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ARD International Music Competition 2019 Participants and Results

Published at: 12-9-2019

At a glance

The 68th ARD International Music Competition in Munich is open for the following categories: Clarinet, Violocello, Bassoon, and Percussion. By clicking on one of the following categories, you will get the (preliminary) results of this year's admitted competitors.

Clarinet, September 2 – 11

Program and Schedule Final File format: PDF Size: 159,03 KB

Program and Schedule Semi-finals File format: PDF Size: 86,34 KB

Program and Schedule 2nd Round File format: PDF Size: 138,69 KB

Program and Schedule 1st Round File format: PDF Size: 127,95 KB

Mattia Aceto, Italy
Ferran Arbona Lluch, Spain
Tiago Bento, Portugal
Zilvinas Brazauskas, Lithuania – Semi-final
Carlos Brito Ferreira, Portugal – 2nd Prize
Antonio Capolupo, Italy – 2nd Round
Yung-Yuan Chiang, Taiwan (R.O.C.) – 2nd Round
Aron Chiesa, Italy
Joë Christophe, France – 1st Prize
Minkyung Chu, South Korea – 2nd Round
Wongyo Chung, South Korea
Jelmer de Moed, Netherlands
Víctor Díaz Guerra, Spain
Anna Gagane, Latvia
Kévin Galy, France – 2nd Round
Roman Gerber, Germany
Susanne Geuer, Germany
Ioan Radu Grelus, Rumania
Sae Higashi, Japan
José Luis Inglés Martínez, Spain
Ya-Yun Jian, Taiwan (R.O.C.)
Youjin Jung, South Korea – 2nd Round
Morta Kacionaite, Lithuania
Miru Kang, South Korea
Bixby Kennedy, USA
Felicia Kern, Germany
Han Kim, South Korea – 2nd Prize + Audience Prize
Jinsu Kim, South Korea
Wooyun Kim, South Korea
Adrian Krämer, Germany
Dahye Kwon, South Korea
Matteo Mastromarino, Italy – 2nd Round
Cristina Mateo Saez, Spain – 2nd Round
Lauriane Maudry, France
Tatsuyoshi Mikai, Japan
Hector Manuel Noriega Othon, Mexico
Jérémy Oberdorf, France
Yuria Otaki, Japan
Benjamin Pallagi, Hungary
ByungHo Park, South Korea
Álvaro Pastor Jiménez, Spain
Anna Paulová, Czech Republic – Semi-final
Jing Peng, China
Adrien Philipp, Switzerland
Sérgio Pires, Portugal – 2nd Round
Baptiste Rollet, France
Lorenzo Salvá Peralta, Spain
Nemorino Scheliga, Germany
Kyuho Shim, South Korea
Yongjin Shin, South Korea
Ange Sierakowski, France
Sunho Song, South Korea
Blaz Sparovec, Slovenia – Semi-final
Yumeki Terunuma, Japan
Amaury Viduvier, France – 2nd Round
Frederik Virsik, Germany
Ning Zhang, China
Huibin Z

Violoncello, September 4 – 13

Program and Schedule Final File format: PDF Size: 158,6 KB

Program and Schedule Semi-final File format: PDF Size: 159,46 KB

Program and Schedule 2nd Round File format: PDF Size: 114,63 KB

Program and Schedule 1st Round File format: PDF Size: 146,12 KB

Riana Anthony, USA
Beata Antikainen, Finland
Friederike Luise Arnholdt, Germany
Basile Auslaender, France/Switzerland
Joel Blido, Germany
Nepomuk Braun, Germany
Konstantin Bruns, Germany
Pin-Jyun Chen, Taiwan
Min Suk Cho, South Korea
Ye Lin (Stella) Cho, South Korea
Hayoung Choi, South Korea
Yehjin Chun, South Korea
Simone Drescher, Germany
Chiara Enderle Samatanga, Switzerland
Rolando Fernandez, Mexico
Jeremias Fliedl, Austria
Jérémy Garbarg, France – Semi-final
Johannes Gray, USA
Fedor Grigoriev, Russia
Anouchka Hack, Germany
Sihao He, China – 3rd Prize
Christoph Heesch, Germany – 2nd Round
Natania Hoffman, Italy/USA
Stéphanie Huang, Belgium
Raphaël Jouan, France – 2nd Round
Minji Kang, South Korea
Ivan Karizna, Belarus
Min Ji Kim, South Korea – 2nd Round
Stanislas Kim, France
Marcel Johannes Kits, Estonia – Semi-final
Maciej Kulakowski, Poland
Benjamin Lai, USA/Taiwan – 2nd Round
Christine JeongHyoun Lee, South Korea
Kanghyun Lee, South Korea
Yeong-Kwang Lee, South Korea – 2nd Round
Olivier Marger, France
Laura Moinian, Germany
Guilherme Nardelli Monegatto, Brazil
Erica Piccotti, Italy
Florian Pons, France
Nadège Rochat, France/Switzerland – 2nd Round
Haruma Sato, Japan – 1st Prize
Andreas Schmalhofer, Germany
Katarina Schmidt, Germany/Schweden
Oleksiy Shadrin, Ukrain – 2nd Round
Lev Sivkov, Russia
Ivan Skanavi, Russia – 2nd Round
Anton Spronk, Netherlands/Switzerland – Semi-final
Sayaka Selina Studer, Japan/Switzerland – 2nd Round
Ildikó Szabó, Hungary
Friedrich Thiele, Germany – 2nd Prize + Audience Prize
Michiaki Ueno, Japan
Volodia Van Keulen, France
Guillaume Wang, Australia – 2nd Round

