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Masterclasses PIANO


PIANO
masterclasses are taught by Prof. Lily Dorfman (Academy of Music Tel-Aviv, Israel) and Antonii Baryshevskyi (First Prize Winner of Arthur-Rubinstein-Competition 2014). Special guest star will be Maestro Grigory Sokolov (St. Petersburg).

For the masterclasses, students should bring the music they are working on as well as material to prepare for the competition. Suggested repertoire would be any major works by Chopin, Schumann, Mendelssohn, or Liszt, a classical work by either Mozart, Haydn, or Beethoven, and a contemporary  composition of the student's choice. (see also repertoire required for the piano competition).

 

SIEGFRIED WEISHAUPT PIANO COMPETITION

The last 3 days of ISAM are reserved for three annual competitions among ISAM participants. This celebration is reflected in the choice of repertoire for this summer. Participants who are approved by the faculty will prepare the following repertoire required for their program. All competition sessions are free and open to the public. Winners of the competition will be announced during the concluding Gala Concert.

 The Piano Competition program is 40-45 minutes long.  It is scheduled for the second Wednesday of ISAM. The repertoire must be approved by the faculty. Suggested repertoire: 

  • Sonata Choice - Any Sonata by Mozart, Haydn, Beethoven, or Schubert
  • Romantic Repertoire -  Mendelssohn, Chopin, Schumann, Tchaikovsky, or Brahms
  • Contemporary - Any composition of the candidate's choice. (Music after 1920)

Prize money 2019

  • 1st winner: 1000.- €
  • 2nd winner: 500.- €
  • 3rd winner: 250.- €

FACULTY 2019

 Prof. Lili Dorfman
 
 
                          
Prof. Lily Dorfman, University Tel Aviv

 

 
 
 
       

Antonii Baryshevskyi, pianist and
First Prize Winner of Arthur Rubinstein
Competition 2014

 

      
Special guest recital       
     
Maestro Grigory Sokolov, St. Petersburg      

  

SIEGRFRIED WEISHAUPT PIANO COMPETITION'S FIRST PRIZE WINNERS

2010
Ashchen Agasarian & Aleksandra Zangieva
2011
Kazuki Nishimon
2012
Natalya Zolotaryova
2013
2014
Eva Schaumkell & Whajung Kim
2015
Anna Bulkina
2016
Roman Lopatynskyi
2017
Giovanni Bertolazzi
2018
Nikita Tonkonogov

 

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