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“eMuse” Online Music Competition 2014: Results

Below are results of the "eMuse" Online Music Competition 2014.

Videos from the 2014 competition

Category Winners by instruments 2nd and 3rd
Prize Winners
(in alphabetical order)
Winners of age categories Overall winner
of the competition
A

Piano, 1st Prize:
Gabriela Raczynska,
Poland
23,00

Flute, 1st Prize:
Elizabeth Russell,
Singapore
22,60

Violin, 1st Prize:
Bilegtugs Lut,
Mongolia
20,25

2nd Prize:
Mila Kitamura, flute
Japan

Glenda Tay, piano
Singapore

3rd Prize:
Erynn Huen, violin
Singapore

Pazel Lim, flute
Singapore

Olga Soloviova, violin
Russia

Gabriela Raczynska,
Piano
Poland

Andrey Dubov,
Piano
Russia

B

Piano, 1st Prize:
Jarell Tang,
Singapore
24,30

Cello, 1st Prize:
Daniele Akta,
Israel
24,00

Flute, 1st Prize:
Yi Ting Ong,
Singapore
24,00

Trumpet, 1st Prize:
Matvey Ovchinnikov,
Russia
23,00

Violin, 1st Prize:
not awarded

Oboe, 1st Prize:
not awarded

2nd Prize:
Aglaia Golubeva, oboe
Russia

Daria Grigorenko, flute vRussia

Rayna de Guzman, flute
Singapore

Liapich & Alhovskaja,
piano 4 hands
Belarus

Lim & Park, flute duo
Singapore

3rd Prize:
Darya Belyakova, violin
Uzbekistan

Yihsuan Chao, piano
Taiwan

Ecaterina Cojocari, flute
Moldova

Sofia Guseva, flute
Russia

Sodyleva & Lapshina,
piano 4 hands
Russia

Jarell Tang,
Piano
Singapore

C

Violin, 1st Prize:
Doga Altinok,
Turkey
23,57

Flute, 1st Prize:
Elizaveta Lobacheva,
Russia
23,25

Cello, 1st Prize:
Raffaella Cardaropoli,
Italy
21,60

Oboe, 1st Prize:
Balder Dendievel,
Belgium
21,00

Piano, 1st Prize:
not awarded

2nd Prize:
Dasha Muzanova, piano
Russia

Bogdan Yusufhanov,
violin
Russia

3rd Prize:
Jane Lim, flute
Singapore

Anne Maria Wehrmeyer,
violin
Germany

Seit Zhanybekov, cello
Kazakhstan

Doga Altinok,
Violin
Turkey

D

Clarinet, 1st Prize:
Michal Jania,
Poland
23,25

Viola, 1st Prize:
Anna Krzyzak,
Poland
22,60

Chamber Music, 1st Prize:
“Campania”
String Quartet, Italy
21,50

Piano, 1st Prize:
Yichun Wu,
China
21,30

Violin, 1st Prize:
not awarded

Cello, 1st Prize:
not awarded

2nd Prize:
Gennaro Cardaropoli,
violin
Italy

Daniyar Koishygulov,
cello
Kazakhstan

3rd Prize:
not awarded

Michal Jania,
Clarinet
Poland

E

Piano, 1st Prize:
Andrey Dubov,
Russia
24,60

Chamber Music, 1st Prize:
Wind quintet
“Hercules Brass”, Spain
24,50

Percussion, 1st Prize:
Bartosz Saldan,
Poland
24,00

Flute, 1st Prize:
Serghei Morarescu,
Moldova
23,60

Violin, 1st Prize:
Ting-Hsuan Hu,
Taiwan
23,25

Clarinet, 1st Prize:
Agnieszka Dаbrowska,
Poland
23,10

Viola, 1st Prize:
Olga Reznichenko,
Russia
23,00

Harp, 1st Prize:
Oksana Sidyagina,
Russia
22,30

Cello, 1st Prize:
Park Sung-Geun,
South Korea
22,28

2nd Prize:
Accordion Trio,
chamber music
Russia

Veronika Biryukova,
percussion
ussia

“Cantando” String
quartet, chamber music
Russia

Chudzicka - Borowicz -
Miernik Trio,
chamber music
Poland

Dina Ivanova,
piano
Russia

Lidia Kudryavtseva,
piano
Russia

Nikolay Kuznetsov,
piano
Russia

Nemeth Quartet,
chmaber music
Turkey

Marina Polatova, flute
Russia

“Violette” Trio,
chamber music
Italy, Russia,Hong Kong

3rd Prize:
Evgenia Boginskaia,
cello
Russia

Tatiana Chistyakova,
piano
Russia

Andrei Kudriakov,
piano
Russia

Polina Kuznetsova,
piano
Russia

Madina Mukhamet,
