South Korean pianist Eun-A Kim won the latest edition of the Delia Steinberg International Piano Competition.
After four days of competition, the participants selected for the finals were:
– Eun-A Kim (South Korea)
– Jin-Eun Park (South Korea)
– Nail Mavliudov (Russia)
– Shotaro Nishimura (Japan)
RAFAEL SOLÍS: President of the Jury, pianist and former professor at the Arturo Soria Conservatory of Music in Madrid.
DELIA STEINBERG GUZMÁN: Founder of the Competition and pianist
MARÍA LUISA VILLALVA: Pianist and former professor at the Arturo Soria Conservatory of Music in Madrid.
MICHAEL DAVIDOV: Pianist and professor at the Superior Conservatory of the Barcelona Lyceum. Winner of international awards. Founder of the Arthur Rubinstein Institute and of the Marbella International Music Competition.
WALTER GUTDEUTSCH: Pianist and professor in Graz, Austria.
ANA MARÍA FLORI: Professor of piano and Director of the Keys Department of the Superior Conservatory of Alicante. Director of the Master’s Program in Artistic Teaching of Music Interpretation and Research 2012/16
decided the following:
Third Prize: Granted 1.000€ and diploma
Nail Mavliudov (Russia)
Second Prize: Ex aequo, each person granted 1.000€ and diploma
Ji-Eun Park (South Korea)
Shotaro Nishimura (Japan)
First Prize: granted 5.000€ and diploma
Eun-A Kim (South Korea)
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