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Van Cliburn Foundation International Piano Competition for Outstanding Amateurs

Semifinal round, schedule of performances

06/06/2002

Preliminaries: Monday through Wednesday, 1-5 p.m. and 7:30-10:30 p.m.

Semifinals: Friday, 2-5:30 p.m. and 7:30-11 p.m.

Finals and awards ceremony: Saturday, 3-7:45 p.m.

Friday, June 7

2 to 5:30 p.m. session

2:01   Debra Saylor, sales associate, Omaha, Neb.

2:24   Franz Mantini, electrical rngineer, Tampa, Fla.

2:47   Milton Farbstein, clinical microbiologist, Prescott, Ariz.

3:10   Paul Romero, CD-ROM game composer, Los Angeles

3:42   Charles Chien, flight attendant purser, Manhattan Beach, Calif.

4:05   Linda Poligono, homemaker, Greenbrae, Calif.

4:28   Henri Delbeau, doctor of internal medicine, Jackson Heights, N.Y.
Also Online
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.
Semifinal round schedule
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

4:51   John Markey, certified public accountant, Raleigh, N.C.

5:14   Hiroko Ohtani, chemist, Dearborn Heights, Mich.

7:30 to 11 p.m. session

7:31   Ellen Dodson, business consultant, Lexington, Mass.

7:54   J. Michael Brounoff, attorney, Irving

8:17   Robert Finley, electrical engineer, Northboro, Mass.

8:40   Victoria Bragin, professor of chemistry, Barboursville, W.Va.

9:12   Michael Hawley, professor of media technology, Cambridge, Mass.

9:35   Dave Duebendorfer, hedge fund manager, Westport, Conn.

9:58   John Gardecki, private investor, Middleburg, Va.

10:21   Darin Tysdal, sheet music salesman, Richfield, Minn.

10:44   Marie-Claude Montplaisir, senior economist, Laval, Canada

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