2010 Prize Winners

Results announced on October 21, 2010

First Prize:
Ozkan Manav, Turkey
Composition:
Movement 6 (2009)

Second Prize:
Alice M. Jenkins, U.S.A.
Composition:
Bagatelle (2006)

Third Prize:
Yair Klartag, Israel
Composition:
Taking the Note for a Walk (2008)

 

Performances of the winners’ compositions

 

April 14, 2011
Penn State University, State College, PA, USA

~ Presentation of the prizewinners’ works and performance in Esber Recital Hall.
Pianists Hyunjung Rachel Chung and Sohee Lee

June 23, 2011
Accademia Ludus tonalis, Riano (Rome, Italy)
~Performance of the first prizewinner’s composition (Hyunjung Rachel Chung, piano)

June 24, 2011, 7 PM
Sala San Gregorio, Assisi, Italy
~Performance of the first prizewinner’s composition (Hyunjung Rachel Chung, piano)

June 25-July 1, 2011 
Grumo Appula, Italy
~Performance of the first prizewinner’s composition (Hyunjung Rachel Chung, piano)

 

“I was pleasantly surprised about the level of the winning compositions as well as the dedication of artistic director Enrico Elisi to promote talented and aspiring composers at any age. I would delightedly be a part of the competition’s upcoming projects again.”

Hyunjung Rachel Chung, pianist and faculty at Spelman College, GA

 

Arioso Artists Management is pleased to announce the competition winners at this time. We thank all applicants for their patience in the long screening process. In addition, Arioso is very grateful for the hard work of the adjudicators. Renowned composers from around the world have been very busy studying the scores and selecting the prize winners. The Arioso Prize has received an exceptionally high number of applications. The competition team would like to thank all the applicants for sending their scores and for taking part in the selection process, and wishes to congratulate all the applicants for their work: Arioso was very pleased with the musical level of the scores.

He Suk Kang, Competition Coordinator