the future. This award again is decided by the Assembly of Jurors.

All awards are presented based on a summary of individual appraisals concluded with collective discussions. None of the awards is based on a single opinion of a particular Judge. All opinions are shared, discussed, concluded and finally approved in the presence of Head of Jury and the Director of the Competition. This includes the Chopin Awards that were issued by Fryderyk Chopin Society in Poland.

 

2020 The Chopin Avenue Piano Competition Online Results

 

Group A: age 5-6 years

First Prize – Lum Wei Xuan, Malaysia
Second Prize – Ka Hei Janis Leung, China
Third Prize – Sophie Tan, Singapore

Group B1: age 7-years

First Prize – Alexander Christian Tiemroth, Denmark
Second Prize – Ha-yool Jung, Korea
Third Prize – Szeyuen Ching, China
Third Prize – Marcus Yi, Canada

Group B2: age 8years

First Prize – Ye Dam Lee, Korea
Second Prize – Emmeline Hadeli, Indonesia
Third Prize – Xin Ying Lee, Malaysia
Third Prize – Léo Hoang, France

Group C: age 9-10years

First Prize – Yulia Nakashima, Japan/Korea
Second Prize – Arnell Urielia Tejo Prawiro, Indonesia
Second Prize – Min-Gyung Gang, Korea
Third Prize – Judy Yang, Australia
Third Prize – Tiger Han, Australia

Group D: age 11-12 years

First Prize – Nora Lubbadová, Czech Republic
Second Prize – Yi Ting Cheng, Liana, Hong Kong, China
Third Prize -Gloria Ma, USA

Group E: age 13-14 years

First Prize – Yumin Cho, Korea
Second Prize – Quang Vo Minh, Vietnam
Third Prize – Sumin Cho, Korea
Third Prize – Nicole Lai, China

Group F: age 15 years

First Prize – not awarded
Second Prize – Chin Hung Chow Andy, Australia
Third Prize – Tiffany Eleonora Gondokusumo, Indonesia

Group G: age 16-17years

First Prize – Hyeon Bin Choi, Korea
Second Prize – Ivy Lin, Canada
Third Prize – Malka Bobrove, Japan/USA

Group H,

First Prize – not awarded
Second Prize – Brian Berino, The Philippines
Third Prize – not awarded

Group I, J:

First Prize – not awarded
Second Prize – not awarded
Third Prize – not awarded

The Best Performance of a Chopin Work
(in alphabetical order)

Nora Lubbadová, Czech Republic
Quang Vo Minh, Vietnam
Yulia Nakashima, Japan
Yumin Cho, Korea

The Outstanding Interpretation of a Chopin Work
(in alphabetical order)

Ariel Liu, Canada
Arnell Uriellia Tejo, Indonesia
Emmeline Chloe Hadeli, Indonesia
Evangelia Tsiantzi-Mante, Greece
GyeongMin Park, Korea
Ivy Lin, Canada
Sinclair Justin Gohandi, Indonesia

The Impeccable Manners Award
(in alphabetical order)

Marcus Yi, Canada
Rensho Sato-Choi, USA

Official Patron

Diploma

The Best Performers
of Chopin works will be awarded a diploma issued by the
Fryderyk Chopin Society in Poland

http:// tifc.chopin.pl