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#1918991 - 06/26/12 03:03 PM Young Artists Bachauer Competition Streaming
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This week is the Young Artists Division. I do notice quite a few big names in this division. Anna Han seems to be winning about everything lately, and Aimi Kobayashi who seems to be gaining a pretty big performing and recording career over in Japan, as well as many many others.

Young Artists Gina Bachauer Competition Live Streaming:
http://new.bachauer.com/competitors/performances-streaming-video.html


Schedule (Mountain Standard Time):
YOUNG ARTISTS COMPETITION | JUNE 25-30, 2012

TUESDAY Round One
11:00AM—12:45PM & 1:15PM—4:40PM & 7:00PM—9:30PM

WEDNESDAY Round One
11:00AM—12:45PM & 1:15PM—4:40PM & 7:00PM—9:30PM

THURSDAY Round Two
9:00AM—12:30PM & 1:30PM—5:20PM & 7:00PM—10:30PM

FRIDAY Round Two
9:00AM—12:30PM & 1:30PM—5:20PM & 7:00PM—10:30PM
10:30PM Alink-Argerich Competitor Celebration & Announcement of Finalists

SATURDAY Final Round and Closing Gala
7:00PM—10:00PM


Competitors:
http://new.bachauer.com/competitors/competitors/young-artists.html


Edited by stanchinsky (06/26/12 03:04 PM)

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#1918995 - 06/26/12 03:14 PM Re: Young Artists Bachauer Competition Streaming [Re: stanchinsky]
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Watch out for my friend Tom Hicks laugh

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#1918999 - 06/26/12 03:22 PM Re: Young Artists Bachauer Competition Streaming [Re: debrucey]
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He is great as well! They all are. I had the privilege of watching them all warm up yesterday as they tested out the piano. Great playing!!

They just posted a more accurate list in case anyone wanted to watch anyone specific--here are their exact times for first round.

http://new.bachauer.com/component/conten...le-round-i.html

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#1919001 - 06/26/12 03:24 PM Re: Young Artists Bachauer Competition Streaming [Re: stanchinsky]
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I'm particularly looking forward to his performance of Prokofiev 1st sonata. He's a demon in that piece :p.

I believe this piece is on his programme too:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WOOtHu6BktQ

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#1919030 - 06/26/12 04:43 PM Re: Young Artists Bachauer Competition Streaming [Re: debrucey]
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Originally Posted By: debrucey
I'm particularly looking forward to his performance of Prokofiev 1st sonata. He's a demon in that piece :p.

I believe this piece is on his programme too:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WOOtHu6BktQ
It's not that often anymore that I hear a piece I never heard before and am almost overwhelmed by its beauty. I can only remember that happening a handful of times in the last decade. So thanks for posting that Ireland piece. Sounds very Debussyish to me.

It's a shame that the video for the competition is so horrible. Might as well just be an audio transmission.


Edited by pianoloverus (06/26/12 04:45 PM)

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#1919031 - 06/26/12 04:48 PM Re: Young Artists Bachauer Competition Streaming [Re: stanchinsky]
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Ireland is often called the english impressionist laugh

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#1919064 - 06/26/12 06:08 PM Re: Young Artists Bachauer Competition Streaming [Re: pianoloverus]
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Originally Posted By: pianoloverus

It's a shame that the video for the competition is so horrible. Might as well just be an audio transmission.


That's what I stated in the other thread too... I am listening right now, but it is impossible to see anything. The camera is very far and the light on the stage too bright... Still... it is nice to listen. smile
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#1919174 - 06/26/12 10:59 PM Re: Young Artists Bachauer Competition Streaming [Re: stanchinsky]
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Hicks just played left hand Chopin/Godowsky op. 10, no. 3. It seems odd that one would play this left hand piece in a competition. It is very difficult to voice it beautifully with only one hand.

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#1919181 - 06/26/12 11:14 PM Re: Young Artists Bachauer Competition Streaming [Re: debrucey]
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Originally Posted By: debrucey
Ireland is often called the English impressionist laugh

His piano concerto used to be popular at The Proms, long before my time. For shame: it is a wonderful piece of music, and hardly known at all outside of the UK.

