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Wooooo, so many S. Koreans participating (though not surprised).  [Hope they won't get discriminated due to MERS.  Also, hope the jury will announce their names correctly.]

A few violin candidates from S. Korea & Japan are quite pretty (at least their photos, assume very little photoshop editing).

Didn't find a HK candidate.  Or did I overlook?  Or HK can't be used but China?

I am actually a bit astonished that Mongolia has a few candidates in the Voice Competition.



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原帖由 symphonicdance 於 2015-6-14 12:28 AM 發表

Wooooo, so many S. Koreans participating (though not surprised).  [Hope they won't get discriminated due to MERS.  Also, hope the jury will announce their names correctly.]

A few violin candidates  ...
HK candidates did not do well in the past because Tchaikovsky piano winners were 力量形 and followed the traditional Russian music school heritage (Henrich Neuhaus/Gornostaeva; and Zverev/Golderweiser/Ginsburg's students) or the US Russian school (Safonov/Lhevinne; and Anton Rubinstein/Josef Hofmann's students).  

Van Cliburn studied with Lhevinne, whereas Barry Douglas, Berezovsky, Ayako Uehara, Denis Trifonov all studied with students of Neuhaus/Gornostaeva. Plenev and Matseuv on the other hand follow the Zverev/Golderweiser/Ginburg tradition. (FYI, Gornostaeva may not be well known in HK, but her students include Ivo Pogorelich, Sergei Babayan (teacher of Trifonov), Ayako Uehara, and Kohlodenko "gold medal winner of Van Cliburn")

The head of Tchaikovsky jury is Dorensky, a student of Ginsburg (Zverev's students included Rachmaninoff, Scriabin, Siloti, Golderweiser, etc) and is considered the mainstream Russian school of music now.

HK students are mostly from the UK RAM/RCM school of music (with a lot of Mendelssohn, and later Wilhelm Kempff/Edwin Fisher influence, considered a branch of Austrian/German school of music). The UK school of music did produce two past winners in the Tchaikovsky - John Ogden (who is a genius but suffers from mental depression later in his career) and Sir John Lill, the only winners who did not study with Russian teachers. Therefore, most HK teachers would send their students to Chopin competition (which they have great success in Colleen Lee and Rachel Cheung) rather than the Tchaikovsky which they consider having little chance of winning first prize due to political reasons.

symphonicdance, thanks for posting the links. I am happy to know that one of my past teachers Michel Beroff is on the Jury list. Hope this upcoming competition will produce a piano division winner who is not from the Russian school of music........

[ 本帖最後由 Pakfah 於 2015-6-21 01:15 PM 編輯 ]



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好奇怪, 小提琴竟然一個中國參賽者都無, 莫非中國在小提琴方面特弱? 南韓最利害, 各方面都有大量入圍者. 日本可說最無奈, 無論電話電器流行文化到如今古典音樂, 樣樣都給南韓比下去.


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Opening Gala :-
http://tch15.medici.tv/en/

p.s. The pianist played on a Fazioli, instead of a Steinway, for Tchaikovsky PC #1.  See if you look the sound of Fazioli for this concerto.

[ 本帖最後由 symphonicdance 於 2015-6-16 02:01 PM 編輯 ]



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Alexander Ullman live now. Nice clarity and articulation, but lack his own personality.


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Look forward to watching the seemed-to-be beautiful Japanese & Korean female violinists playing in round 1 later


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Mayu Kishima (Japan) and Clara-Jumi Kang (S. Korea) did pretty good in round 1.

[ 本帖最後由 symphonicdance 於 2015-6-19 10:47 AM 編輯 ]



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Bomsori Kim (S. Korea) came straight from Queen Elizabeth Competition to Tchaikovsky Competition!

She and her fellow country woman, Yoo Jin Jang, both look a bit like the young Midori.  (Same plastic surgery?! Bad gag probably...)



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嘩...你居然有咁多時間睇..., 仲要睇兩組添, 我都係諗住round 2 & final 先至認真睇
場地收音咪好靈敏, 少少雜聲都收哂



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有啲唔喺睇live webcast

我淨喺睇日韓靚女小提琴參賽者 ,但未必會全部歌聽晒。






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And the selected candidates for the second round in Piano category are:

Lucas Debargue
Lukas Geniušas
Daniel Kharitonov
Julia Kociuban
George Li
Dmitry Masleev
Maria Mazo
Nikolay Medvedev
Ilya Rashkovskiy
Sergey Redkin
Reed Tetzloff
Mikhail Turpanov


And the selected candidates for the second round in Violin category are:

Christopher Tun Andersen
Alexandra Conunova
Yoo Jin Jang
Clara-Jumi Kang
Haik Kazazyan
Bomsori Kim
Younguk Kim
Mayu Kishima
Pavel Milyukov
Sergei Pospelov
Stepan Starikov
Yu-Chien Tseng


And the selected candidates for the second round in Cello category are:

Fedor Amosov
Alexander Buzlov
Tristan Cornut
Leonard Elschenbroich
Pablo Ferrandez-Castro
Andrei Ionuț Ioniță
Seung Min Kang
Anastasia Kobekina
Bruno Philippe
Alexander Ramm
Jonathan Roozeman
Valentino Worlitzsch



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I like Nikolay Medvedev best among all 12 second round piano candidates. His Haydn was simply superb.

[ 本帖最後由 Pakfah 於 2015-6-21 07:37 AM 編輯 ]



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Only 5 non-Russian pianists get through to second round:

Lucas Debargue (France), Maria Mazo (Germany), Julia Kociuban (Poland), George Li and Reed Tetzloff (USA). Let's see if anyone of them can get through to the third round.



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Good to see that the Asian violinists did well.


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