Neha Patil

Hamamatsu International Piano Competition

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The Hamamatsu International Piano Competition has been held every 3 years since 1991 in Hamamatsu, Shizuoka, Japan, and is open to pianists up to 30 years old.

History

The Piano Competition was inaugurated in 1991 to commemorate the eightieth anniversary of the founding of Hamamatsu City on July 1, 1911.

  • 2015 — Alexander Gadjiev, Italy/Slovenia
  • 2012 — Ilya Rashkovsky, Russia
  • 2009 — Seong-Jin Cho, South Korea
  • 2006 — Alexej Gorlatch
  • 2003 — Rafal Blechacz and Alexander Kobrin (tied)
  • 2000 — Alexander Gavrylyuk
  • 1997 — Alessio Bax
  • 1994 — Victor Liadov
  • 1991 — Sergei Babayan
  • References

    Hamamatsu International Piano Competition Wikipedia


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