International Prize Emmanuel Durlet for Piano

1979 – 2005

The “Prize Emmanuel Durlet for Piano” was founded in 1978 at the Royal Flemish Conservatoire in Antwerp (Belgium) in memory of the late Emmanuel Durlet, pianist, pedagogue of the piano, composer and, from 1920 to 1959, professor for the higher piano cycle at this institution. The foundress of this Prize is Juliane Castro, old-pupil of Emmanuel Durlet. This international piano competition took place from 1979 until 2005.

International Prize Emmanuel Durlet for Piano 2005

Results of the competition:

Supplementary Prizes:

(Belgium)

1979 – 2002

Laureaten

1979

Cécile MULLER

(Belgium)

1981

Eliane RODRIGUES

(Brazil)

1983

Luc DEVOS

(Belgium)

1985

Nigel HILL

(England)

1987

Rita DEGRAEUWE

(Belgium)

1989

Jan MICHIELS

(Belgium)

1991 (Ex aequo)

Stefaan DE SCHEPPER

(Belgium)

1991 (Ex aequo)

Thomas DIELTJENS

(Belgium)

1993

Mikhaïl TRUSHECHKIN

(Russia)

1996

Yasuko TOBA

(Japan/Austria)

1999

Irene RUSSO

(Italy)

2002

Lucas BLONDEEL

(Belgium)

Laureates for the best performance of the works of Emmanuel Durlet

1993

Elisawetha Blumina

(Russia)

1996

Edoardo Torbianelli

(Italy)

1999

Oksana Weingarth

(Germany)

2002

Kiyotaka Izumi

(Japan)

Laureates of the Prize of the Belgian Music Press

1993

Edoardo Torbianelli

(Italy)

1996

Juliya Gyandjetsyan

(Armenia)

1999

Maryna Baranova

(Ukraine)

2002

Jean-Michel Dayez

(France)