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“eMuse” Online Music Competition 2015: Results
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:
Fong Jean Ann,
Singapore
(class of Prof. Radostin Todorov Kirchev)
24,4

Harp, 1st Prize:
Svetlana Novikova,
Russia
(class of Prof. T. Erdeli-Schepalina)
24,0

Chamber Music, Flute Duo, 1st Prize:
Vict. Leong & Eliz. Russell,
Singapore
(class of Prof. Larisa Tupitsina)
24,0

Flute, 1st Prize:
Victoria Leong,
Singapore
(class of Prof. Larisa Tupitsina)
22,0

Marcelina Salek,
Poland, Clarinet
(Class of Prof. Barbara Borowicz)
20,8

Violin, 1st Prize:
not awarded

2nd Prize:
Pierpaolo Buggiani,
Italy, Piano

Elizaveta Pochebut,
Ukraine,
Piano

Daniel Tretyakov,
Russia, Piano

Zhen Wei Wong,
Singapore, Piano

3rd Prize:
Ma Sierra Chernning,
Singapore, Piano

Ektoras Karatzios-Papaioannou,
Greece, Piano

Sabrina Kamardinova,
Uzbekistan,Piano

Titus Leong,
Singapore, Piano

Aldartugs Lut,
Mongolia, Violin

Fong Jean Ann,
Singapore, Piano
24,4

Sergey Belyavskiy,
Russia, Piano
24,6

B

Piano, 1st Prize:
Jarell Tang,
Singapore, Piano
(class of Prof. Winnie Tay)
24,3

Harp, 1st Prize:
Alexandra Arsenova,
Russia
(class of Prof. Milda Agazaryan)
24,2

Violin, 1st Prize:
Julia Jones,
USA
(class of Prof. Viktor Basis)
24,0

Flute, 1st Prize:
Charis Lim,
Singapore
(class of Prof. Larisa Tupitsina)
24,0

Chamber Music, Flute Duo, 1st Prize:
Madeleine Park & Charis Lim,
Singapore
(class of Prof. Larisa Tupitsina)
24,0

Oboe, 1st Prize:
Aglaia Golubeva,
Russia
(class of Prof. Dennis Osver)
20,4

Chamber Music, piano 4 hands,
1st Prize:
Ch. Roussev & Ch. Neveux,
France
(class of Prof. Irène Mathis)
20,3

2nd Prize:
Jean Ying Fong,
Singapore, Piano

Bilegtugs Lut,
Mongolia, Violin

Igor Mikhailovsky,
Russia, Flute

Madeleine S.H. Park,
Singapore, Flute

Barbara Ruda,
Poland, Piano

Vasilissa Tretyakova,
Russia, Piano

Flute Quartet, Singapore, Cham. Music
(Ong Yi Ting, Madeleine Park, Charis Lim, Rayne De Guzman)

3rd Prize:
Yanir Eldorot,
Israel, Violin

Jannat Huseinzoda,
Uzbekistan, Piano

Igor Kuznietsov,
Ukraine, Piano

Shukurullo Sobitov,
Uzbekistan, Violin

Alexander Yashkin,
Cyprus, Piano

Honorary Diploma:
HOD Minden Brass
Band, Malaysia.

Jarell Tang,
Singapore, Piano
24,3

C

Piano, 1st Prize:
Dmitry Yudin,
Russia
(class of Prof. Lidiya Grigorieva)
24,4

Oboe, 1st Prize:
Balder Dendievel,
Belgium
(class of Prof. Luk Nielandt)
23,7

Cello, 1st Prize:
Danielle Akta,
Israel
(class of Prof. Luba Rabin)
23,5

Trumpet, 1st Prize:
Hayk Gurgenyan,
Armenia
(class of Prof. David Onipchenko)
21,8

Flute, 1st Prize:
Sofiia Matviienko,
Ukraine
(class of Prof. Elena Dimitrova)
21,5

Violin, 1st Prize:
not awarded

2nd Prize:
Zuzanna Bachminska,
Poland, Cello

Yihsuan Chao,
Taiwan, Piano

Tamar Deutsch,
Israel, Cello

Mate Domotor,
Hungari, Piano

Alina Lobanova,
Russia, Piano

Piotr Lara,
Poland, Piano

Goh Shyer & Park Jeniffer,
Singapore,
Chamber music: Flute Duo

3rd Prize:
Doston. Gulomjonov,
Uzbekistan, Violin

Isfandiyor Mirabbosov,
Uzbekistan, Piano

Jeniffer Park,
Singapore, Flute

Saodat Usmanova,
Uzbekistan, Piano

Goh Shyer Wern,
Singapore, Flute

Honorary Diploma:
Maria Mamara,
Romania, Violin

Dmitry Yudin,
Russia, Piano
24,4

D

Violin, 1st Prize:
Marta Gidaszewska,
Poland
23,75

Piano, 1st Prize:
Maximilian Schairer,
Germany
(class of Prof. W. Schmitt-Leonardy)
23,7

Flute, 1st Prize:
Katharina Martini,
Germany
(class of Prof. Christiane Martini)
22,6

Harp, 1st Prize:
Claire Thai,
USA
(class of Dr. Ch. Vivona and Ms. R. Knight) 
22,5

Cello, 1st Prize:
Sule Berna Kontas,
Turkey
20,7

Trumpet, 1st Prize:
Yair Chesler,
Israel
(class of Prof. Tamir Akta)
20,6

Oboe, 1st Prize:
Estelle Akta,
Israel
(class of Prof. Guy Porat)
20,2

2nd Prize:
Michal Babiarz,
Poland, Piano

Elizaveta Karaulova,
Russia, Piano

Angelika Malerczyk,
Poland, Violin

Andrei Mamara,
Romania, Violin

Sunita Srivatsan,
Singapore, Flute

3rd Prize:
Bibiana Miskolciova,
Slovakia, Piano

Sarkis Tafnakaji,
Syria, Piano

Honorary Diploma:
Shokhjakhon Kodirov,
Uzbekistan, Piano

Marta Gidaszewska,
Poland, Violin
23,75

E

Piano, 1st Prize:
Sergey Belyavskiy,
Russia
(class of Prof. Eliso Wirsaladze)
24,6

Chamber Music, 1st Prize:
M. Fratczak/I. Poplawska,
flute/piano Poland
(class of Prof. Zbigniew Kamionka)
24,0

and

Well-Tempered Quartet,
USA
(class of “Pacifica Quartet”)
24,0

Violin, 1st Prize:
Katarzyna Olszewska,
Poland
(class of Prof. Sławomir Tomasik)
23,25

Flute, 1st Prize:
Nikolay Donskoy,
Russia
(class of Prof. Albert Gofman)
23,25

Clarinet, 1st Prize:
Agnieszka Dabrowska,
Poland
(class of Prof. Andrzej Godek)
23,1

Cello, 1st Prize:
Magdalena Sas,
Poland
(class of Prof. Eric Kim)
22,7

Saxophone, 1st Prize:
Ivan Tumanov,
Ukraine
(class of Prof. Jan Schulte-Bunert)
22,7

Harp, 1st Prize:
Eygenia Marchenko,
Ukraine
(class of Prof. Milda Agazaryan)
22,7

Viola, 1st Prize:
Malwina Wyborska,
Poland
(class of Prof. Elzbieta Mrożek-Loska)
22,6

2nd Prize:
Vasileios Billas,
Greece, Clarinet

Barbara Borowicz,
Poland, Clarinet

Ricarda Gnauck,
Germany, Piano

Zacharias Fotis,
Greece, Clarinet

Nikolay Kuznetsov,
Russia, Piano

Veronika Lemishenko,
Ukraine, Harp

Adelya Nartadjieva,
USA/Uzbekistan, Violin

Chudzicka-Borowicz-Rudny Trio,
Poland, Chamber Music

“Woodwind Quartet”,
Poland, Chamber Music

3rd Prize:
Irene Abrigo,
Italy, Violin

Mateusz Gidaszewski,
Poland, Violin

“International Trio",
Poland, Chamber Music

Yunis Kvarku,
Russia, Piano

Karina Kuzmina,
Russia, Viola

Stavros Laparidis,
Greece, Piano

Wenqi Li,
China, Piano

"Siberia Brass",
Russia, Chamber Music

Roxana Sobanska,
Poland, Flute

Dimitrios Spyridonidis,
Greece, Piano

Maolun Zhang,
China, Violin

Honorary Diploma: Yicheng Cai,
China, Cello

Ksenia Konstantinidou,
Greece, Piano

Soyoung Park,
South Korea/USA, Piano

Karl Peterson,
Estonia, Piano

Blandine Waldmann,
France, Piano

Anna Zaychenko,
Russia, Piano

Sergey Belyavskiy,
Russia, Piano
24,6

Piano Amateurs

Piano, 1st Prize:
Christian Meny,
France, Piano
20,0

2nd Prize:
EunYoung Lee,
South Korea, Piano

Christian Meny,
France, Piano
20,0

Special Awards:

Cello bow worth $2,000 from “L'Archet Brazil”:

  • Sas Magdalena, Poland, Cello

Violin bows from the celebrated virtuoso violinist Natasha Korsakova
and
from the violinist and conductor, professor Manrico Padovani:

  • Marta Gidaszewska, Poland, Violin
  • Julia Jones, USA, Violin
  • Katarzyna Olszewska, Poland, Violin

Sets of strings from "Thomastik - Infeld Vienna":

  • Irene Abrigo, Italy, Violin
  • Dostonbek Gulomjonov, Uzbekistan, Violin
  • Angelika Malerczyk, Poland, Violin
  • Andrei Mamara, Romania, Violin
  • Karina Kuzmina, Russia, Viola
  • Malwina Wyborska, Poland, Viola
  • Zuzanna Bachminska, Poland, Cello
  • Tamar Deutsch, Israel, Cello

Invitation to the 10th International Music Competition "The Muse" on Santorini island in Greece in September 2015 with free hotel accommodation for the duration of the competition and application fee waived from the electronic cigarette company "eSmokette" –

  • Jean Ying Fong, Singapore, Piano

 

Videos from the 2014 competition

Results of the "eMuse" Online Music Competition 2014