2017 The 1st Round Results

by iadcc posted May 20, 2017
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2017 The 1st Round Results

 

The International Antonín Dvořák Composition Competition announces the results of the first round of judging for 2017 as follows:


A. Junior Category

Name

Title of Composition

Country

George Papaeconomou Focus II - Chamber music Greece
Jihwan Yoon 4 Songs for baritone and piano South Korea
Jose Jesus Martínez-Espuig Rhapsody for Saxsophone alto and orchestra Spain
Jurica Hrenic Divertimento for string orchestra Croatia
Lidiia-Mariia Koshevaia Prague Quartet Russia
Peter Kohrman Don Juan - Character piece for orchestra USA
Roland Smith An Elegy for passion Canada
Ryan Henwood I think I made you up inside my head  Canada
Tristan Latchford A Conductor's Poem Great Britain
Vladica Mikicevic Music for clarinet and piano Serbia
Yucong Wang Violin Concerto No.1 China
Ywei Chern Goi Polarity Singapore


B. Senior Category

Name

Title of Composition

Country

Anna Danilova Dance in a Viennese Chair for flute and cello  Russia
Anna Stoyanova El jardin de senderos que se bifurcan  Ukraina
David John Roche "Ten Acre Riots!" For solo piano Great Britain
Jonathan Domingo "Scenes from the end of time" for SATB Choir and Orchestra Philippines
Julian Bennett Holmes Kyrie / Rhapsody on a Theme from A. Dvořák's Quartet No.7 USA
Jungmin Lee Inseguiménto - Trio for Violin, Clarinet in B flat and Piano South Korea
Lev Terner The color of night / Awakening City Russia
Matteo Christofori Alba di un giorno d'inverno Italy
Paulo Do Nascimento Brito Ten Episodes from “The Legend of the White Snake” Nos. 1,2,5,9 &10 Brazil
Sai Man Simon Yip A lustful night Hong Kong
Shuying Li Suite for Saxophones China
Sonia Brauhoff In nomine… for string quartet Poland

 

 

The eighth annual International Antonín Dvořák Composition Competition applications were received until April 7, 2017.
From among the applicants, Twenty four have been selected to participate in the second round of judging. 
The judges who participated in the judging committee took careful interest to ensure that all judgments were made fairly. 
Unfortunately, we were not able to select all the outstanding compositions received. The International Antonín Dvořák Composition Competition will do its best to continue to seek out and support able composers world-wide.
We hope to see those of you who were not selected next year with even more outstanding compositions.    
Thank you.

 

May 20  2017

International Antonín Dvořák
Composition Competition Committee
President. Antonín Dvořák III
Director. Choi, Young Chul