Australia Piano World is proud to present the event, The Stage For You, benefiting the young Pianist with more experience and confidence on-stage, as well as more passion in classical music. Fantastic news for the neighbourhood! We give the opportunity for young piano players to perform on our prestigious Sauter Grand Piano, fully manufactured and assembled in Germany. We release very limited spots available for this wonderful opportunity – just to benefit our aspiring pianists and music lovers.
Sydney, 390 Eastern Valley Way, Chatswood, NSW 2067
Melbourne, 1/200 Princes Hwy, Dandenong, VIC 3175
Gold Coast, 8 Case St, Southport, QLD 4215
5.00 pm 30th October
Free for the Customer of Australia Piano World
$30 for Non-Customer
Each performer can be companion with 3 audiences, extra audience costs $10/pp.
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1.Performer: 5-16 years old
Australia Piano World customer $0 per family
non-customer $30 per family (maximum 3 audiences included)
Candidate list follows registration order
2.First-time candidates of Stage For You have higher priority than previous participants, however, a waiting list is available.
Australia Piano World customer $0 per family
non-customer $10 per family
All piano lovers are welcome to this event.
4.An only limited number of candidates will be accepted, please register as soon as possible. The application starts from now on, portal will be closed after full registration. For register cancellation, please notify us two weeks in advance. Unannounced cancellation might influent your future benefits of Australia Piano World.
5.No piece should be longer than 7 minutes, only one piece per performer. All level candidates are welcome to this event.
Registering with mini-program via Wechat.
Registering by filling the form:
Remittance Screenshoot (Attachment For Paying Registration Fee)
(Please indicate invoice number if not paying for the registration fee)
Venue: Australia Piano World Gold Coast (Southport QLD)
WORLD TOP PIANISTS
Performances and Master classes by WORLD TOP PIANIST almost everyday! Gain a deeper understanding and appreciation of their approaches to music performance and technique.
Opening Concert, World Top pianist concert, Charity Concert, Sauter Night Concert. Revel in the opportunity to learn from and work with top Pianists.
National Young Pianists competition Final. (Participants come from Australia Piano Word annual competition prize winners.) Be encouraged to perform and grow, build your confidence and win Big Prizes!
AMEB workshop will inspire your learning and support achievement. Good opportunity to understand more about Music Assessment and Examinations.
SAUTER NIGHT DINNER PARTY
Enjoy Sauter Night with iconic food and fantastic music.
All winners will receive certificates and trophies. Cash Rewards and Voucher Rewards are waiting for you!
Award winning young pianists will be invited to perform at the concerts, at venues including Sydney Conservatorium of Music (16th Nov, 2019) and on the stage of Australia Piano World. The winners will also have the opportunity to be invited as special guest performers at next year’s Festival.
Parent will enjoy the nice accommodation and beautiful journey with students.
Artists and Judicators
Eugene Mursky received his first piano instructions when he was six years old at a youth music school. Two years later, he was admitted to the class of the famous piano pedagogue, Tamar Popovich, at an institute for highly talented children. At the age of twelve, Mursky made his first trip to Moscow to study with Professor Lev Naumov. The following year, at age 13. In 1989 Mursky was awarded the First Prize at the Piano Competition of Uzbekistan. In 1990, he won the “Grand Prix” at the fifth Frunze International Piano Competition. In 1994, the high point in Mursky’s artistic career came when he was awarded First Prize in the World Piano Competition of London under the auspices of Princess Diana. In addition to the first prize, Mursky was awarded a special prize for the best interpretation of Chopin In 1997 and 1998, Eugene Mursky continued his studies with Professor Einar Steen-Nokleberg at the State College of Music in Hannover, Germany. He then graduated with honors with his advanced degree (Ph.D. Music equivalent) in Solo Performance. In the following years he won First Prize at several competitions: the “Concours Grieg 2000” in Oslo, the Bremen International Piano Competition 2001 and “.Denza” International Piano Competition in Naples 2002. From 1998 to 2003, Eugene Mursky studied in Salzburg and received the “Mozarteum Award.”
2. Natasha Vlassenko
Head of Keyboard at the Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University Vlassenko was a graduate of Moscow Central Music School under Eleonora Musaelyan. In 1977, she won third prize at the International Beethoven Competition in Vienna. In 1985, she went on to win third prize at the Ferruccio Busoni International Piano Competition in Bolzano, Italy.
Concert Pianist, Chamber Musician and Teacher Rita studied with the legendary Rudolf Serkin at the Curtis Institute and she became the Institute’s youngest graduate at 17, winning the highest award for the most promising and outstanding pianist. Four years later she received her Master’s degree from the Julliard School. A child prodigy, Rita made her first public appearance when she was three, playing Beethoven’s Pathetique Sonata on television in Australia. At 10 she made her American debut with the Detroit Symphony Orchestra and gave a solo performance at 11 with the Philadelphia Orchestra. Rita has performed with many of the world’s leading conductors and in recital in France, Italy, America, Poland, Sweden, Austria, Canada, Israel, South Africa, Belgium, China and Australia, twice performing in the White House for the President of the USA and was invited to perform for Prince Charles and the late Princess Diana.
Russian pianist Konstantin Shamray studied in Moscow at the Russian Gnessin Academy of Music with Professors Tatiana Zelikman and Vladimir Tropp, and the Hochschule fur Musik in Freiburg, Germany with Professor Tibor Szasz. In 2008, Konstantin won First Prize at the Sydney International Piano Competition. He is the first and only competitor to date in the 40 years of the competition to win both First and People’s Choice Prizes, in addition to six other prizes. He partnered with the Australian String Quartet for their 13-concert National Subscription Tour of 2009 and recorded CDs for the labels Naxos, ABC Classics and Fonoforum. He has performed with the Russian National Philharmonic, the Mariinsky Theatre Orchestra, Moscow Virtuosi, Orchestre National de Lyon, Prague Philharmonia, Belgrade Philharmonic Orchestra and the Sydney Symphony among others under the baton of distinguished conductors including Vladimir Spivakov, Dmitry Liss, Tugan Sokhiev, Nicholas Milton and Alexandr Vedernikov.
