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Translated from English with Google.
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Awards Overview

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.

The Best Performance of a Chopin Work Award is issued by the F. Chopin Society in Warsaw, Poland. It is important to note, this award is decided by Assembly of Judges of the competition not by the F. Chopin Society. It is presented to participants who balanced their technical skills and musical interpretation of the Chopin piece they played. 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.

Chopin Avenue Awards for the Chopin Pieces – are presented to participants who balanced their technical skills and musical interpretation of the Chopin piece including Polonaize, Mazurka, Waltz, Nocturne, Ballad they played. 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.

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.

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.

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.

Results

Congratulations to all prize winners.

Words of appreciation and encouragement to everyone else, believe in yourself and continue your musical journey!

Piano Solo

<The Best Performance of a Chopin Work Award>

Nora Lubbadová – Czech Republic (Group G)

Shintaro Kida – Japan (Group H-1)

Ryan Wang – Canada (Group H-2)

Yechong Shan Eric – China (Group J)

 

<Grand Prize>

Nora Lubbadová – Czech Republic (Group G)
(Three times 1st Prize Winner at the Chopin Avenue Competition)

 

<Chopin Waltz Awards>

Chloe Wang – USA (Group A)

Johannes Zhou – USA (Group B)

Minka Corine Lim – Indonesia (Group B)

Aria Zhao – USA (Group C)

Mona Kitamura – Japan (Group C)

Gabrielle Felicita Chen – Indonesia (Group D)

Yoonseo Kim – South Korea (Group D)

Ayla Moreno – USA/Japan (Group E)

Jeffren Leliga – Indonesia (Group E)

Mynjeong Kim – Australia (Group F)

Annabelle DENEUX – France (Group F)

CHUNG KWAN TSUI – Hong Kong SAR, China (Group M-1)

Jonah Lopez – USA (Group M-1)

 

<Chopin Mazurka Awards>

Joseph Yourong Cai – Hong Kong SAR, China (Group A)

 

<Chopin Polonaise Awards>

Christopher ONG – Australia (Group B)

 

<Chopin Nocturne Awards>

Kok Xuan Chen- Malaysia (Group G)

Evdoxia Marinaki – Greece (Group M-2)

 

<Chopin Ballade Awards>

Jieun Park, South Korea (Group L)

 

<Junior Category>

Group A

1st Prize: Joseph Yourong Cai – Hong Kong SAR, China

2nd Prize: Caelum Zheng – New Zealand

                   Chloe Wang – USA

3rd Prize: Caden Chan – USA

                   Isabella Nien – USA

     Leong Chi Hang Jaxton – Macau SAR, China

 

Group B

1st Prize: Tsz Kwan Harvey Wong – Hong Kong SAR, China

2nd Prize: Johannes Zhou – USA

                    Liam Sun – USA

3rd Prize: Elijah Javier Soetanto – Indonesia

                   Minka Corine Lim – Indonesia

 

Group C

1st Prize: Hadam Youn – South Korea

2nd Prize: Mona Kitamura – Japan

3rd Prize: Maddox Marsollek – Germany

                   Renee Fang – USA

 

Group D

1st Prize: Lucas Man Enn Low – Malaysia

2nd Prize: Lennis Hoi Shing Cheng – Hong Kong SAR, China

                    Ye Dam Lee – South Korea

3rd Prize: Winston Wattimena – Indonesia

                    Yi-Syuan Ciou – Taiwan, China

 

Group E

1st Prize: Rihito Yamada – Japan

2nd Prize: Arabelle Grote – USA

                   Sinclair Justin Gohandi – Indonesia

3rd Prize: Jackson He – USA

                   Callista Kertalesmana – Indonesia

 

<Young Artist Category>

Group F

3rd Prize: Daeun Ahn – South Korea

                  Jun Xi Tiger Hua – Hong Kong SAR, China

 

Group G

1st Prize: Nora Lubbadová – Czech Republic

2nd Prize: Joy Chuang – Taiwan, China

                    Mio Moser – USA/Austria

3rd Prize: Martin Droppa – Czech Republic

                   Yu Tung Liang – Taiwan, China

 

