congratulations to the winners of the

2019 ALEXANDER & BUONO COMPETITIONS


BARRY ALEXANDER INTERNATIONAL

VOCAL COMPETITION

FIRST PRIZE
Oksana Lepska, Soprano
Kara Mulder, Soprano
Yunji Shim, Soprano
SECOND PRIZE
Natasha Adams, Mezzo Soprano
Alexander Emanov, Baritone
Kathleen Kane, Mezzo Soprano
Sze Pu Li, Mezzo Soprano
Ana Paula Cunningham Malagón, Soprano
Bo Yoon, Soprano

BRADSHAW & BUONO INTERNATIONAL

PIANO COMPETITION

Elementary School
FIRST PRIZE– Nana Miyoshi | SECOND PRIZE – Sophie Chung | THIRD PRIZE – Rachel Ko
Middle School
FIRST PRIZE – Maxine Park | SECOND PRIZE – Clara Belle Wrolstad | THIRD PRIZE – Sophia Si
High School
FIRST PRIZE – Crystal Chen | SECOND PRIZE - Carrie Chen | THIRD PRIZE - Dimitri Galteri

 College/Adult
FIRST PRIZE – Rixiang Huang | SECOND PRIZE – Christopher Jessup | THIRD PRIZE - Emmanuelle Stephan

Amateur Adult
FIRST PRIZE – Andy Liao | SECOND PRIZE – Jenning Kohlberger | THIRD PRIZE – David Geng

WINNERS’ RECITAL DETAILS
BARRY ALEXANDER
INTERNATIONAL VOCAL COMPETITION

Alexander & Buono Inc. is pleased to announce the Winners’ Recital of the Barry Alexander International Vocal Competition on Sunday, May 19, 2019 at 1:30 PM in Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall.  The international list of performers includes winners of this year’s competition in age categories that include High School, College and Amateur Adult. All tickets are $40 and available at carnegiehall.org.

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WINNERS’ RECITAL DETAILS
BRADSHAW & BUONO
INTERNATIONAL PIANO COMPETITION

The Winners’ Recital of the Bradshaw & Buono International Piano Competition will be held on Sunday, May 19, 2019 at 6:30 PM in Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall.  The international list of performers includes winners of this year’s competition in age categories that include Elementary, Middle School, High School, College and Amateur Adult. All tickets are $40 and available at carnegiehall.org.

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ABI ADDS PAINTER AND SCULPTOR FRIEDERIKE OESER TO ITS ROSTER OF ARTISTS

With works in some of the world‘s most prestigious museums, as well as public and private collections in Asia, Europe, and the United States, German-born artist Friederike Oeser is known for her oil pastels, silkscreens, plexiglas cut-outs and sculptures. Praise for her work comes from every sector of the globe, with gallerist and collector Lorraine Kessler celebrating her ability to “create timeless combinations of energy, shape, and color that invariably delight, while being immediately accessible to the viewer.”

 
 

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