VC LIVE | 2022 Paderewski International Piano Competition

Tune in here from November 18-19 at 7PM CET for the Final Round

 

We’re coming to you from Bydgoszcz, Poland for the 12th International Paderewski Piano Competition.

The competition is open to pianists of all nationalities, born between 1990 and 2006, who have not been students of the Jurors in the last three years.

The competition is held to commemorate Ignacy Jan Paderewski, an outstanding pianist, composer and politician, and to promote young pianists and Polish culture worldwide. The first edition of the event was organized in 1961 and since 1998 the Competition has been held every three years.

The total prize value is 67 000 Euro. Prizewinners will also receive performance opportunities in prestigious music institutions.

 

 

NOVEMBER 18 | 7PM (CET)

FINAL ROUND

PADEREWSKI POMERANIAN PHILHARMONIC CONCERT HALL 

In the final round, the participants will play a piano concerto of their choice with the Pomeranian Hall Symphony Orchestra and conductor Jakub Chrenowicz.

 

Pawlak Piotr (Poland) 

L. van Beethoven – Concerto No. 4 in G major, Op. 58

Allegro moderato

Andante con moto

Rondo. Vivace

 

Krzyżowski Mateusz (Poland) 

K. Szymanowski – Symphony Concertante No. 4, Op. 60

Moderato

Andante molto sostenuto

Allegro non troppo, ma agitato as ausioso

 

Okui Shio (Japan) 

F. Chopin  – Concerto No. 2 in F minor, Op. 21

Maestoso

Larghetto

Allegro vivace

 

 

 

NOVEMBER 19 | 7PM (CET)

FINAL ROUND

PADEREWSKI POMERANIAN PHILHARMONIC CONCERT HALL 

In the final round, the participants will play a piano concerto of their choice with the Pomeranian Hall Symphony Orchestra and conductor Jakub Chrenowicz.

 

López Salas Pedro (Spain) 

F. Liszt – Concerto No. 1 in E-flat major

Allegro maestoso

Quasi Adagio

Allegro vivace – Allegro animato

Allegro marziale animato

 

Saienko Danylo (Ukraine) 

L. van Beethoven – Concerto No. 5 in E-flat major, Op. 73

Allegro

Adagio un poco moto

Rondo. Allegro

 


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