Vilja Poskute and Tomas Daukantas winners of the Grieg Concours, Oslo.
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Vilja Poskute and Tomas Daukantas, GRieg Concours winners in Oslo. Foto: Henning Høholt
OSLO: Lithuanian pianists winning in Oslo.
The two young Lithuanian Pianists Vilja Poskute and Tomas Daukantas are the big winners at the 12th Concours Grieg in Oslo.
1st prize in the Piano Duo for Four Hands. Nokr. 25.000
1st prize in theTwo-Piano Duo. Nokr. 25.000
In addition the Prize for best performance of
Wolfgang Plagges Obligatory Prize. Nokr. 5.000
Next time the Lithuanian Audience will have the possibility to listen to the two outstanding young Lithuanian pianists
Vilja Poskute and Tomas Daukantas will be at the City Hall in Vilnius Oktober 28th at the celebration of Vytautas Landsbergis Foundation 20 years Jubilee!!! After that a concert is planned in Klaipeda January 2012.
At the finale for Piano Duo Vilja Poskute and Tomas Daukantas were playing the following program:
Mozart/Grieg: Fantasy in c-minor KV 475
Wolfgang Plagge: Music for a Week. no “.3
Saint-Saëns: Variations on a Theme by Beethoven in E-flat Major, Opus 35
Maurice Ravel: Rhapsodie Espagnole.
Jury members: Einar Steen-Nøkleberg and Oxana Yablonskaya. Foto: Henning Høholt
The Jury: Einar Steen-Nøkleberg, chairman of the Jury. Members: Oxana Yablonskaya, (Juillard Schooal of Music, New York). Jens Harald Bratlie, (Norwegian Academy of Music). Piotr Paleczny (Fryderyk Chopin University of Music, Waesaw), Elin Persson, Norway (Four Hands Competition)
. Ingrid Røynesdal, Norway, (Two-Piano Competition).