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7th 'Brin d'herbe' junior piano competition

oci-affiche-bh2017-a3took place from April 6 to 9th, 2017 in Orléans.

The rounds, the final recital and the award ceremony took place at the Salle de l’Institut, Orléans Conservatory (4 Place Sainte-Croix, 45000 Orléans)

The Prize list is available!

 

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  • 13-04-2017lHere’s the Prize list of the 7th Brin d’herbe competition

    Published 13/04/2017
    2017 Junior Piano Competition
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  • 06-04-2017l7th ‘Brin d’herbe’ junior piano competition

    Published 04/04/2017
    will take place from April 6 to 9th, 2017 in Orléans. The rounds, the final recital and the award ceremony will take place at the Salle de l’Institut, Orléans Conservatory...
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    Published 08/03/2017
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  • 23-03-2017l(Français) Tae Kim en concert à Orléans le 23 mars 2017

    Published 06/03/2017
    Tae Kim, lauréat du dernier concours international de piano d’Orléans, vous donne rendez-vous le jeudi 23 mars à 20h, Salle de l’Institut, pour un concert intitulé ‘Take a walk on...
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  • 03-03-2017l(Français) La presse en parle…

    Published 03/03/2017
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  • 08-03-2018lThe Rules of the 2018 Competition are available

    Published 30/01/2017
    The 13th International piano competition of Orléans will take place from March 8th to 18th 2018.   Rules of the competition: REGLEMENT 13e Concours international de piano d’Orléans 2018  
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2018 Competition

REGLEMENT PRIXART.pages

 

The 13th International piano competition of Orléans will take place from March 8th to 18th 2018.

 

The entire Rules of the competition are now available: 

REGLEMENT 13e Concours international de piano d’Orléans 2018

 

 

2016 Laureates

  • Takuya Otaki

    Takuya Otaki

    PRIX - Mention Spéciale Olivier GREIF

    (Français)

    Né au Japon, Takuya Otaki a étudié à l’Université des Lettres de Aichi (Japon) dans la classe de Yuzo Kakeya et Vadim Sakharov. Il a obtenu les Prix Kuwabara, Best Student Price et Niwapromotion et a également remporté plusieurs prix lors de concours internationaux de piano. 

  • OCI_Marianna Abrahamyan (c)DR_2

    Marianna Abrahamyan

    PRIX - SACEM

    Marianna Abrahamyan is the second prize winner and winner of five special awards at the Orléans Concours International in 2016, ( Orléans, France).
    The special prizes include- Prix SACEM, Prix Albert Roussel, Prix Samson Francois, prix des Etudiants du conservatoire d’Orléans and BOURSE de l’association Foyer JOYEUX-Henry DUTILLEUX, a one-month residence at L’Abbaye de Fontevraud.

  • Philippe Hattat

    Philippe Hattat

    PRIX de composition André CHEVILLION - Yvonne BONNAUD / ex-aequo

    (Français)

    Philippe Hattat, ce jeune pianiste joue aussi du clavecin, du violoncelle et de l’orgue. Diplômé d’un baccalauréat littéraire, il est passionné par l’ethnomusicologie et la linguistique. Il a obtenu des récompenses et plusieurs prix.

  • Tae KIM piano2016 (c)thomas m. kelley

    Tae Kim

    Prix d'interprétation Chevillion-Bonnaud / ex-aequo

    Hailed as a “highly skilled improviser” by the New York Times and “prickly and explosive” by the Montreal Gazette, Tae Kim’s rare blend of rigorous execution and whimsical styling creates an interpretation of the classical repertoire all his own.
    Tae has gained widespread recognition as a classical pianist and improvisational artist.

Editorial

Created by Françoise Thinat, the International Piano Competition of Orléans (France) brings the piano repertoire of the 20th and 21st centuries to a consistently growing audience, reveals the talent of young artists and follows them from the beginning and throughout their carrier.
The first edition took place in 1994 – competition every two years, even years.

A Junior Competition ‘Brin d’herbe’ open to pianists from 8 to 18, takes place every two years, odd years.

Created by Françoise Thinat, the International Piano Competition of Orléans (France) brings the piano repertoire of the 20th and 21st centuries to a consistently growing audience, reveals the talent of young artists and follows them from the beginning and throughout their carrier.
The first edition took place in 1994 – competition every two years, even years.

A Junior Competition ‘Brin d’herbe’ open to pianists from 8 to 18, takes place every two years, odd years.

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