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January 3-8, 2023
295 pianists applied to the 10th Bösendorfer and Yamaha USASU International Piano Competitions.
Congratulations to all semi-finalists!
209 pianists applied to the 2023 Bösendorfer USASU International Competition, ages 19–32.
28 outstanding pianists were selected to join us in Tempe.
Breen Rachel, 26, USA
Choi Young Sun, 29, South Korea
Chung Eunyoung, 27, South Korea
Ding Cong, 29, China
Fang-Bentov Motti, 25, Israel
Feng Yi-Chen, 25, Taiwan
Hirama Kyoshiro, 24, Japan
Hou Yixiang, 29, China
Jones Fantee, 29, USA/Taiwan
Kim Jiyoung, 26, South Korea
Lee Dohyun, 21, South Korea
Lee Linda, 26, South Korea
Liu Moyi, 24, China
Liu Shiyu, 28, China
Luo Jiaqing, 23, China
Mak Jonathan, 25, Canada
Mamora Jonathan, 27, USA
Navarro Silberstein José, 27, Bolivia
Nikiforov Osip, 28, Russia
Paradee Tristan, 22, USA
Shin Hyojin, 25, South Korea
Tozlian Seiran, 20, Armenia
Tseng Karina, 20, USA
Van Ostrand Parker, 19, USA
Wang Arthur, 21, Canada
Wang, Jiongli, 21, China
Xiong Jiacheng, 25, China
Yi Min Joo, 28, South Korea
Tang Stephanie, 28, USA
Shi Wenting, 30, China
36 pianists applied to the 2023 Yamaha USASU International Senior Piano Competition, ages 16–18.
Of these, eight outstanding pianists were selected to compete.
Audenis Anna, 17, USA
Fediurko Roman, 18, Ukraine
Gabrilovich Alyssa, 17, USA
Shin Seungmin, 18, South Korea
Takeuchi Haruki, 16, USA
Wang Yinghan (Hannah,) 16, USA
Yao Keliang, 16, USA
Yoder Kasper, 17, USA
Yang Lindsey, 17, USA
Wang Kevin, 17, Canada
50 pianists applied to the 2023 Yamaha USASU International Junior Piano Competition, ages 13–15.
Of these, seven outstanding pianists were selected to compete.
Chang Jerry, 15, USA
Chen Yufei, 15, USA
Cho Ella, 15, USA
Hong Seokyoung, 15, South Korea
Kim Dayou, 13, South Korea
Li Andrew, 15, Hong Kong/Canada
Shi Xinran, 13, USA
Kesselman Anna, 15, USA
Yeung Kyle, 14, USA
2019 BÖSENDORFER USasu INTERNATIONAL PIANO COMPETITION RESULTS
1st prize: Dmytro Choni, 25, Ukraine (the University of Music and Performing Arts, Graz)
$15,000 David Katzin Award and gold medal. A number of concerto performances with The Phoenix Symphony. Bösendorfer Prize: paid recital appearances. A recital in Merkin Hall, Kaufman Music Center, New York. A recital for the Oracle Piano Society, Arizona.
2nd Prize: Hyo-Eun Park, 23, Republic of Korea (Seoul National University College of Music)
$10,000 Phyllis Chiat Award and Silver Medal
3rd Prize: Peter Klimo, 28, USA (Eastman School of Music)
$5,000 and Bronze Medal
$1500 Mary Jane Trunzo Audience Favorite Award of $1,500 selected by the audience from among the Bösendorfer Stage II Semi-Final Round participants: Anastasia Rizikov, Canada, and Angie Zhang, USA
Sangyoung Kim Award of $1,000 for the most outstanding performance of a virtuoso work: Aushuang Li, China
$1,000 award for the most outstanding Arizona pianist, sponsored by National Society of Arts and Letters Arizona Chapter: Aushaung Li, China.
$1,000 award for the best performance of a work composed by a French composer: Xinran Wang, China
Sarra and Emmanuil Senderov Award of $500 for the most outstanding performance of a composition by a Russian composer: Anastasia Rizikov, Canada
Yehuda Meir memorial awards of $250 to the most artistic performance of an etude by Chopin: Polina Kulikova, Russia.
2019 YAMAHA USASU INTERNATIONAL PIANO COMPETITION RESULTS
YAMAHA SENIOR ARTISTS:
1st prize: $5,000 Burns-Addona Award and gold medal: Catherine Huang, USA
2nd prize: $2,000 and silver medal: Yongqiu Liu, China
3rd prize: $1,000 and bronze medal: Yangrui Cai, China
YAMAHA JUNIOR ARTISTS:
1st prize: $4,000 Addona-Burns Award and gold medal: Ruisi Lao, China
2nd prize: $2,000 and silver medal: Kevin Cho, USA
3rd prize: $1,000 Linda and Sherman Saperstein Award and bronze medal: Katherine E. Liu, USA
Sarra and Emmanuil Senderov Award of $500 awarded to the most outstanding performance of a composition by a Russian composer: Catherine Huang, USA
Yehuda Meir memorial award of $250 awarded to the most outstanding artistic performance of an etude by Chopin: Ruisi Lao, China
Menahem Zohar memorial award of $250 awarded to the most outstanding artistic performance of a classical work: Ruisi Lao, China