Eighth Van Cliburn International Piano Competition

The Eighth Van Cliburn International Piano Competition took place in Fort Worth, Texas, from May 27 to June 11, 1989. Soviet pianist Alexei Sultanov won the competition, while José Carlos Cocarelli and Benedetto Lupo were awarded the Silver and bronze medals.[1]

William Schuman composed his Chester Variations for the competition, while Robert Rauschenberg created its official artwork.

JurorsEdit

ResultsEdit

Contestant R1 SF F
  Seizo Azuma  
  Jean-Efflam Bavouzet    
  Elisso Bolkvadze     6th
  Kathryn Brown  
  David Buechner  
  Pedro Burmester    
  Angela Cheng    
  Angela Cholakyan  
  José Carlos Cocarelli      
  Lora Dimitrova  
  Thomas Duis  
  Konstanze Eickhorst  
  Seung-un Ha  
  Eduardus Halim  
  Ivo Janssen  
  Jakob Jürgen  
  Hae-jung Kim  
  Rita Kinka  
  Kevin Kenner    
  Leonid Kuzmin  
  Jian Li  
  Hai Lin    
  Benedetto Lupo      
  Wolfgang Manz  
  Kazo Miki    
  Károly Mocsári  
  Predrag Mužijević  
  John Nauman  
  Shari Raynor  
  Veronika Reznikovskaya  
  Victor Sangiorgio  
  Alexander Shtarkman     4th
  Boris Slutsky  
  Ju-hee Suh  
  Alexei Sultanov      
  Hugh Tinney  
  Andrew Wilde  
  Tian Ying     5th

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Results in the competition's website