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Finals - Orchestra Round
2018 Alaska International
Piano-e-Competition

Performance of the Month

   On Demand Weekend

Timur Mustakimov (Russia), 2nd Prize
2018 Alaska International
Piano-e-Competition

   On Demand Weekend

KaJeng Wong (Hong Kong), 1st Prize
2018 Alaska International
Piano-e-Competition

   On Demand Weekend

The Hot Sardines
Performance of the Month

   On Demand Weekend

Carol Welsman (Set 1)

   On Demand Weekend

NEW! Burak Besir and Jeremy Borum (Set 1)
2018 Festival of Arts

   On Demand Weekend

NEW! Burak Besir and Jeremy Borum (Set 2)
2018 Festival of Arts

   On Demand Weekend

NEW! Darryl Walker sings Al Jarreau
2018 Festival of Arts
Performance of the Month

   On Demand Weekend

NEW! Spencer Day
(Set 1)
2018 Festival of Arts

   On Demand Weekend

NEW! Spencer Day
(Set 2)
2018 Festival of Arts

   On Demand Weekend

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Su Yeon Kim (South Korea), 3rd Prize
2018 Alaska International
Piano-e-Competition

  

Davis Concert Hall at University of Alaska, Fairbanks
12 Tanana Dr
Fairbanks, AK 99709

Pianists from around the world converged in Fairbanks in May 2018 to compete in the prestigious 2018 Alaska International Piano-e-Competition for more than $65,000 in prizes. From an initial round of 24 contestants, the top three finalists vied for the grand prize over the 10-day competition.

This special rebroadcast consists of the solo piano performance from Third Prize winner Su Yeon Kim of South Korea featuring works by Beethoven, Scriabin, Ravel, and Prokofiev. Born in 1994, Su Yeon Kim began her piano studies at the age of 5, and studied at the Korean Institute for the Gifted in Arts and at the Korea National University of Arts. Since 2013, she has continued her studies with Professor Pavel Gililov at the University Salzburg Mozarteum.

She has been awarded top honors in notable competitions: 1st prize and special prize Fundacion Internacional Gomez-Martinez, Compositores de Espana Piano Competition; 1st prize, J. N. Hummel International Piano Competition in Bratislava; 2nd prize, Hastings International Piano Concerto Competition; gold prize, Asia Chopin International Piano Competition; and top prizes at International Tchaikovsky Competition for the Young Musicians and Minnesota International e-Piano Junior Competition. Su Yeon drew attention when she was a semifinalist at the 17th Chopin International Piano Competition in Warsaw and at Queen Elisabeth Competition in Brussels.

This uncut, unedited performance was originally broadcast live on May 23, 2018, from Davis Concert Hall in Fairbanks, AK.
Pianists from around the world converged in Fairbanks in May 2018 to compete in the prestigious 2018 Alaska International Piano-e-Competition for more than $65,000 in prizes. From an initial round of 24 contestants, the top three finalists vied for the grand prize over the 10-day competition.

This special rebroadcast consists of the solo piano performance from Third Prize winner Su Yeon Kim of South Korea featuring works by Beethoven, Scriabin, Ravel, and Prokofiev. Born in 1994, Su Yeon Kim began her piano studies at the age of 5, and studied at the Korean Institute for the Gifted in Arts and at the Korea National University of Arts. Since 2013, she has continued her studies with Professor Pavel Gililov at the University Salzburg Mozarteum.

She has been awarded top honors in notable competitions: 1st prize and special prize Fundacion Internacional Gomez-Martinez, Compositores de Espana Piano Competition; 1st prize, J. N. Hummel International Piano Competition in Bratislava; 2nd prize, Hastings International Piano Concerto Competition; gold prize, Asia Chopin International Piano Competition; and top prizes at International Tchaikovsky Competition for the Young Musicians and Minnesota International e-Piano Junior Competition. Su Yeon drew attention when she was a semifinalist at the 17th Chopin International Piano Competition in Warsaw and at Queen Elisabeth Competition in Brussels.

This uncut, unedited performance was originally broadcast live on May 23, 2018, from Davis Concert Hall in Fairbanks, AK.