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Final Results and Special Prizes

October 10th 2013
Competition
final results
Stanislav Khristenko, Arseny Tarasevich-Nikolaev, François Dumont, Jiayan Sun

The CIPC extends its deepest thanks to the generous donors who presented this year’s prizes to our talented prize winners.

First Prize
Mixon First Prize of $50,000 to Stanislav Khristenko
Presented by Mr. and Mrs. A. Malachi Mixon III

Second Prize
Knowlton Second Prize of $25,000 to Arseny Tarasevich-Nikolaev
Presented by Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Manuel, with additional support from Mrs. Marvin A. Evenchik and The Park Foundation.

Third Prize
Cash award of $15,000 to François Dumont
Presented by Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Manuel

Fourth Prize
Cash award of $10,000 to Jiayan Sun
Presented by Dr. and Mrs. Richard S. Kaufman

Baroque Prize
$2,500 to Andrejs Osokins for the best performance of a Baroque composition, presented by Art of Beauty.

Beethoven Prize
$2,000 to Stanislav Khristenko for the best performance of a work by Beethoven, presented by the Evenchik family in memory of Barbara and Marvin Evenchik.

Cairns Family American Prize
$1,500 to Oskar Jezior for the best performance of an American work composed after 1944, presented by The Cairns Family Foundation.

Chopin Prize
$2,000 each to François Dumont and Ruoyu Huang for the best performances of a Chopin composition. One prize was presented by the William O. and Gertrude Lewis Frohring Foundation in memory of Gertrude Lewis Frohring. The additional prize was presented as a result of a jury tie by the Szilagyi family in honor of Elaine Frohring Szilagyi.

Contemporary Prize
$2,500 to Ben Schoeman for the best performance of a contemporary work, presented by Art of Beauty.

French Prize
$2,500 to François Dumont for the best performance of a composition by a French composer, presented by Maison Française de Cleveland.

Mozart Prize
$1,500 to Miao Huang for the best performance of a Mozart composition, presented by Dr. and Mrs. Richard S. Kaufman.

Russian Prize
$2,500 to Arseny Tarasevich-Nikolaev for the best performance of a composition by a Russian composer, presented by Dr. Boris Vinogradsky and Irina Vinogradsky, Esq.

Audience Prize
$1,500 to Jiayan Sun, voted Audience Favorite during the final round on August 9 and 10, presented by Shirley Dawson.

 


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