I INTERNATIONAL PIANO COMPETITION - 2012
"CITY OF ACQUAVIVA OF THE SOURCES"
Giovanni Colafemmina Award
SADCHIKOVA ELENA – RUSSIA
- 1ST PRIZE
- PRESS AWARD
ALEXEY SYCHEV – RUSSIA
- 3° PRIZE EX EQUO
- AUDIENCE AWARD
MARGARYTA GOLOVKO – UKRAINE
- 3° PRIZE EX EQUO
- ORCHESTRA AWARD
MATTIA MISTRANGELO – ITALY
- AWARD BEST PIANIST ITALIAN
SVETLANA KARPUNKINA – RUSSIA
- BEST PERFORMING CHOPIN SONG AWARD
1st prize: "Giovanni Colafemmina" award
- Scholarship of € 4.000,00*, plaque, diploma of honour and two recitals.
- Record label for DAD Records and distribution via "Believe Digital
- Distribution in over 80 countries (ITunes, Amazon, Beezek, Deezer, etc.).
* The winner will receive €2,500.00 on the evening of the awards and €1,500.00 as cachet for two recitals organized by the girl. Giovanni Colafemmina and his girlfriend. Amadeus in the 2012/2013 season.
- Scholarship of €1,500.00, plaque, Diploma of Honor and a concert with the only reimbursement expenses.
- Scholarship of €700.00, plaque, Diploma of Honor and a concert with the only reimbursement expenses
- Award of €200.00 to the best performance of a Chopin song
- €200.00 Prize to the best competitor ITALIAN classified
- Audience Award €200.00 awarded during the evening final round
- €200.00 Press Award awarded during the evening final round
He is one of the most complete pianists and musicians of today. Franco-American by birth, has assimilated the best of different cultures; Born in Paris, he gave his first concert in New York at the age of 5 years. He continued his studies in France under the guidance of Robert Casadesus. He later perfected his career in the United States with Sascha Gorodnitzki at the Juilliard School of Music, graduating with honors in all academic and musical subjects at the age of 18. Thiollier won 8 «Grands Prix», an unprecedented result, in international competitions, including "Reine Elisabeth" of Belgium and "Tchaikowski" in Moscow. He plays today in more than 40 countries with the most prestigious orchestras (Leningrad and Moscow Philharmonic, Amsterdam Concertgebouw, Residentie Orkest of The Hague, Turin Rai Orchestra, Santa Cecilia, Orchestre de Paris, Orchestre National de France, London Symphony Orchestra), and in the most important halls (Théatre des Champs Elysées, Berliner Philharmonie and Konzerthaus, Bunka Kaikan and Suntory Hall Tokyo, Palais des Beaux Arts in Brussels, Madrid Auditorium, La Scala, La Fenice, the Sydney Opera House Concert Hall...). His interpretation of Busoni's concert at the Philharmonie in Berlin has been reviewed: "Thiollier, a pianist above every comparison, has amazed and captivated the audience with a crazy technique, a refined elegance, an accomplished sense of sound And finally, quality not of minors, with a musicality full of generosity. »