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Winners of the 13th Mikael Tariverdiev International Organ Competition announced – Rossiyskaya Gazeta

Date: May 30, 2024 Time: 19:18:09

The president of the jury, Ioann Vekso, when presenting the winner with a figure of an organ angel, said: “For several days we were lucky to listen to the excellent interpretation of very interesting programs. It was very exciting for us to learn new interpretations “And the news of the national styles of our contestants. I thank Vera Tariverdieva and her team, who organized such a successful competition.”

The winner of the first prize was the Russian Maria Koronova. Maria Koronova, originally from Ust-Ilimsk, is currently studying at the St. Petersburg Conservatory. ABOUT HIM. Rimsky-Korsakov. Maria also received a diploma for the best musical performance from Mikael Tariverdiev.

“It still hasn’t fully dawned on me that I won the contest,” says Maria. “I really remember the state in which, halfway through the program in the final, I realized that I was not worried. I hope this is a sign that I have won the contest.” She moved on to another level of performance, relationships “for performance. I tried to prepare myself: of course, this is a competition. You came to demonstrate what you have gained over the years of studying the organ.”

Xiaofeng He, a student at China Central Conservatory, won second prize. For the first time in the history of the competition, one of the winners was a representative of the People’s Republic of China.

Jean Nouvel-Halou (France), a student at Sorbonne University, won third prize at the 13th International Organ Competition named after Mikael Tariverdiev. Jean, being in Russia for the first time, specifically requested to participate in the Moscow round of the contest, where he was selected by a professional jury headed by Eugenio Maria Faggiani (Italy). The young musician won the sympathy not only of the jury, but also of the Russian public.

Aida Glukhova and Elena Maleva from Russia received the competition diplomas. The Georgy Boos “Hope of the Fatherland” special prize was awarded to the youngest finalist of the competition, Irina Kryukova, a 15-year-old student of the Edvard Grieg Children’s Music School in Moscow.

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The XIII International Organ Competition named after Mikael Tariverdiev was held with the support of the Ministry of Culture of the Russian Federation, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation and the government of the Kaliningrad Region in Kaliningrad on 3 to September 8, 2023. The jury consists of world-famous organists: Daniel Zaretsky (Russia), Alexey Shmitov (Russia), Eugenio Maria Faggiani (Italy), Jean-Pierre Stivers (Netherlands), Yuan Shen (China) , Elke Volker (Germany), Wolfgang Reisinger (Austria). The president of the jury is John Vexo (France). The art director of the competition is Vera Tariverdieva.

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