Eleventh Van Cliburn International Piano Competition

The Eleventh Van Cliburn International Piano Competition took place in Fort Worth, Texas from May 25 to June 10, 2001.

Olga Kern and Stanislav Ioudenitch won the competition ex-aequo, while Maxim Philippov and Antonio Pompa-Baldi shared the silver medal.[1] It was the first time the two pianists earned the top prize.

The Eleventh Van Cliburn International Piano Competition was the first time in the history of the competition that the Van Cliburn Foundation commissioned more than one original composition. At the suggestion of composer John Corigliano, a 25-member nominating committee of distinguished musicians issued invitations to 42 noted American composers to submit solo piano scores 8 to 12 minutes in length. Thirty-one scores were submitted. Original works by four American composers were chosen: C. Curtis-Smith, Lowell Liebermann, James Mobberley, and Judith Lang Zaimont.[2]

JurorsEdit

ResultsEdit

Contestant R1 SF F
  Alessandra Maria Ammara    
  Maurizio Baglini    
  Dror Biran  
  Yuri Blinov  
  Stefania Cafaro  
  Yunjie Chen  
  Ying Feng  
  Davide Franceschetti    
  Tadashi Imai  
  Stanislav Ioudenitch      
  Paavali Jumppanen  
  Amir Katz  
  Olga Kern      
  Alexey Koltakov      
  Sergei Kudriakov    
  Chih-Han Liu  
  Albert Mamriev  
  Maxim Maniukov  
  Oxana Mikhailov  
  Anton Mordasov  
  Alexandre Moutouzkine  
  Masaru Okada    
  Jong-hwa Park  
  Jong-gyung Park  
  Maxim Philippov      
  Antonio Pompa-Baldi      
  Vassily Primakov    
  Andrew Russo  
  Edna Stern  
  Xiaohan Wang      
  Roger Wright  

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Results Archived 2013-04-14 at Archive.today in the competition's website
  2. ^ "1ST AMERICAN COMPOSERS INVITATIONAL AT CLIBURN COMPETITION". NewMusicBox. June 1, 2001. Retrieved December 2, 2013.