Upon confirmation of your paid registration, you will receive an email from Ms. Christina Dietrich with your competitor number and the link to the competition video submission form. https://forms.gle/1gzXebYF8T91Yowh7 Please review this video for an overview of the video submission process (these are the same rules and tips from the 2020 competition). Recording guidelines and tips for the Steinway Society Piano Competition: We are simulating the environment and requirements of a live competition: One Recording – both pieces performed during the same video session. Tips for recording: Only one camera angle and position please. Clean the camera lens and orient the camera in landscape
WE’RE GOING VIRTUAL IN 2021! Registration is open through May 22, 2021. This competition represents our commitment to the pursuit of superior artistic expression through piano performance. TOP PRIZE WINNERS Division I: First Prize – $200 | Second Prize – $125 | Third Prize – $75 Division II: First Prize – $350 | Second Prize – $225 | Third Prize – $125 Division III: First Prize – $500 | Second Prize – $300 | Third Prize – $200 First, second, and third place winners will also receive commemorative medals and recognition on the Steinway Society of Massachusetts website. All participants will receive a certificate of
Student of Alexander Korsantia and Mila Filatova Maxine Park, age 16, from Hanover, New Hampshire, is a student of Alexander Korsantia and Mila Filatova. She attends Phillips Exeter Academy, where she also studies with Silvana Sokolov-Grubb and is a Caroline D. Bradley Scholar. Maxine is frequently chosen to compete in international competitions, and was most recently the youngest finalist in her division of the Rosalyn Tureck International Bach Competition and the youngest finalist in the Waring International Piano Competition, where she was awarded honorable mention. She has received top prizes at numerous competitions, including first prizes at the Steinway Junior Piano Competition (three times), Chopin International
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE WINNERS OF THE STEINWAY SOCIETY OF MASSACHUSETTS 2020 VIRTUAL COMPETITION It gives us great pleasure to announce this year’s WINNERS of the 2020 Steinway Society Piano Competition!! Congratulations to all the winners and their teachers on all your hard work!!! Special THANKS to our wonderful team of judges who gave so generously of their time for this year’s Competition – Dr. Lisa Cleveland, Professor Michael Kramer and Professor Konstantinos Papadakis. Division III ages 15 to 18 First Place – Maxine ParkStudent of Mila Filatova & Alexander Korsantia Second Place – Michael KarshisStudent of Tanya Schwartzman Third Place – Gaeun LeeStudent of Niva
The Steinway Society of Massachusetts and M. Steinert & Sons Division I First Prize – Adam Li student of Gregg Pauley Second Prize – Ziling Yin student of Yidan Guo Third Prize – Eunha Basu student of Niva Fried & Grace Chen student of Huimin Wang Division II First Prize – Henry Tushman student of Dr. Sandra Hebert Second Prize – Emily Zhou student of Niva Fried & Benjamin Shaar student of Nilly Shilo Third Prize – Norman Lu student of Dorothy Shi Honorable Mention – Roxane Park student of Mila Filatova Madeline Jiang student of Lu Lu Neil Nori student of Natalia Harlap Division
As a post Division 1 (Ages 9 and under) 1st Prize: Chloe Tan, student of Gregg Pauley 2nd Prize: Laetitia Ji, student of Natalia Harlap 3rd Prize: Ian Lin, student of Tanya Schwartzman Honorable Mention: Eunha Basu, student of Niva Fried Norman Lu, student of Simon Xu Claire Tong, student of Natalia Harlap Eric Feng, student of Niva Fried Division 2 (Ages 10 to 13) 1st Prize: Maxine Park, student of Mila Filatova 2nd Prize: Roxane Park, student of Mila Filatova 3rd Prize: Logan Sherwin, student of Sonya Ovrutsky Fensome and Julia Zhou, student of Ronald Kmiec Honorable Mention (in the following order): 1. Michael Karshis, student of Tanya Schwartzman 2.
2016 Competition Winners Division 1 (Grades 3-4) 1st Prize: Justin Yamaguchi 2nd Prize: Gavin Valentino, Eric Zhu 3rd Prize: Emily Zhou, Alexis Chen, Marena Chen Honorable Mention: Collins Maguire Nathaniel Su Christina Xi Emily Youm Division 2 (Grades 5-6) 1st Prize: Natalie Zhang 2nd Prize: Michael P. Karshis, Justin Wang 3rd Prize (tie): Patrick Lu, Theo Teng Honorable Mention: Camelia Foroohar Gaeun Lee Sara Tardif Division 3 (Grades 7-8) 1st Prize: Kyle Chen 2nd Prize: Tomer Nuriyev 3rd Prize: Justin Gu Honorable Mention: Emily Huang Timothy Labounko Alessandra Mariano Division 4 (Grades 9-10) 1st Prize: Hannah Ryu 2nd Prize: Raquel Fisk, Karen Ji 3rd Prize: