Prize winners 2019

Mar 24, 2019

Category A:

1st prize: Ennian Bai, China 

2nd prize: Ryan Martin Bradshaw, Australia 

3rd prize: Hao Rao, China 

Carl Nielsen prize: Ryan Martin Bradshaw, Australia 
 

Category B:

1st prize: Jeonghwan Kim, South Korea 

2nd prize: David Munk-Nielsen, Denmark 

3rd prize: Ignas Maknickas, Lithuania 

4th prize: Junhyung Kim, South Korea 
Carl Nielsen prize: David Munk-Nielsen, Denmark 

 

Other prizes:

EMCY prize: David Munk-Nielsen, Denmark 

Audience prize: Ryan Martin Bradshaw, Australia 

Results of category A - 2nd round

Mar 22, 2019

The 3 prize winners in category A are (in alphabetical order):

Ennian Bay

Ryan Martin Bradshaw

Hao Rao

 

The order of prizes will be published at the final concert — March 23

Results of category B - 2nd round

Mar 21, 2019

The 4 finalists in category B who will continue to the final round are:

 

Jeonghwan Kim, South Korea 
Junhyung Kim, South Korea  

Ignas Maknickas, Lithuania 
David Munk-Nielsen, Denmark 

Results of category A - 1st round

Mar 20, 2019

These are the 10 pianists who will continue to 2nd round:

 
Ennian Bai, China 

Ryan Martin Bradshaw, Australia 
Maria Eydman, Germany 
Curtis Phill Hsu, USA 
Hoi Ching Sherri Lun, Hong Kong 
Rune Leicht Lund, Denmark 
Riccardo Martinelli, Italy 
Hao Rao, China 
Haolun Sun, China 
Richard Zhang, China 
 

Results of category B - 1st round

Mar 20, 2019

These are the 12 pianists who will continue to 2nd round:

 

Calvin Abdiel, Australia

Yangrui Cai, China

Hyungyu Ji, South Korea

Jeonghwan Kim, South Korea

Junhyung Kim, South Korea

Philipp Kirchner, Germany

Rebecca Leung, United Kingdom

Ignas Maknickas, Lithuania

David Munk-Nielsen, Denmark

Mariya Orlenko, Canada

Yangyang Ruan, China

Bocheng Wang, United Kingdom
 

 

The competition has startet

Mar 16, 2019

All 42 participants have arrived to Aarhus and the Competition can begin. We are looking very much forward to hearing all the talentet young people.

 

The ballot has been completed and programmes for 1st round has been published under schedule.

Participants 2019

Dec 20, 2018

We are happy to announce the names of the 42 pianists, who have been invited to Aarhus International Piano Competition 2019. The preselection jury did their choice based on anonymized recordings.
Congratulations to all participants. We look forward to meeting you all in Aarhus in March!

 

In Group A the following pianists have been invited:
Ennian Bai, China
Zexin Bao, China
Ekaterina Bonyushkina, Russia
Ryan Martin Bradshaw, Australia
Daphne Delicata, Malta
Maria Eydman, Germany
Curtis Phill Hsu, USA
Hyunmin Koo, South Korea
Hoi Ching Sherri Lun, Hong Kong
Rune Leicht Lund, Denmark
Vitalii Petrov, Russia
Hao Rao, China
Seungmin Shin, South Korea
Tabea Antonia Streicher, Germany
Haolun Sun, China
Yiguo Wang, China
Zhengyin Yang, China
Yoonji Yeo, South Korea
Hai Lun Yu, Canada
Chi Zhang, China

 

In Group B the following pianists have been invited:
Calvin Abidel, Australia
Yangrui Cai, China
Alex Cattaneo, Switzerland
Elisabeth Guang, Denmark
Hyungyu Ji, South Korea
Oleksii Kanke, Ukraine
Jeonghwan Kim, South Korea
Junhyung Kim, South Korea
Philipp Kirchner, Germany
Shinyoung Lee, South Korea
Rebecca Leung, United Kingdom
Delvan Lin, New Zealand
Yongqiu Liu, China
Ignas Maknickas, Lithuania
David Munk-Nielsen, Denmark
Yuna Nakagawa, Japan
Mariya Orlenko, Canada
Guoanni Qin, China
Yangyang Ruan, China
Simon Staub, Germany
Jannik Truong, Germany
Bocheng Wang, United Kingdom

Pre Jury

Dec 14, 2018

These days our wonderful preselection jury with Christopher Elton from United Kingdom, Tove Lønskov from Denmark and Uta Weyand from Germany is in Copenhagen. They are doing a big work in finding the 42 pianists, who will be invited for Aarhus International Piano Competition 2019. All recordings have been a anonymized so the jury members only know a number when they listen to the applicants. We expect to publish the results on 20th of December. Stay tuned for news!

 

Next competition

Aug 24, 2017

The next Aarhus International Piano Competition will take place in 2019 between March 15th and March 23rd

Prize winners of Aarhus International Piano Competition 2017

Mar 19, 2017

Category A:

1st prize: Kyle Hu, USA

2nd prize: Hao Wei Lin, Taiwan

3rd prize: Jun Li Bui, Canada

Carl Nielsen prize: Jun Li Bui, Canada

 

 

 

Category B:

1st prize: Rafael Kyrychenko, Portugal

2nd prize: Gustav Piekut, Denmark

3rd prize: Girim Choi, South Korea

4th prize: Natalie Schwamová, Czech Republic

Carl Nielsen prize: Gustav Piekut, Denmark

 

 

 

 

Other prizes:

Audience prize: Gustav Piekut, Denmark

Emcy prize: Gustav Piekut, Denmark

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Another documentary

Mar 18, 2017

Result of category A, 2nd round

Mar 17, 2017

The 3 prize winners have been found. The order of prizes will be announced at the final concert tomorrow March 18.

 

In alphabetical order:

 

Hao Wei Lin, Taiwan

Jun Li Bui, Canada

Kyle Hu, USA