13th - 17th December 2019
Applications will open on 1st August 2019
Application deadline: 15th November 2019
1st prize Carla ROMÁN VÁZQUEZ (Spain)
2nd prize Alexander William WAGNER (Germany)
2nd prize Laman SEYIDOVA (Azerbaijan)
3rd prize Diana STOHNUSHENKO (Ukraine)
3rd prize Sofia Teresa ALUISI (Italy)
1st prize Colin Alexander PÜTZ (Germany)
2nd prize Anna MARCHUK (Russia)
3rd prize Philippe ELISTRATOV (France)
3rd prize Arda AYHAN (Turkey)
1st prize Rowel FRIERS (Ireland)
2nd prize Mate DOMOTOR (Hungary)
3rd prize Jiayin LI (China)
3rd prize Mai KAWASAKI (Germany/Japan)
Finalist Mona KURIBAYASHI (Japan)
Finalist Ariel CHEN (USA)
1st prize Andrei LESHKIN (Russia)
1st prize Antoni PIKUTA (Poland)
2nd prize Daniil BOGDANOV (Russia)
3rd prize Anna LIKHOTNIKOVA (Russia)
Finalist: Lenny BUI-VANDEPUT (Belgium)
CFIPC PRIZE Andrei LESHKIN
PUBLIC PRIZE Antoni PIKUTA
Date: Friday 14th December @19:00
Program: Scarlatti, Scriabin, Chopin, Beethoven & Franck.
Established in 2013 by Belgian pianist Philippe Raskin, the CFIPC mission is to encourage new generations of young pianists to transcend their own capabilities by providing an international platform.
With 50 participants originating from more than 26 different countries and an internationally acclaimed jury in 2018, the César Franck has already established itself as a leading competition for young musicians worldwide.
The incorporation of the competition, concerts and education program as a yearly event symbolizes our commitment and passion to the advancement of culture and education.
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