violin
Kazakhstan

Safronov - Novojilova -
Draid Trio,
chamber music
Russia

Nikolay Shugaev,
cello
Russia

Kirill Stekhov,
flute
Russia

“Vita” String Trio,
chamber music
Russia

Andrey Dubov,
Piano
Russia

Piano Amateurs

1st Prize:
Christian Meny,
France
16,80

 

Christian Meny,
Piano Amateurs
France

The main prize of the competition:

Solo recital in the “Parnassos” Concert Hall in Athens, together with the recording of the concert on CD, in the 2014-2015 concert season.

  • Andrey Dubov, piano. Russia
The jury has awarded the following Special Prizes:

Sets of strings from “Thomastik - Infeld Vienna”:

Violin strings:

  • Ting-Hsuan Hu, Taiwan
  • Sofiya Vnukova, Russia
  • Bogdan Yusufhanov, Russia
  • Anne Maria Wehrmeyer, Germany

Cello strings:

  • Seit Zhanybekov, Kazakhstan
  • Aibolat Abdybakas, Kazakhstan
  • Daniyar Koishygulov, Kazakhstan

Viola strings:

  • Juliana Kolomasova, Russia
  • Anna Krzyzak, Poland

Violin bows from the celebrated virtuoso violinist Natasha Korsakova:

  • Bilegtugs Lut, Mongolia
  • Darya Belyakova, Uzbekistan
  • Platon Nikolaos Bourgiotis, Greece
  • Polina Groshikova, Russia
  • Malgorzata Wojciechowska, Poland

Cello bow from “L’Archet Brasil”:

  • Danielle Akta, Israel

Violin bow from the violinist and conductor, professor Manrico Padovani:

  • Madina Mukhamet, Kazakhstan

Invitation to participate in the 9th International Music Competition “The Muse” on Santorini island in Greece in September 2014 with free hotel accommodation for the duration of the competition and no application fee provided by the electronic cigarette company “eSmokette”:

  • Valeria Truhanovich, Belarus

Design and development of a personal website from “Bakitone International” to the Winner of the online voting.

  • Nikolay Kuznetsov, Russia

Scholarships for participation in the International Music Institute and Festival USA in Parkville, Maryland, USA in July 2014:

$450 scholarships to each of the six age category winners*:

  • Gabriela Raczynska, piano. Poland
  • Jarell Tang, piano. Singapore
  • Doga Altinok, violin. Turkey
  • Michal Jania, clarinet. Poland
  • Andrey Dubov, piano. Russia
  • Christian Meny, piano amateurs. France

$300 scholarships to each of the winners by instrument*:

  • Elizabeth Russell, flute. Singapore
  • Bilegtugs Lut, violin. Mongolia
  • Daniele Akta, cello. Israel
  • Yi Ting Ong, flute. Singapore
  • Matvey Ovchinnikov, trumpet. Russia
  • Elizaveta Lobacheva, flute. Russia
  • Raffaella Cardaropoli, cello. Italy
  • Balder Dendievel, oboe. Belgium
  • Anna Krzyzak, violin. Poland
  • “Campania” String Quartet, Italy
  • Yichun Wu, piano. China
  • “Hercules Brass” Wind Quintet, Spain
  • Bartosz Saldan, percussion. Poland
  • Serghei Morarescu, flute. Moldova
  • Ting-Hsuan Hu, violin. Taiwan
  • Agnieszka Dаbrowska, clarinet. Poland
  • Olga Reznichenko, viola. Russia
  • Oksana Sidyagina, harp. Russia
  • Park Sung-Geun, cello. South Korea

$150 scholarships to all the participants of the “eMuse” competition*

* scholarships will be awarded upon arrival to the festival in July 13-23, 2014 in Parkville, Maryland, USA.

During the next week organizers of the “eMuse” Online Music Competition will contact each of the prize winners to arrange the delivery of the prizes.