His setting in F of the Anglican canticles is done frequently at Evensong, but that seems to be about it.
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#1919306 - 06/27/12 07:37 AM Re: Young Artists Bachauer Competition Streaming [Re: ABC Vermonter]
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Originally Posted By: ABC Vermonter
Hicks just played left hand Chopin/Godowsky op. 10, no. 3. It seems odd that one would play this left hand piece in a competition. It is very difficult to voice it beautifully with only one hand.


He told me that it's easier, because the thumb always has the melody. It's one of the few Godowsky etudes I really like. He played it in a competition last month that I was also in, and he won haha.

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#1919365 - 06/27/12 09:45 AM Re: Young Artists Bachauer Competition Streaming [Re: debrucey]
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Originally Posted By: debrucey
Originally Posted By: ABC Vermonter
Hicks just played left hand Chopin/Godowsky op. 10, no. 3. It seems odd that one would play this left hand piece in a competition. It is very difficult to voice it beautifully with only one hand.


He told me that it's easier, because the thumb always has the melody. It's one of the few Godowsky etudes I really like. He played it in a competition last month that I was also in, and he won haha.


Wish him the best.

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#1919455 - 06/27/12 12:03 PM Re: Young Artists Bachauer Competition Streaming [Re: ABC Vermonter]
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Your friend is amazing, debrucey! I have to say I personally thought the Godowsky/Chopin was his weakest piece, but what do I know :P The Ireland and Prokofiev were great, especially because I haven't heard either piece performed often. The level of this competition is really high though, and much more consistently so than the Junior competition last week IMO. I liked Aimi Kobayashi's Appassionata too, though it's true her "Youtube reputation" is probably overblown. I wasn't blown away by Anna Han, but that probably has a lot to do with the fact that I don't like the Liszt Danse Macabre transcription.
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#1919459 - 06/27/12 12:05 PM Re: Young Artists Bachauer Competition Streaming [Re: stanchinsky]
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I only saw the girl who was on before Tom so far, and I wasn't impressed at all lol.
It does seem to be a very high standard though. I really hope he gets through.

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#1919517 - 06/27/12 01:18 PM Re: Young Artists Bachauer Competition Streaming [Re: debrucey]
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Tom did great! I was kind of bored by Anna's Haydn, and Aimi did pretty well on the Appasionata. I felt her second movement she had a hard time counting, but then again, most people do, so I guess we'll see how it plays out! They cut from 32 straight down to 6, so who knows how this will play out for the finals.

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#1919527 - 06/27/12 01:32 PM Re: Young Artists Bachauer Competition Streaming [Re: stanchinsky]
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Here's the live UStream page where you can post comments like the Van Cliburn had at the Amateur's Competition last year.

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#1919636 - 06/27/12 05:36 PM Re: Young Artists Bachauer Competition Streaming [Re: stanchinsky]
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The camera is now on the stage and you can actually see the performers. smile
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#1919664 - 06/27/12 06:32 PM Re: Young Artists Bachauer Competition Streaming [Re: stanchinsky]
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The son of one of our members played this afternoon!
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#1920178 - 06/28/12 03:27 PM Re: Young Artists Bachauer Competition Streaming [Re: stanchinsky]
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Does anyone have the link to the schedule of individual performances for today? Is there a list of the semi finalists somewhere?



Edited by pianoloverus (06/28/12 03:31 PM)

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#1920233 - 06/28/12 06:09 PM Re: Young Artists Bachauer Competition Streaming [Re: stanchinsky]
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What was the last piece played 2 minutes ago?(It sounded like a transcription of some of a jazz song)

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#1920247 - 06/28/12 06:47 PM Re: Young Artists Bachauer Competition Streaming [Re: stanchinsky]
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You'll need both of these links open and cross-reference them:

http://gina.bachauer.com/component/conte...e-round-ii.html

http://gina.bachauer.com/competitors/competitors/young-artists.html

Find out who's playing at any given time, then head over to the bios for their repertoire.
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#1920258 - 06/28/12 07:37 PM Re: Young Artists Bachauer Competition Streaming [Re: AZNpiano]
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Originally Posted By: AZNpiano
You'll need both of these links open and cross-reference them:

http://gina.bachauer.com/component/conte...e-round-ii.html

http://gina.bachauer.com/competitors/competitors/young-artists.html

Find out who's playing at any given time, then head over to the bios for their repertoire.
Thanks!

