2019 Junior and Intermediate Competition Latest Results:
Intermediate Encouragement Prize – # 219 – Jonathan Kuo, Indonesia
Intermediate Concerto Finalist – # 222 Victor Shlyakhtenko
Intermediate Concerto Finalist – # 231 – Ningxin Zhan
Junior Concerto Finalist – # 119 – Nathaniel Zhang
Junior Concerto Finalist – # 124 – Ray Zhang
Junior Solo Finalists – 5 PM – Sat, Mar 30 – In Order of Appearance:
# 134 – Lucie Kim, 12, USA
# 127 – Hudson Ragins, 12 USA
# 119 Nathaniel Zhang, 12 USA
Intermediate Solo Finalists – 7 PM – Sat, Mar 30 – In Order of Appearance:
# 248 – Ryan Sheng, 15, USA
# 231 – Ningxin Zhan, 16, People’s Republic of China
# 217 – Kevin Cho, 16, USA
Scriabin Intermediate Prize Winners:
Juniors Advancing to the Solo Semi Finals Tues Night AT 6:30 pm in numerical order:
Sophie Chung = # 116 J (USA)
Shang-en Pai – # 118 J (People’s Republic of China)
Nathaniel Zhang – # 119 J (USA)
Hudson Ragins – # 127 J (USA)
Lucie Kim – # 134 J (USA)
Andrew Gu – #163 J (Germany)
The Waring sponsors three competition divisions:
Eligibility is determined by age on the first day of the Competition.
The Competition is held biennially with the Junior and Intermediate Competitions scheduled for 2019 and the Senior Competition scheduled for end of March, beginning of April, 2021.
All pianists must participate in the Solo and may participate in the Concerto competition. Separate awards are given for both solo and concerto divisions.
The Waring also sponsors Master Classes with distinguished teachers. Competitors are strongly encouraged to perform in or audit these valuable classes.
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