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10th Bösendorfer and Yamaha USASU International Piano Competitions

 January 2023




1st prize

$15,000 David Katzin Award and gold medal

A number of concerto performances with The Phoenix Symphony (including a $2,000 honorarium, domestic air, hotel and ground transportation)

Bösendorfer Prize: paid recital appearance ($1,000 plus travel expenses)

A recital in Merkin Hall, Kaufman Music Center, New York

2nd prize

$10,000 Phyllis Chiat Award and silver medal

3rd prize

$5,000 and bronze medal

Special Awards

Mary Jane Trunzo Audience Favorite Award of $1,500 will be selected by the audience from among the Bösendorfer Stage II Semi-Final Round participants.

One $1,000 award will be given for the best performance of a work composed by a French composer.

Sangyoung Kim Award of $1,000 will be awarded for the most outstanding performance of a virtuoso work (Ahwatukee Health and Recovery).

Sarra and Emmanuil Senderov Award of $500 will be awarded to the two most outstanding performances of a composition by a Russian composer.

Yehuda Meir memorial awards of $250 will be awarded to the two most outstanding artistic performances of an etude by Chopin.

One $1,000 award will be given for the most outstanding Arizona pianist, sponsored by National Society of Arts and Letters Arizona Chapter.