Since winning a series of major competitions in Germany, Austria (2009 International Beethoven Competition in Vienna), and the United States (2011 Cleveland International Piano Competition), the German pianist Alexander Schimpf started an international career with regular appearances at important music centers around the world, including the Vienna Konzerthaus, Berlin’s Konzerthaus, Carnegie Hall’s Zankel Hall in New York, the Marinsky Concert Hall in St. Petersburg, and the Munich and Cologne Philharmonic Halls. In 2016 Alexander Schimpf was appointed professor for piano at the Hanover University of Music, Drama and Media.
From 1994 to 2018, Tamara was a Senior Lecturer in Music Performance and from 1998 to 2018 was a Coordinator of Piano at the Sir Zelman Cowen School of Music at Monash University, Melbourne, Australia. Currently, Tamara is a Piano staff member at Melbourne Conservatorium of Music, University of Melbourne, Australia
Associate Professor in piano at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music, University of Sydney. Stephanie McCallum was born in Sydney. She has appeared extensively as a soloist in the United Kingdom, France and Australia, has toured Europe with The Alpha Centauri Ensemble. Recently she presented lecture recitals at the Royal College of Music and the Purcell School, London.
8.Quang hong Luu
Australian International Conservatorium of Music (Sydney)Teacher He graduated from the Australian International Conservatorium of Music under full scholarship in 2012. Since 2008, Mr. Luu has won awards in competitions in Australia including a spot as finalist for the Allison/Anderson Piano scholarship and 1st prize of the Lev Vlassenko Piano Competition in Brisbane. 2010 Hanoi International Piano Competition (3rd Prize) 2008 Val Tidone International Music Competition (2nd Prize) 2006 International Chopin Piano Competition in ASIA (4th Prize)
National Young Pianists Competition details:
Age group 13-16 years (play one piece by your own choice, within 10 minutes)
First place: $3,000 cash reward and $3,000 Voucher Second place: $2,000 cash reward and $3,000 Voucher Third place: $1,000 cash reward and $3,000 Voucher Best performing award: $2,000 Voucher Most popular: $2,000 Voucher Most potential award: $2,000 Voucher
Age group 9-12 years (play one piece by your own choice, within7 minutes)
First place: $800 cash reward and $2,000 Voucher Second place: $500 cash reward and $2,000 Voucher Third place: $300 cash reward and $2,000 Voucher Best performing award: $1,000 Voucher Most popular: $1,000 Voucher Most potential award: $1,000 Voucher
Age group 5-8 years (play one piece by your own choice, within5 minutes)
First place: $500 cash reward and $1,000 Voucher Second place: $300 cash reward and $1,000 Voucher Third place: $200 cash reward and $1,000 Voucher Best performing award: $500 Voucher Most popular: $500 Voucher Most potential award: $500 Voucher
*All winners will receive certificates and trophies.
Join this amazing festival with the following options:
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State Young Pianists Competition
Performances by world-class pianists
Master classes with world-class pianists from overseas and Australian Universities
Workshop by AMEB
National Young Pianists competition Final
Students Gala Charity concert
(Young Pianists will receive certificates acknowledged by Autism Queensland)
Sauter Night Dinner Party
Ruby Collection Serviced Apartments
(up to 4 people, 8 nights including breakfasts)
General Price (not Australia Piano World’s customer)
Australia Piano World Customer Special price
Category A applies to top 3 winners and special prizes of each state’s “Young Pianists Competition” (NSW, VIC, QLD)
Category B applies to young pianists joins the “State Young Pianists Competition” (NSW, VIC, QLD)
Family members (up to 3 extra) of applicant(s) can enjoy, free of charge, the benefits provided to that (Category ABCDE) particular applicant(s), such as accomodation – except for the Opening Concert, Student Concert and Sauter Night Dinner.
Please click the following link to download the registration form.
The Rising Stars students from the Open Academy at the Con Program are returning to the Sydney Piano World stage!
We warmly invite you to our showroom to enjoy an exciting program performed by some of Sydney’s most talented young musicians.
The Rising Stars at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music is a dynamic performance-based music education program. The program provides gifted school-age students with specialist tuition in a supportive environment that helps develop their musical and artistic skills.
At Rising Stars, we strive to identify talent at an early age, to lay a constructive foundation for a lifetime of musical achievement. Supported by the Conservatorium faculty, the program is based on proven values of quality instrumental teaching, structured academic development, regular performance and the benefits of a strong and supportive musical peer group.
The Rising Stars program focuses on three essential elements: individual instrumental lessons, group Music Skills classes, and regular concert performance opportunities. We believe that these three components enable our students to become well-educated and confident musicians. The program also offers electives in Chamber Music and Composition, where our students can develop their ensemble and creative skills.
The Rising Stars students present free concerts at 11am, 2pm and 3pm each Saturday of the program’s term. If you would like to hear more from the Rising Stars students you would be most welcome to attend. Details of the concerts can be found on the Open Academy website.
Where: Sydney Piano World — 390 Eastern Valley Way, Chatswood NSW 2067
When: Sunday 28th Oct 2018 – 5:30pm( Register 10-15 minutes before )
Customer of Australia piano world is FREE.
Please note this event is available for AUSTRALIA PIANO WORLD / SYDNEY PIANO WORLD Customers only.