THE VENDOME PRIZE 2021

CANDIDATES

The following 60 pianists have applied, after being recommended by our Advisory Board, to participate in the 2021 Vendome Prize for Piano:

Jonas Aumiller, 22, Germany
Nour Ayadi, 22, Morocco
Ádám Balogh, 23, Hungary
Alim Beisembayev, 23, Kazakhstan
Mihaly Berecz, 23, Hungary
Robert Bily, 24, Czech Republic
Misi Boros, 18, Hungary – Germany
William Bracken, 21, UK
Rachel Breen, 24, US
Alice Burla, 24, Canada
Michelle Candotti, 25, Italy
Anaïs Cassiers, 22, Belgium – France
Elia Cecino, 20, Italy
Dominic Chamot, 25, Germany – Switzerland
I-Hsiang Chao, 23, Taiwan
Hyounglok Choi, 27, South Korea
Alexander Doronin, 19, Russia
Evgeny Evgrafov, 19, Russia
Yi Chen Feng, 24, Taiwan
Federico Gad Crema, 22, Italy
Martín García García, 24, Spain
Arseniy Gusev, 22, Russia
Anna Han, 25, US
Yixuan Han, 25, China
Sebastian Iivonen, 23, Sweden
Salome Jordania, 24, Georgia
Ivan Vihor Krsnik Ćohar, 24, Croatia
Aaron Kurz, 25, US
Rafael Kyrychenko, 24, Portugal
Maxim Lando, 19, US
Ariel Lanyi, 23, Israel – US – Romania
Nathan Lee, 19, US
Ying Li, 23, China
Pedro López Salas, 23, Spain
Ignas Maknickas, 22 Lithuanian – US
Jonathan Mamora, 26, US
Victor Maslov, 24, Russia
Yupeng Mei, 27, China
Anton Mejias, 20, Finland
Filip Michalak, 26, Denmark
Aidan Mikdad, 19, Holland
Illia Ovcharenko, 20, Ukraine
Evren Ozel, 22, US
Nicola Pantani, 25, Italy
Jinhyung Park, 25, Republic of Korea
Young Ho Park, 27, South Korea
Gustav Piekut, 26, Denmark
Elisabeth Pion, 25, Canada
Korkmaz Can Saglam, 21, Turkey
Aurēlija Šimkus, 23, Latvia
Lukas Sternath, 20, Austria
Gabriele Strata, 22, Italy
Gabrielė Sutkutė, 23, Lithuanian
Anna Valeeva, 22, Russia
Serena Valluzzi, 27, Italy
Aleksei Vyzhanov, 26, Russia
Chelsea Wang, 27, US
Yinuo Wang, 24, China
Xiaoru Wen, 21, China
Yong-Gi Woo, 26, South Korea

The 12 semi-finalists will be selected by the Preselection Jury and announced on July 30th.

We congratulate warmly all 60 recommended pianists and wish them the best of luck!