The Korean interpreter Jinhyung Park wins the 64th edition of the Jaén International Piano Competition of the Provincial Council
The Japanese Ryusei Horiuchi and the Hungarian Ivan Basic have completed the list of winners in this prestigious competition, the final of which was held yesterday at the Infanta Leonor Theater in Jáen.
The finalists of the Jaén International Piano Competition highlight the level of the contest before the decisive round that will take place tomorrow
The performers Jinhyung Park (South Korea), Ryusei Horiuchi (Japan) and Ivan Basic (Hungary) appreciate the hospitality and good weather in Jaén and show their desire to play in the final.
A Korean, a Japanese and a Hungarian will compete for the 64th Jaén International Piano Competition
The final of this prestigious competition will be held on Saturday, April 22, at the Infanta Leonor Theater, where these pianists will play accompanied by the Málaga Philharmonic Orchestra.
Six pianists from five different nationalities have qualified for the third stage of the 64th Jaén International Piano Competition.
Chamber music, accompanied by the Breton Quartet, will be the main focus of the semifinal, which can be followed through the YouTube channel of the Jaén Provincial Council.
A total of 18 pianists qualify for the second round of the 64th Jaén International Piano Competition
Starting tomorrow, the Infanta Leonor Theater will host the second stage in which contestants can also perform the commissioned work, Pulsos, by Juan José Solana.
The Jaén International Piano Competition reaches a record number of participants in its 64th edition, with 63 contestants from 20 countries
The Provincial Council organises this contest, which began yesterday with the draw for the order of performances of the pianists in the first qualifying round and the inaugural concert by Jean-Efflam Bavouzet.
The concert by Jean-Efflam Bavouzet opens this afternoon the 64th Jaén International Piano Competition
The final number of participants in this event will be known before the recital by the French pianist, in which he will perform works by Debussy, Chopin and Boulez..
Almost a hundred participants from 23 countries register in the 64th Jaén Piano Competition
This contest, organised by the Council, will be held from April 13 to 22 including additional activities, such as the placement of pianos in the street and a video-mapping on the facade of the Provincial Palace.
The American pianist Ángel Wang is announced the final winner of the 63rd edition of the City Council’s “Jaén” Piano Prize.
The Italian Alberto Ferro and the Korean Yeon-Min Park have won the prizes for second and third at the final of the prestigious competition, which took place at the Teatro Infanta Leonor in Jaén..
The finalists remarked on the outstanding organisation of the "Jaén" Piano Prize , which celebrates its last round tomorrow.
The pianists Angel Wang, Alberto Ferro and Yeon-Min Park have shown their delight for having participated in this competition, organised by the City Council, which, this year, has broken a new record in the number of participants..
A North-American, an Italian and a Korean will compete for the Council’s 63rd "Jaén" Piano Prize.
The renowned contest final will take place on Saturday, April 30th, at the Teatro Infanta Leonor, where the 3 pianists will play accompanied by the Orquesta Filarmónica de Málaga..
The round featuring chamber music alongside the Bretón String Quartet will prove decisive in the selection of finalists for the City Council’s 63rd "Jaén" Piano Prize.
As an introductory passage to Saturday's final performance, on Friday, April 29th, a groundbreaking light projection will be lit up the front façade of the Jaén Town Hall..
Six pianists from different countries seek to qualify for the final round of the 63rd Jaén Piano Prize.
Chamber music, accompanied by the Bretón String Quartet (Cuarteto Bretón), will be the highlight of this third qualifying round, which can be followed on the YouTube channel for the Jaén City Council..
A total of 18 pianists have qualified for the second round of the 63rd Jaén Piano Competition.
Tomorrow, the Teatro Infanta Leonor will host the second round in which the contestants will perform a commissioned work by Laura Vega, Poema a un amor eterno.
The "Jaén" Piano Prize registers a record number of participants in its 63rd edition, with 58 contestants from 16 countries.
The City Council organises the competition, which began today with a draw to determine the order in which the pianists will partake in this competition, together with the opening concert by Francesco Piemontesi..