International Chopin Piano Competition in Budapest

Budapest, Hungary

 

  • Organisation:

    György Ferenczy Foundation
  • Postal address:

    1172 Budapest, Nagyszékes u. 8
  • Website:

  • Person in chair:

    Ms Eszter Ferenczi - chair of the board

  • Contact person:

    Ms Izabella Darska-Havasi ‒ founder, professional leader, society@chopin-budapest.hu; +36 30 2612156

  • Frequency:

    2 years
  • Editions:

  • 1st International Chopin Piano Competition in Budapest, 21‒30 June 2004

    Cash prizes total:

    1 000 000 HUF


    Participation age:

    15‒25 years


    Program:

    Mainly Chopin, in addition one piece by a Hungarian Composer, one piece by a French composer


    Number of jury members:
    5

    Jury:
    - Gergely Boganyi
    - Ida Cernecka
    - Jan Jański
    - Vladimira Sláviková
    - Marta Sosińska

    Prize-winners:
    - First Prize: György Ádám (Hungary)
    - First Prize: Agata Łukasiewicz (Poland)
    - First Prize: Szabó Marcell (Hungary)
    - First Prize: Tamara Niekludow (Poland)

  • 2nd International Chopin Piano Competition in Budapest, 21 June ‒ 2 July 2006

    Cash prizes total:

    1 000 000 HUF


    Participation age:

    10‒25 years


    Program:

    Mainly Chopin, in addition one piece by a Hungarian composer, one piece by a French composer


    Number of jury members:
    6

    Jury:
    - Ida Cernecka
    - Jan Jański
    - Mocsári Károly
    - Vladimira Sláviková
    - Marta Sosińska
    - Erkel Tibor

    Prize-winners:
    - First Prize: Ivett Győngyősi (Hungary)
    - First Prize: Erzsébet Kerek (Hungary)
    - First Prize: Darya Kochetkova (Russia)
    - First Prize: Marcin Koziak (Poland)
    - First Prize: Dobrochna Krówka (Poland)
    - First Prize: Elizaveta Nazaruk (Russia)

  • 3rd International Chopin Piano Competition in Budapest, 16‒27 June 2008

    Cash prizes total:

    1 400 000 HUF


    Participation age:

    10‒25


    Program:

    Mainly Chopin


    Number of jury members:
    6

    Jury:
    - Ida Cernecka
    - László Gyimesi
    - Jan Jański
    - Vladimira Sláviková
    - Marta Sosińska
    - Erkel Tibor

    Prize-winners:
    - First Prize: Ivett Győngyősi (Hungary)
    - First Prize: Aleksandra Mysłek (Poland)
    - First Prize: Ádám Zsolt Szokolay (Hungary)

  • 4th International Chopin Piano Competition in Budapest, 11−15 March 2010

    Cash prizes total:

    1 400 000 HUF


    Participation age:

    10‒25 years


    Program:

    Mainly Chopin


    Number of jury members:
    8

    Jury:
    - Réti Balázs
    - Ida Cernecka
    - Judy Chin Cottet
    - Jan Jański
    - György Nádor
    - Isabelle Oehmichen
    - Vladimira Sláviková
    - Marta Sosińska

    Prize-winners:
    - First Prize: Michel Aude-Liesse (France)
    - First Prize: Shaun Choo (Singapore)
    - First Prize: Marta Czech (Poland)
    - First Prize: Elizaveta Nazaruk (Russia)
    - First Prize: Szymon Nehring (Poland)
    - First Prize: Piotr Pawlak (Poland)

  • 5th International Chopin Piano Competition in Budapest, 17−25 June 2012

    Cash prizes total:

    10 000 EUR


    Participation age:

    No age limit


    Program:

    Mainly Chopin


    Number of jury members:
    10

    Jury:
    - Réti Balázs
    - Ida Cernecka
    - Judy Chin Cottet
    - Izabella Darska-Havasi
    - György Nádor
    - Isabelle Oehmichen
    - Frantisek Pergler
    - Vladimira Sláviková
    - Marta Sosińska
    - Krystian Tkaczewski

    Prize-winners:
    - First Prize: Jeong Eunice Hayoung (Korea, Republic of)
    - First Prize: Garret Umi (USA)
    - First Prize: Lei Bo Wen (China)

  • 6th International Chopin Piano Competition in Budapest, 21‒30 June 2014

    Cash prizes total:

    15 000 USD


    Participation age:

    No age limit


    Program:

    Mainly Chopin, in addition one piece by a French composer and one piece by a Hungarian composer (or ‒ for children ‒ by a composer according to the competitor’s nationality)


    Number of jury members:
    10

    Jury:
    - Réti Balázs
    - Izabella Darska-Havasi
    - Kazimierz Gierżod
    - Philippe Giusiano
    - Ivan Klánsky
    - Albert Mamriev
    - György Nádor
    - Alberto Nosè
    - Piotr Paleczny
    - Vincent Russo

    Prize-winners:
    - First Prize: Karolina Nadolska
    - First Prize: Piotr Pawlak
    - First Prize: Andrzej Wierciński

  • 7th International Chopin Piano Competition in Budapest, 4‒7 July 2016

    Cash prizes total:

    7000 USD


    Participation age:

    No age limits, 3 age groups


    Program:

    Mainly Chopin


    Number of jury members:
    8

    Jury:
    - Réti Balázs
    - Izabella Darska-Havasi
    - Kazimierz Gierżod (Chair)
    - Philippe Giusiano
    - Eugen Indjic
    - Grzegorz Kurzyński
    - Alberto Nosè
    - Kuei Pin Yeo

    Prize-winners:
    - First Prize: Caitlin Rinaldy (Australia)
    - First Prize: Antonia Streicher (Germany)
    - Second Prize: Kacper Żaromski (Poland)
    - Third Prize: Aleksandra Dąbek (Poland)