VN pianist wins first prize in international competition

Wednesday, May 31, 2017
Vietnamese pianist Lưu Đức Anh, a student of Malmo Music Academy in Sweden, has won the first prize at the 6th International Music Competition 2017, in the 19-30 year-old category.

Lưu Đức Anh performs at the 6th International Music Competition 2017 held in Stockholm

between May 25 and 28. — Photo

The contest, held between May 25 and 28, drew 300 pianists from various countries, including Russia, Germany, China, the US and Norway, who competed across five different age groups.

Anh is a post-master student at the Swedish academy and is guided by Prof Hans Palsson. In Việt Nam, he was trained by noted musician Prof Trần Thu Hà and his father, Prof Lưu Quang Minh.

Born in 1993 in Hà Nội, the 24-year-old started learning to play the piano at a young age, under his father’s guidance. After finishing an intermediate course at the Việt Nam Music Academy, he got his university degree and a master’s degree at the Royal Conservatory of Liege in 2013 and 2015, respectively.

Anh has won various honours, including a first prize at the Andree Charlier contest held in Belgium in 2016, and a second prize at the Leopold Godowsky piano contest held in Poland in 2014.

In 2015, he was among the top five students selected from Liege Academy to join the Classic Academy contest held by Liege Symphony Orchestra.

He has also performed at many shows in Belgium, France, the Netherlands, Switzerland and Japan, and joined the Masterclass along with noted pianists such as Đặng Thái Sơn, Avedis Kouyoumdjian and Tibor Szasz.


Source: VNS


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