Candidates

 

After the appraisal of the 409 videos, the confirmation of partecipation and the inscription of other 9 candidates due to the convention of the Conservatory C.Monteverdi of Bolzano, the following candidates have been admitted to the Preselections:

 

A Jin Sohn
Alberto Olivo
Alessandro Riccardi
Alexander Panfilov
Alexandra Sikorskaya
Alexey Sychev
Alison Chiang
Ana Gogava
Anastasia Vorotnaya
Anatolii Kostiuchenko
Anna Dmytrenko
Anna Khomichko
Antonio Chen Guang
Arina Lazgiian
Arisa Onoda
Chiyan Wong
Clément Caillier
Costanza Principe
Daria Korotkova
Dario Zanconi
Deren Wang
Dongha Lee
Eddie Myunghyun Kim
Emanuil Ivanov
Evgeny Konnov
Fanya Lin
Federico Gad Crema
Georgijs Osokins
Giacomo Scaringella
Giovanni Bertolazzi
Giovanni Carraria Martinotti
Giuseppe Sortino
Gloria Cianchetta
Honggi Kim
Ingmar Lazar
Ivan Gusev
Jae Hong Park
Jakub Kuszlik
Jamie Wai Sze Shum
Jeong Hyun Yoon
Jiana Peng
Jihyung Youn
Jin-Hyeon Lee
Jonas Aumiller
Jong Won
Ka Jeng Wong
Kamil Borkowski
Kang Tae Kim
Katarzyna Golofit
Katherine Benson
Kazuya Saito
Kyosuke Miyano
Laurent-Grandpré Franck
Linzi Pan
Lu Ruan
Ludovica De Bernardo
Luigi Carroccia
Marcin Wieczorek
Marek Kozák
Maximilian Trebo
Mehdi Bilal Ghazi
Natalie Gabrielli
Nicolò Ferdinando Cafaro
Otal Josquin
Paskal Paskalev
Pavle Krstic
Philipp Lynov
Pillho Bae
Ping-Chen Hsieh
Qi Kong
Ran Feng
Riccardo Gagliardi
Robertas Lozinskis
Salih Can Gevrek
Seolhwa Kim
Seongju Noah Kim
Sergey Belyavskiy
Seung-Hyuk Na
Shiori Kuwahara
Shotaro Nishimura
Shuan Hern Lee
Simeon Goshev
Simone Ivaldi
Sophie Druml
Stefano Andreatta
Stephan Xie
Sung-Jae Kim
Sven Bauer
Svetlana Andreeva
Timofey Dolya
Tomislav Damjanovic
Tony Siqi Yun
Valentin Malinin
Valentina Kaufman
Vera Andrianova
Viacheslav Ronzhin
Vitaly Starikov
Wei-Ting Hsieh
Weixin Zhou
Xiaoya Wan
Yi-Yang Chen
Ying Li
Joon Yoon
Youbin Kim
Yui Fushiki
Yumin Wu
Yuna Tamogami
Zi Xu

Anna Geniushene

01/01/1991
Russian Federation

Born on the 1st January 1991 in Moscow, Anna Geniushene has commenced her Master of Arts degree at the Royal Academy of Music, studying under supervision of Professor Emeritus Christopher Elton. As the Royal Academy of Music scholar, Anna is generously supported by the ABRSM Scholarship as well as worldwide known organisation as English-Speaking Union. Her upcoming projects includes participation in the Finals of Feruccio Busoni Piano Competition (Bolzano, Italy, August, 2017), the one of the most prestigious competitions of present time, and Glasgow Piano Competition in Scotland (September, 2017). At the age of five, she began her piano studies at Shostakovich School of Music, where she was taught by Eleonora Tagusheva; then continued her education at Chopin College of Music, having studied there for 4 years with Irina Gabrielova. Anna has recently graduated from Moscow State Conservatory, where she made her Specialist degree under tuition of Professor Elena Kuznetsova. 
 Since the age of eight, Anna has been actively involved in the cultural life of Moscow: her early musical achievements included the Second Prize in the Schostakovich Music Competition (1998), as well as Grand-Prix in the Blütner International Competition (Russia, Kaliningrad, 2006). During the studying time, Anna became a prizewinner of many competitions, such as Schedrin Music Competition (1st Prize, Moscow, 2008), 14th Music Competition “Musika be sienu” (1st Prize, Lithuania, 2009), Romantic Music Festival for Young Musicians, (1st , Moscow, 2010), International Music Competition «Citta di Padova» (2nd , Italy, 2012) and Yudina International Music Competition (1st , Saint-Petersburg, Russia, 2015). In May 2017 she has been awarded the Second prize at Mauro Monopoli Competition (Barletta, Italy) as well as the First Prize and Audience Prize at Sheepdrove Piano Competition (Newbury, UK). Anna is delighted to have featured several times in encyclopedia “A Talented Youth- the Future of Russia” (2010). She is devoted ambassador of Russian culture throughout the world: she represented the Moscow Conservatory at the Kyoto International Music Festival in Japan, 2014; then in the autumn of 2015, Anna became a soloist of Saint-Petersburg House of Music, having received an invitation to play several concerts throughout Russia. She regularly takes part in masterclasses and collaborates with such renowed artists as Ferenc Rados, Rita Wagner, Klaus Hellwig, Kirill Gerstein, Imogen Cooper, Pavel Nersessian, Aleksandr Rabinovitch, Aleksander Sandler , Haenk Gouttard, Steven Osborne, Wolfgang Redik. Anna has an extensive repertoire from Baroque to the present day; except solo, she is a keen to play chamber music with other musicians and enjoys creative collaboration with a variety of instrumentalists.