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Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Mooredale Opens Season with I Musici de Montreal


MOOREDALE CONCERTS 22ND SEASON OPENS OCTOBER 3

WITH I MUSICI DE MONTRÉAL & PIANIST KATHERINE CHI

2010-11 MUSIC & TRUFFLES 8TH SEASON LAUNCHES

I Musici proved a phenomenon...The 14 strings played with the perfection of 14 virtuoso soloists.” South China Morning Post, Hong Kong

“...playing of great technical precision, warmth and fine rhythmic elan.” Sunday Times, London

The superlatives continue to pour in for I Musici de Montréal and its founder and director, cellist Yuli Turovsky.

Toronto’s Mooredale Concerts and Artistic Director Anton Kuerti present Montreal’s internationally heralded string ensemble in its first Toronto visit in four years. I Musici de Montréal open the 2010-11 Mooredale Concerts season Sunday, October 3, at 3:15 p.m. at Walter Hall, Edward Johnson Building, 80 Queen’s Park Crescent. Guest soloist is Canadian pianist Katherine Chi, gold medal winner of the Honens International Competition.

The orchestra demonstrates its celebrated warmth and precision in gorgeous serenades by Elgar and Tchaikovsky. Katherine Chi joins I Musici in the brilliant Rapsodia Sinfonica, Op.66 by Turina, and performs a solo tour-de-force, the Symphonic Metamorphosis on Themes from Johann Strauss’ “Die Fledermaus” by Leopold Godowsky

Single tickets are $30; $25 seniors and students. “Toronto’s Best Bargain for Great Music,” Mooredale Concerts offers subscriptions for the six presentations of its 22nd season for only $125 ($110 seniors and students) – up to a 46% saving. Subscribers also receive free tickets for the three 2010-11 Mooredale Youth Orchestra concerts. Orders may be placed by calling 416-587-9411 or visiting www.mooredaleconcerts.com.

MUSIC & TRUFFLES: I Musici de Montréal and Katherine Chi open the eighth season of Music & Truffles, Mooredale Concerts’ hour-long, interactive version of the main concert for children 5-15, Sunday, October 3 at 1:15 p.m., also at Walter Hall. Adults wishing to learn more about music and music-making are welcome. Tickets, $12, include a chocolate truffle at the end. Six-concert subscriptions are $50.

BIOS

I Musici de Montréal (www.imusici.com) have toured worldwide and made numerous award-winning recordings. This past season alone has seen a gala concert with Maxim Vengerov, many U.S. engagements including Carnegie Hall, and a big tour of China. In June, founder/conductor Yuli Turovsky was named Chevalier de l’Ordre national de Québec by Premier Jean Charest. Its most recent CD features Tchaikovsky’s Souvenir de Florence and Quartet No. 1, on the Analekta label.

Pianist Katherine Chi (www.jwentworth.com/pianists/katherine_chi/index.htm) is firmly established as one of Canada’s fastest rising stars with a great breadth of repertoire, performing throughout Europe and North America to great acclaim. “Ms Chi displayed a keen musical intelligence and a powerful arsenal of technique,” wrote The New York Times. She is also sought after as a concerto soloist of musical and technical distinction. A prizewinner at the 1998 Busoni International Piano Competition, Ms. Chi was also the first Canadian and first woman to win Canada’s Honens International Piano Competition. Her debut recording, on the Arktos label, features works of Beethoven and Rachmaninoff.

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MOOREDALE CONCERTS – 2010-11 – REMAINING LINE-UP: October 31 features the first ever joint performance by the celebrated young Afiara String Quartet (a hit at Mooredale Concerts in April) with pianist Wonny Song – both winners of the 2010 Young Canadian Musicians Award. January 16 brings together trombonist Alain Trudel and organist Patrick Wedd at Yorkminster Park Baptist Church, playing selections by Holst, Messiaen and Liszt. On February 20, the Debussy String Quartet from Lyons, France makes its Canadian debut, playing Puccini, Borodin and Debussy. One month later, March 20, distinguished Canadian pianist Jane Coop makes her long-awaited Toronto return after a seven-year absence, playing Beethoven and Scriabin. The season concludes Saturday, April 30 at Koerner Hall, as pianist Anton Kuerti joins the Ontario Philharmonic Orchestra and conductor Marco Parisotto for an all-Brahms program that includes the heroic Piano Concerto No. 1 in D minor and Symphony No. 1 in C minor. (Single tickets for April 30 are $38.)

