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Winners of the 14th Van Cliburn International Piano Competition announced

11 June 2013

Silver Medalist Beatrice Rana
Silver Medalist Beatrice Rana© Julien Faugere


The Texas-based Van Cliburn International Piano Competition has concluded its 14th instalment and named Vadym Kholodenko, 26, as recipient of the Nancy Lee and Perry R. Bass Gold Medal and Van Cliburn Winner's Cup.

The silver medalist is Beatrice Rana, 20, Italy (IP’s One to Watch in issue 19, May/June edition). The crystal award winner is Sean Chen, 24, from the US.

Kholodenko, who hails from Ukraine, will receive a cash award of $50,000; career management and international and US concert tours for the three concert seasons following the Competition; studio and live recordings produced by harmonia mundi usa; and performance attire provided by Neiman Marcus.

Rana and Chen will each receive a cash award of $20,000; career management and US concert tours for the three concert seasons following the Competition; and a live recording produced by harmonia mundi usa of Competition performances. 

The remaining three finalists will receive cash awards of $10,000 each, and concert tours and management for three concert seasons. They are Fei-Fei Dong, 22, China; Nikita Mndoyants, 24, Russia; and Tomoki Sakata, 19, Japan.

OTHER AWARDS

The Steven de Groote Memorial Award for the Best Performance of Chamber Music, with a cash prize of $6,000, was awarded to Vadym Kholodenko, 26, Ukraine. 

The Beverley Taylor Smith Award for the Best Performance of a New Work, with a cash prize of $5,000, was awarded to Vadym Kholodenko, 26, Ukraine.

The winner of the John Giordano Jury Discretionary Award, with a cash prize of $4,000, is Steven Lin, 24, United States.

The winner of the Raymond E. Buck Jury Discretionary Award, with a cash prize of $4,000, is Alessandro Deljavan, 26, Italy.

The winner of the Jury Discretionary Award, with a cash prize of $4,000, is Claire Huangci, 23, United States.

The Audience Award was voted on by almost 24,000 visitors to www.cliburn.org. The Audience Award winner, Beatrice Rana, will receive a cash award of $2,500.

The semifinalists will receive cash awards of $5,000 each. Preliminary Round competitors will receive cash awards of $1,000 each.

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