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#1920259 - 06/28/12 07:38 PM Re: Young Artists Bachauer Competition Streaming [Re: pianoloverus]
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Originally Posted By: pianoloverus
What was the last piece played 2 minutes ago?(It sounded like a transcription of some of a jazz song)
It"s called Jazzy(from Three Piano Moods) by Copland. Sounds like a takeoff on a Gershwin song.

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#1920260 - 06/28/12 07:39 PM Re: Young Artists Bachauer Competition Streaming [Re: pianoloverus]
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Originally Posted By: pianoloverus
Originally Posted By: pianoloverus
What was the last piece played 2 minutes ago?(It sounded like a transcription of some of a jazz song)
It"s called Jazzy(from Three Piano Moods) by Copland. Sounds like a takeoff on a Gershwin song.
Thanks!

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#1920278 - 06/28/12 08:55 PM Re: Young Artists Bachauer Competition Streaming [Re: stanchinsky]
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The three moods by Copland was performed by Zhu Wang. Among all competitors, I think he is the most musical one. The problem with him is that his pieces are far on the easy side relative to those of the other competitors.

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#1920279 - 06/28/12 08:58 PM Re: Young Artists Bachauer Competition Streaming [Re: stanchinsky]
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BTW, if Wang gets into the final round, he is the only person playing a Mozart concerto. How refreshing!


Edited by ABC Vermonter (06/28/12 08:59 PM)

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#1920291 - 06/28/12 09:40 PM Re: Young Artists Bachauer Competition Streaming [Re: stanchinsky]
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It takes guts (or something else) to play Mozart's Fantasia in D minor in a competition like this ...

Bolai Cao is doing just that.
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#1920294 - 06/28/12 09:46 PM Re: Young Artists Bachauer Competition Streaming [Re: stanchinsky]
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Aimi Kobayashi just played Scriabin Piano Sonata No. 2 and Chopin Piano Sonata No. 2. As usual, her playing was sensitive and beautiful, particularlly in those slow movements. But she seemed to have some issue on her right hand for fast movements in terms of voicing. Her shoulders also seemed quite high, and that could be the reason that the sound for melody she was looking for was not there. Anyhow, her playing of big romantic pieces was very satisfactory relative to that of Beethoven op. 57.

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#1920331 - 06/28/12 11:36 PM Re: Young Artists Bachauer Competition Streaming [Re: Piano*Dad]
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Originally Posted By: Piano*Dad
It takes guts (or something else) to play Mozart's Fantasia in D minor in a competition like this ...

Bolai Cao is doing just that.


Agreed! I personally think he pulled it off really well and has a real shot at winning.

Originally Posted By: ABC Vermonter
Aimi Kobayashi just played Scriabin Piano Sonata No. 2 and Chopin Piano Sonata No. 2. As usual, her playing was sensitive and beautiful, particularlly in those slow movements. But she seemed to have some issue on her right hand for fast movements in terms of voicing. Her shoulders also seemed quite high, and that could be the reason that the sound for melody she was looking for was not there. Anyhow, her playing of big romantic pieces was very satisfactory relative to that of Beethoven op. 57.


Interesting you say that - I actually thought her op. 57 was pretty good, and was more disappointed in her performances today (but then again, I had higher expectations for her romantic works). But I'm with you in that I would be somewhat surprised (pleasantly so) if she made it into the finals.

Thomas Hicks is playing now - I wasn't a huge fan of his op. 109, but the Shchedrin (sp?) he's playing now is interesting and unusual.

From what I've heard (I missed most of the performances yesterday), I would expect Alex Beyer, Bolai Cao, and Anna Han to be among the finalists. Thoughts?


Edited by ansatz737 (06/28/12 11:44 PM)
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#1920395 - 06/29/12 02:48 AM Re: Young Artists Bachauer Competition Streaming [Re: ansatz737]
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Originally Posted By: ansatz737


Thomas Hicks is playing now - I wasn't a huge fan of his op. 109, but the Shchedrin (sp?) he's playing now is interesting and unusual.


He gave the UK premiere of that piece.

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#1920524 - 06/29/12 11:02 AM Re: Young Artists Bachauer Competition Streaming [Re: debrucey]
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I like Bolai Cai's playing a lot. Some of his Chopin op. 10 are very musical and, more important, with his own personal touch, and not just about speed.

Anna Han is quite solid and steady, and that is good in a competition. Just not quite sure about her personality in her music making.

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