V BNDES International Piano Competition – 2016

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November 30 - December 10, 2016

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December, 2012

Check the candidates performances

Check Tamila Salimdjanova, Mikhail Berestnev and Nino Bakradze performances in the final round of the III Competition. Candidates played with Brazilian Symphony Orchestra conducted by Ligia Amadio on Saturday, December 8th, 2012.

 

Tamila Salimdjanova

Franz Liszt – Piano Concerto N. 1


 

 

Mikhail Berestnev

Sergei Prokofiev – Piano Concerto N. 3

 

 

Nino Bakradze

Ludwig van Beethoven – Piano Concerto N. 4

 

 

SEMI-FINAL ROUNDS

Check also videos of the semifinalists playing at the BNDES Theatre.

Yejin Noh plays Ravel “Scarbo”
Dongkyu Kim plays Liszt “Spanish Rhapsody”
Akihiro Sakyia plays Liszt “La Campanella”
Mikhail Berestnev plays Chopin “Étude n. 25, Op. 11″
Ronaldo Rolim plays Rachmaninoff “3 Études – Tableaux”
Nino Bakradze plays Balakirev “Islamey”
Sun-A Park plays Liszt “Hungarian Rhapsody n. 13″
Tamila Salimdjanova plays Liszt “Mephisto Waltz”

Yejin Noh plays Ravel “Scarbo” – Semifinal Round

Dongkyu Kim plays Liszt “Spanish Rhapsody” – Semifinal Round

Akihiro Sakyia plays Liszt “La Campanella” – Semifinal Round

Mikhail Berestnev plays Chopin “Étude n. 25, Op. 11″ – Semifinal Round

Ronaldo Rolim plays Rachmaninoff “3 Études – Tableaux” – Semifinal Round

Nino Bakradze plays Balakirev “Islamey” – Semifinal Round

Sun-A Park plays Liszt “Hungarian Rhapsody n. 13″ – Semifinal Round

Tamila Salimdjanova plays Liszt “Mephisto Waltz” – Semifinal Round

Tamila Salimdjanova wins III Competition

Tamila Salimdjanova (21) is the first prize winner of the III BNDES International Piano Competition of Rio de Janeiro. The pianist from Uzbekistan performed in the final round last Saturday at Theatro Municipal of Rio de Janeiro, playing Liszt Concerto N. 1 with the Brazilian Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Ligia Amadio.

The pianist also won the Audience Award granted for the first time in the Competition. Salimdjanova studies with Irina Plotnikova in Moscow State Conservatory, and was awarded in international competitions as Pro-Piano Romania (2003) and International Piano Competitions in Italy (2002/2005).

Mikhail Berestnev won the Second Prize, after playing Sergei Prokofiev Concerto N. 3. The Russian soloist (24) was awarded in international competitions as Neugaus Stanislaus (Russia, 2010) and Delphic Games (Belarus, 2008). Third Prize went to Nino Bakradze (28), from Georgia, who performed Beethoven Concerto N. 4. Nino studies currently in the New England Conservatory of Music.

Check pictures of the final round.