Group H-1

1st Prize: Shintaro Kida – Japan

2nd Prize: Tzu-Chieh Huang – Taiwan, China

 

Group H-2

1st Prize: Ryan Wang – Canada

2nd Prize: Rayming LAN – Hong Kong SAR, China

3rd Prize: Nicholas Grote – USA

 

Group I

1st Prize: Yao Huacheng – Singapore

2nd Prize: Jejun Park – South Korea

 

Group J

1st Prize: Yechong Shan Eric – China

2nd Prize: Yuria Horiba – Japan

3rd Prize: Hendrick Lin – Taiwan, China

 

<Professional Category>

Group L

2nd Prize: Jieun Park – South Korea

 

<Amateur Category>

Group M-1

1st Prize: Alexander Chua – Australia

2nd Prize: MICHELE PEREGO – Italy

3rd Prize: KING LEUNG GARY NGAN – Hong Kong SAR, China

                   Marco Stramaglia – Italy

 

Group M-2

1st Prize: Evdoxia Marinaki – Greece

3rd Prize: Mei Mei Angelina Tan – Germany

                   Wing Kwan Ng – Hong Kong SAR, China

 

Piano Duo

<Junior Category>

Group B

3rd Prize: Dennis Wu & Isabella Nien – USA

 

<Amateur Category>

Group M-2

3rd Prize: Sujin Kim & Youngmi Baek – South Korea

 

Piano Concerto

<Junior Category>

Group A

2nd Prize: Dennis Wu – USA

                    Sophia Yiyi He – USA

3rd Prize: Jane Adelene Sun – Indonesia

                   Makiya Ishibashi – Japan

 

Group B

2nd Prize: Trinity Min-Jie Tsai – Canada

3rd Prize: Andrea Wu – USA

 

Group C

1st Prize: Elaine Clemence Annabell – Indonesia

2nd Prize: Jade Chan – Hong Kong SAR, China

3rd Prize: Bomin Park – South Korea

 

<Young Artist Category>

Group D

1st Prize: Nora Lubbadová – Czech Republic

 

Group E

3rd Prize: Audrey Victoria Lim – Indonesia

 

Group F

2nd Prize: Naeun Han – South Korea

3rd Prize: Delphine Adeline Bellinda – Indonesia

Sungwon Chae – South Korea

 

Group G

2nd Prize: Seungmin Gwak – South Korea

 

Group H

2nd Prize: Mehana Ellis – USA

 

<Amateur Category>

Group M-1

2nd Prize: Carl Di Casoli – USA/Italy

 

Group M-2

2nd Prize: Anson Chan – Hong Kong SAR, China

3rd Prize: Yee Shan Mandy Wong – Hong Kong SAR, China

 

Teacher’s Awards

Annamarie McCarthy – USA

Chan Sin – Macau SAR, China

Gareth Owen – United Kingdom

Gariela Paluch Dutka – France

Ivona Kaminska Bowlby – USA

Jaromíra Šnederflerová – Czech

Jinho Baek – South Korea

Juhye Moon – South Korea

Lee Pei Ming – Singapore

Marcella Halim – Indonesia

Matthew Maimone – USA

Nahee Seo – South Korea

Natalia Tokar – Russia

Penelope Poi Yen CHIN – Malaysia

Qian Yin – USA

Rose Mery Halim – Indonesia

Takahiro Yamada – Japan

Tran Nguyet Linh – Vietnam

 

Frequently Asked Questions

When will I receive my diploma?

We will be sending the diplomas by email in early May.
If you do not receive the email in early May, please check your email spam folder or contact us.
For 1,2,3 Prize, and The Best Performance of the Chopin Work Award by regular mail.
If you received any other award and would like to receive hard copy, please send us an email.

Will I receive feedback form Jurors?

We will send you email with information how to schedule feedback session with Prof. Hyunkyung Kate Lee – the Head of Jury

Will you let me know my score ?

We use the scores internally as a tool to rank the participants and do not share the scores in public.