Laureats of 7th Competition

Nikita Mndoyants

Russia

I prize - 20 000 Euro
Born on March 31st,1989 in Moscow. He started to learn music at the age of 5. Study at theMoscow State Tchaikovsky Conservatoire . Gave concerts in Russia,Germany, Spain and others.

2004 - I prize at the International Youth Competition Performer-Composer in the memory of Anton Rubinstein in St. Petersburg

2005 – I prize at the Concerto Competition at the Tel-Hai in Israel

2006 – Semifinalist at the International Piano Competition in Leeds

1 000 Euro - Prize for the best Semi-Final recital

ADDITIONAL AWARDS:

· The ANIMATO Association in Paris - recital at the Cortot Hall in Paris

· Toruń City Hall – the Toruń Prize- recital in Toruń

· Recital at the Festival Annecy

· International Keyboard Institute & Festival- recital in New York

· Polish Music Center, University of Southern California, Los Angeles - recital in Paso Robles and Los Angeles

· Recital at the 63. International Chopin Festival in Duszniki Zdrój

· Concert in the Oskar Kolberg Świętokrzyska Philharmonic Hall

· The I. J. PaderewskiPomeranian Philharmonic prize for laureate of the 1st prize – concertwith the Symphonic Orchestra of the Pomeranian Philharmonic conductedby maestro Tadeusz Strugała on March 14, 2008 in the Assembly Hall ofthe Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań

· Half-recital at the Witold Lutosławski Festival

· Half-recital at the Warsaw Philharmonic

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Nikita Mndoyants

Nikita Mndoyants

Russia

Yulianna Avdeeva

Russia

II prize 12 000 Euro
Born on July 3rd,1985. Student at the Russian Gnessin Academy of Music and at theHochschule für Musik und Theater Winterthur Zurich. Gave concerts inRussia, Austria, the USA, France, Germany, Italy, Japan and others.

2002 – I prize at the International Competition for Young Pianists Arthur Rubinstein in Memoriam in Bydgoszcz

2003 – II prize at the International Piano Competition Spanish Composers in Madrid

– II prize at the Bremen Piano Contest

2005 – III prize at the Kurt Leimer Piano Competition in Zurich

– II prize at the International Competition for Piano with Orchestra Città di Cantú (Romantic Concerto)

2006 – II prize at the Concours de Genève (I prize was not given)

ADDITIONAL AWARDS:

· Recital in Radziejowice

· Polish Music Center, University of Southern California, Los Angeles - recital in Paso Robles and Los Angeles

· Chopin Foundation in Miami – recital in Miami

· Coordinación National de Música y Ópera- concert in The National Arts Museum in Mexico City

· Recital at the Festival de Musique de Menton
Recital at the 63. International Chopin Festival in Duszniki Zdrój

· Recital in Józef Elsner Philharmonic Hall in Opole

· Half-recital at the Warsaw Philharmonic

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Yulianna Avdeeva

Yulianna Avdeeva

Russia

Marianna Prjevalskaya

Spain

III prize - 8 000 Euro
Born on May 28th, 1982. In 2007 graduated from the Yale University School of Music . Gave concerts in Spain, USA, Great Britain and others.

2003 – I prize at the Chapel Medal Piano Competition in RCM

– I prize at the Dudley International Piano Competition

– II prize at the Beethoven Intercollegiate Piano Competition, London

2004 – III prize at the Kosciuszko Foundation Chopin Piano Competition

– II prize at the Young Concert Artists International Auditions in New York

ADDITIONAL AWARDS:

· Recital in the Henryk Wieniawski Lublin Philharmonic Hall

· Concert in the Artur Malawski Philharmonic Hall in Rzeszów

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Marianna Prjevalskaya

Marianna Prjevalskaya

Spain

Lilit Grigoryan

Armenia

IV prize - 5 000 Euro
Born on June 24th,1985. In 2002-2004 studied at the Komitas Yerevan State Conservatory.Study at the Hochschule für Musik und Theater in Hamburg. Gave concertsin Russia, Germany, France, Argentina, Syria and others.

2003 – I prize at the Marjan Mkhitaryan und Robert Atayan Competition of Youth Pianists-Players

– II prize at the Competition for Laureates of the “K. G. Orbelyan’s Cultural Exchange International Found”

– II prize at the Tbilisi International Competition of Young Pianists

ADDITIONAL AWARDS:

· Recital at the Festival d’Auvers-sur Oise

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Lilit Grigoryan

Lilit Grigoryan

Armenia

Melody Quah

Malaysia

V prize (ex aequo) - 4 000 Euro
Born on July 8th, 1988. Study at the Vancouver Academy of Music. Gave concerts in Malaysia, Japan, USA, Canada and others.

2000 – I prize at the National Panasonic Digital Piano Competition in Malaysia

2003 – prize at the Yamaha Australian Youth Piano Competition in Australia

2006 - II prize at the Pacific Piano Competition, Canada

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Melody Quah

Melody Quah

Malaysia

Pavel Raykerus

Russia

V prize (ex aequo) - 4 000 Euro
Born on April 4th, 1982. Study at the Moscow State Tchaikovsky Conservatory . Gave concerts in Russia, Poland, Germany and others.

2000 – I prize at the International Prokofiev Competition for Young Pianists

2001 – I prize at the International Szymanowski Piano Competition

2003 – II prize at the International Piano Contest Anton Rubinstein in Dresden

2005 - Semifinalist in the International Liszt Competition, Utrecht

1 500 Euro - Prize for the best performance of the two obligatory I. J. Paderewski’s works performed in the I stage

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Pavel Raykerus

Pavel Raykerus

Russia

VI prize was not awarded

Special prize – Łukasz Trepczyński, Poland

Born on April 21st, 1985. Study at the Szymanowski Academy of Music in Katowice. Gave concerts in many cities of Poland.

2002 – II prize at the Polish Władysław Kędra Chopin Competition in Łódź

2004 – I prize at the Polish High schools Piano Competition in Krakow

2005 – V prize at the Polish Chopin Piano Competition for candidates to the International

Frederic Chopin Piano Competition in Warsaw

2006 – I prize at the Polish Chopin Piano Competition in Warsaw

1 000 Euro – Prize for the best Polish participant classified to the Semi-final or Final

ADDITIONAL AWARDS:

· Regina Smendzianka Foundation – PIANO for the best Polish participant

· The Barbara Bielecka Musica Mundi Foundation – recital in Gdańsk for the best Polish finalist or person studying in Poland

· The Polish Institute in Bukarest – recital for the laureate

· The Polish Institute in Moscow – recital for the best Polish laureate

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ADDITIONAL AWARDS:

· The Paderewski Center – Kąśna Dolna – recital in Paderewski Manor in Kąśna Dolna – Joanna Różewska

· The Polish Institute in Bratislava recital for the laureate – Piotr Banasik

· The Polish Institute in Budapest – recital for the best Polish laureate – Radosław Sobczak

· The Polish Institute in Prague – recital for the laureate – Joanna Żabierek

· The Polish Institute in Sofia – recital for the laureate playing Polish repertoire – Paweł Wakarecy

· The Polish Institute in Stockholm – recital for the laureate – Paweł Wakarecy

Partners of the contest

Międzynarodowy Konkurs Pianistyczny im. I. J. Paderewskiego jest organizowany w ramach projektu pt. "Kujawsko-Pomorskie Menu Kulturalne 2013-2014" współfinansowanego ze środków Europejskiego Funduszu Rozwoju Regionalnego w ramach Regionalnego Programu Operacyjnego Województwa Kujawsko-Pomorskiego na lata 2007-2013 oraz ze środków budżetu Województwa Kujawsko-Pomorskiego.