Bassoon, September 6 – 14

Program and Schedule Final File format: PDF Size: 157,17 KB

Program and Schedule Semi-final File format: PDF Size: 159,87 KB

Program and Schedule 2nd Round File format: PDF Size: 108,95 KB

Program and Schedule 1st Round File format: PDF Size: 129,38 KB

Marta Alvarez, Spain – 2nd Round
Rafael Angster, France
Denisa Beňovská, Slovakia
Javier Biosca, Spain – 2nd Round
Marie Boichard, France – Semi-final
Sophie Breit, Austria
Ariane Bresch, France
Andrea Cellacchi, Italy – 2nd Price
Mary Chalk, Canada
Younghak Cheon, South Korea
Kwang-Hyun Cho, South Korea
Valeria Curti, Switzerland – 2nd Round
Benjámin Dolfin, Hungary
Thomas Dulfer, Netherlands
Anna Ernst, Germany
Gordon Fantini, Italy
Paulo Ferreira, Portugal – 2nd Round
Kenichi Furuya, Japan – 2nd Round
Sara Galán Rica, Spain
Francesco Giussani, Italy
Alba González Ruiz, Spain
Lukas Grubinger, Austria
Jeon Jisu, South Korea
Relja Kalapis, Serbia
Jinsol Kim, South Korea
Minju Kim, South Korea
Eunho Lee, South Korea
Marceau Lefèvre, France – 2nd Round
Ju Hyung Lim, South Korea
Clara Manaud, France – 2nd Round
Aline Maurer, Austria
Szymon Michalik, Poland
Yota Minakami, Japan
Mihael Mitev, Slovenia – 2nd Round
Alexandre Molina Solís, Spain
Daniel Mota, Portugal – 2nd Round
Lena Nagai, Japan
Kazuki Nagata, Japan
Baris Önel, Turkey
Alvaro Pestaña Diez, Spain
Magdalena Pircher, Austria
Theo Plath, Germany – 3rd Price
Kaspar Reh, Germany
Amandine Riviere, France
Diana Rohnfelder, Germany – 2nd Round
Théo Sarazin, France
Maike Schieferecke, Germany
Marlene Schwärzler, Austria – 2nd Round
Petra Seidl, Austria
Ignacio Soler Pérez, Spain – Semi-final
Michaela Spackova, Czech Republic – Semi-final
Mathis Stier, Germany – 2nd Price + Audience Prize
Lisanne Traub, Germany
Shao-Jung Wang, Taiwan (R.O.C.)
Haruka Yoshida, Japan

Percussion, September 6 – 15

Program and Schedule Final File format: PDF Size: 157,81 KB

Program and Schedule 1st Round File format: PDF Size: 170,18 KB

Program and Schedule Semi-final File format: PDF Size: 152,81 KB

Program and Schedule 2nd Round File format: PDF Size: 95,33 KB

Weiqi Bai, China – 3rd Prize
Hyeji Bak, South Korea
Marianna Bednarska, Poland
Dominik Englert, Germany
Peter Fleckenstein, Germany
Sofia Garzotto, Italy
Elliott Gaston-Ross, Great Britain
Aurélien Gignoux, France/Switzerland – 2nd Prize
Kalle Hakosalo, Finland – 2nd Round
Nozomi Hiwatashi, Japan – Semi-final
Nikolay Ivanov, Bulgaria
Seorim Lee, South Korea
Jürgen Leitner, Austria
Augustin Lipp, Switzerland – Semi-final
Aya Masui, Japan
Agostinho Sequeira, Portugal – 2nd Round
Luca Staffelbach, Switzerland
Kai Strobel, Germany – 1st Prize + Audience Prize
Sam Um, USA – Semi-final


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