• 9 piano experts

    The jury
  • 28 participants

    Selected pianists
  • 22 x Beethoven

    In four competition rounds
  • X piano enthusiasts

    In the city of Beethoven's birth
  • 3 prizewinners

    Countless impressions

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05. August 2015
Wie im vergangenen Wettbewerb suchen wir musikbegeisterte Gastfamilien im Bonner Raum, die über ein Klavier verfügen und bereit wären, einen Pianisten oder eine Pianistin bei sich aufzunehmen. Anmeldungen können bis zum 7. September 2015 an das Projektbüro geschickt werden!
19. June 2015
In early June, the selection panel - consisting of Prof. Pavel Gililov, Prof. Jacob Leuschner and Prof. Andreas Frölich - reviewed a total of 95 submissions and chose the 28 participants for this year’s competition. The nine female and 19 male pianists are between 20 and 32 years of age and come from 12 different nations.

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Dates

  • 2015, September 9 - 8:00pm,
    Celebrating the 150th Anniversary of Jean Sibelius in 2015
    Soo-Jung Ann (1st prize 2013)

    Soo-Jung Ann started playing the piano at the age of 6 and studied at Yewon Art School and the preparatory school of the Korean National University of Arts (KNUA). Now she is studying for a postgraduate course in Mozarteum since 2012. Soo-Jung Ann has performed widely throughout her native country Korea in addition to Ireland, France, Japan, Poland, Russia and Spain...

    Soo-Jung Ann
  • 2015, September 20 - 11:00am, Schumannhaus Bonn
    Prizewinner Concert
    Soo-Jung Ann (1st prize 2013)

    Soo-Jung Ann started playing the piano at the age of 6 and studied at Yewon Art School and the preparatory school of the Korean National University of Arts (KNUA). Now she is studying for a postgraduate course in Mozarteum since 2012. Soo-Jung Ann has performed widely throughout her native country Korea in addition to Ireland, France, Japan, Poland, Russia and Spain...

    Soo-Jung Ann
  • 2015, October 25 - 11:00am,
    BASF "Junge Pianisten"
    Stefan Cassomenos (2nd prize 2013, Special prize chamber music 2013)

    Melbourne pianist and composer Stefan Cassomenos studied at the University of Melbourne. Stefan began performing internationally at age ten. He now gives frequent solo recitals around Australia to wide critical acclaim, and he has performed throughout Europe and Asia...

    Stefan Cassomenos
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  • Bruno Mereu from Italy performed already at numerous international festivals and was even broadcasted on Italian radio. Welcome!
    03.09.2015
  • Music critic David Duba described Zhenni Li as “...a magnetic pianist with fire and poetry”. We are eager to listen to her piano playing in December.
    01.09.2015
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