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International Piano Competition for Outstanding Amateurs jurors

06/06/2002

Shields Collins-Bray, pianist, Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra (Preliminaries only)

John Giordano, chairman, conductor emeritus, Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra

Alina Rubinstein, psychiatrist and pianist

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Details:
The Third International Piano Competition for Outstanding Amateurs takes place June 3-8 at Ed Landreth Auditorium, Texas Christian University, University and West Cantey in Fort Worth.
Tickets:
Complete packages: $105
Semifinals, finals and awards: $60
Individual sessions: $10 for preliminaries, $20 for semifinals and $35 for finals and awards.
Call Central Tickets, 817-335-9000 or 1-800-462-7979.
Format:
Preliminary round (June 3-5): Seventy-five applicants will each present a program not to exceed 12 minutes.
Preliminary round schedule
Semifinal round (June 7): Eighteen semifinalists will each present a program not to exceed 20 minutes.
Final round (June 8): Six finalists will each present a program not to exceed 30 minutes.
Participants
The Competitors
The Jurors
Awards
First prize: $2,000
Second prize: $1,000
Third prize: $500
Other prizes: Press jury award; audience award; awards for the best performance of a work from the baroque, classical and romantic eras; best performance of a modern work; most creative programming award; and jury discretionary awards.
On the Web
WFAA Video: Amateurs attracting more attention
International Piano Competition for Outstanding Amateurs
Cliburn Foundation official site

David Karp, professor of piano, Southern Methodist University

Antonio Pompa-Baldi, silver medalist, Eleventh Van Cliburn International Piano Competition

Gabriel Kwok, head of keyboard studies, Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts

Harold Martina, professor of piano, Texas Christian University

Jack Roberts, professor of music, University of North Texas (semifinals and finals only)

Phillip Kawin, piano faculty, college and preparatory Divisions, Manhattan School of Music

John Owings, concert pianist; professor of piano, Texas Christian University

Carole Leone, professor of piano, Southern Methodist University

Jack Roberts, professor of piano, University of North Texas Press jury (semifinals and finals only)

William Littler, chairman, music critic, Toronto Star

Scott Cantrell, classical music critic, The Dallas Morning News

Daniel Cariaga, music critic, Los Angeles Times

James Roos, music critic, Miami Herald

John von Rhein, music critic, Chicago Tribune

Charles Ward, music critic, Houston Chronicle

Stuart Isacoff, editor-in-chief, Piano Today

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