The International Anton Rubinstein Competition 2018 - PIANO

5. & 6. May 2018, Dusseldorf

The International Anton Rubinstein Competition for Piano 2018 supports and promotes talented, young musicians, music students, soloists, and prospective orchestral musicians by providing a platform for competition and with its prestigious awards.

Venue: Internationale Musikakademie Anton Rubinstein, Flingerstr. 1, 40213 Düsseldorf.

 Jury

  • Gabriele Leporatti
  • Alla Blatow
  • Mikhail Mordvinov

 Competition awards

  • 1st Prize - 1000 €
  • 2st Prize - 750 €
  • 3st Prize - 500 €

 Participants - Final Round

  • Simon Huonder, Die Schweiz
  • Hyein Jeon, Südkorea
  • Dahea Joung, Südkorea
  • Alicia Juan, USA
  • Anna Khomichko, Russland
  • Doyeon Kim, Südkorea
  • Esther Kim, Südkorea
  • Manami Matsuura, Japan
  • Vincent Neeb, Deutschland
  • Martin Nöbauer, Österreich
  • Nana Okumura, Japan
  • Kyoungsun Park, Südkorea
  • Maria Diana Petrache, Rumänien
  • Anne Riegler, Deutschland
  • Zhora Sargsyan, Armenien
  • Simone Alessandro Tavoni, Italien
  • Marina Vasilyeva, Russland
  • Ondřej Zavadil, Tschechische Republik
  • You Zou, China
  • Maria von Knebel, Deutschland

 Participants - I. Round

  • Asiya Akperova, Russland
  • Svyatoslav Antipov, Großbritannien
  • Junyi Chen, Kanada
  • Timothy Chiang, Australien
  • Hashimoto Chika, Japan
  • Fem Devos, Belgien
  • Federico Di Noto, Italien
  • Rachel Doubijanski, Deutschland
  • Shigetoshi Ezawa, Japan
  • Giulio Ferré, Frankreich
  • Chisato Fukumoto, Japan
  • Nelli Goncharuk, Ukraine
  • Ayane Hada, Japan
  • Hee Jun Han, Südkorea
  • Luka Hauser, Deutschland
  • Hector Estuardo Hernandez Villatoro, Guatemala
  • Nga Naat Anna Vienna Ho, China
  • Simon Huonder, Die Schweiz
  • Jennifer Jennifer, Indonesien
  • Hyein Jeon, Südkorea
  • Dahea Joung, Südkorea
  • Alicia Juan, USA
  • Hanbyul Jung, Südkorea
  • Seong-Joo Kang, Südkorea
  • Cheongah Kang, Südkorea
  • Anna Khomichko, Russland
  • Hayoung Kim, Südkorea
  • Doyeon Kim, Südkorea
  • Esther Kim, Südkorea
  • Hyunji Kim, Südkorea
  • Minjae Kim, Südkorea
  • Moe Kinoshita, Japan
  • Jovana Kosanovic, Serbien
  • Koki Kuroiwa, Japan
  • Ester Lecha Jover, Spanien
  • Hua Hsuan Lee, Taiwan
  • Zhuying Li, China
  • Yewon Lim, Südkorea
  • Pin-Shiuan Lin, Taiwan
  • Manami Matsuura, Japan
  • Carlo Michini, Italien
  • Alexandra Mkrtichyan, Russland
  • Vincent Neeb, Deutschland
  • Tuomas Nikkanen, Finnland
  • Yana Nikolaienko, Ukraine
  • Martin Nöbauer, Österreich
  • Nana Okumura, Japan
  • Kaoli Ono, Frankreich
  • Taketo Otsubo, Japan
  • Ji-Eun Park, Südkorea
  • Kyoungsun Park, Südkorea
  • Alexandra Pavlichenko, Lettland
  • Maria Diana Petrache, Rumänien
  • Valeria Petrenko, Russland
  • Robbin Reza, Australien
  • Anne Riegler, Deutschland
  • Zhora Sargsyan, Armenien
  • Minako Satake, Japan
  • Jan Satler, Slovenien
  • Nanami Sato, Japan
  • Yoshio Seki, Japan
  • Tikhon Selivanov, Russland
  • Nina Seryodkina, Kazakhstan
  • Pedro Silvestre, Portugal
  • Simone Alessandro Tavoni, Italien
  • Aloysius Kevin Trisna, Indonesien
  • Aliya Turetayeva, Deutschland
  • Marina Vasilyeva, Russland
  • Zifan Ye, China
  • Evgeny Zaretskiy, Russland
  • Ondřej Zavadil, Tschechische Republik
  • Tianyu Zhou, China
  • You Zou, China
  • Maria von Knebel, Deutschland

 Entry conditions

  1. The International Anton Rubinstein Competition für Piano 2018 is organized by the International Music Academy Anton Rubinstein in Düsseldorf and will take place in the International Music Academy Anton Rubinstein in Düsseldorf, Germany on May 5th & 6th, 2018.
  2. Pianists of all nationalities and ages may take part in this competition.
  3. The competition will take place in two rounds, from which the Jury will decide the winners.
  4. The first round will be completed via video link on YouTube . The results will be announced via email on April 11th, 2018.
  5. The final will take place in the Concert Hall of the International Music Academy Anton Rubinstein, Germany.
  6. The final of competition is open to the public.
  7. A maximum of 20 candidates will be advanced to the Second Round. This decision will be made by the International Music Academy Anton Rubinstein, using the recordings from the first round.
  8. The International Music Academy Anton Rubinstein will determine the order in which the competitors perform.
  9. The repertoire for the first round can be freely chosen by the candidate, but must be max. 30 minutes long.
  10. For the final, the candidates must present a program which does not exceed a 30 minute time limit. The repertoire choice for the second round is free, must be performed by memory and may include works from the first round.
  11. In the final, the jury has the right to interrupt any performance that exceeds the 30-minute time limit.
  12. The works, which require a preparation of the grand piano, are excluded from the competition
  13. The final results will be announced on Sunday evening, May 6th, 2018 at 8 pm.
  14. All participants must be present when the competition results are announced.
  15. With their registration, participants authorize the organizer, i.e. the International Music Academy Anton Rubinstein, to use all photo, video and audio material of the competition at its discretion.
  16. The decision of the jury is final and incontestable.
  17. With his or her registration, the candidate agrees to the rules and regulations of the competition.
  18. Registration Deadline: April 4th, 2018
  19. Registration fee: 70€ before March 3th, 2018, and 90 € thereafter.
  20. The registration fee is non-refundable.