With the noted exceptions, the concerts take place at Walter Hall, Edward Johnson Building.

MUSIC & TRUFFLES, Mooredale Concerts’ children’s concerts, takes place the same days and locations as the main series. Programs feature excerpts from the main concert, with one truly exceptional exception. On Saturday, April 30, 1:15 p.m. at Walter Hall, celebrated pianist Andrew Rangell presents his unforgettable show, The Story of Babar, the Little Elephant, complete with the original music by Francis Poulenc and Rangell’s own drawings, which he creates on stage. Rangell’s Babar performance at Music & Truffles four years ago was a memorable success, and his return is much anticipated.

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For further information, contact:

Linda Litwack

416-782-7837

e-mail: lalitwack@rogers.com September 17, 2010

Main Pronunciations:

I Musici de Montréal – ee MOO-zee-chee de moh(n)-ray-AL (de as in dent; al as in pal)

Yuli Turovsky – YOO-lee toor-OV-skee

Kuerti – koo-AIR-tee

Elgar – ELL-gar (g as in gold)

Turina – toor-EE-na

Rapsodia Sinfonica – rap-so-DEE-a sin-FONE-ee-ka

Thursday, September 23, 2010

Tafelmusik to Tour Asia with Mandarin version of The Galileo Project

Tafelmusik takes new Mandarin version of

The Galileo Project on tour to Asia

Orchestra makes debut at prestigious Beijing Music Festival

Toronto (Canada) … Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra takes a new Mandarin-language version of its multi-media concert experience The Galileo Project: Music of the Spheres to China this fall for appearances that are part of a tour including stops in Malaysia and South Korea. The Asia TourGalileo Project has been expanded to include Chinese astronomy and music. One of Tafelmusik’s most successful international exports, The Galileo Project has now been seen in Mexico, Canada and the United States and continues to attract invitations from presenters around the world. Toronto audiences will be able to experience the original version of The Galileo Project this season from March 2 to 6, 2011 at Trinity-St. Paul’s Centre.

The Asia tour begins in Kuala Lumpur with two performances on October 18 and 19 at the Dewan Filharmonik Petronas and an education concert at the National Planetarium, home of theMalaysian National Space Agency (ANGKASA). On October 21 and 22, Tafelmusik makes its highly-anticipated debut at the prestigious Beijing Music Festival, including a concert at the Forbidden City Concert Hall. At the end of the tour, three Tafelmusik musicians will run an intensive five-day residency at Hanyang University in Seoul, South Korea. Chinese-Canadian musician Wen Zhao and bilingual American actor Jonathan Kos-Read, a well known film and television personality in China, join Tafelmusik for the performances in Kuala Lumpur and Beijing.

Recognized as “one of the world’s top baroque orchestras” (Gramophone), Tafelmusik exports not only “superb, idiomatic performances” (Globe and Mail), but captivating ideas that translate into unique concert experiences. The Galileo Project is one such experience, created by bassist Alison Mackay to commemorate the International Year of Astronomy. The Galileo Project is a concert programme celebrating the fusion of arts and science, featuring a multidisciplinary team including the Orchestra, astronomers, a stage director, a set and lighting designer, and astronomical photographers.

For the Mandarin version of The Galileo Project, Mackay has incorporated historical information about several Chinese astronomers, as well as the haunting sound of the pipa (a Chinese stringed instrument) performed by Wen Zhao, who appeared in Tafelmusik’s Four Seasons Mosiac DVD. American actor Jonathan Kos-Read, who enjoys star status in China as a TV and film star, performs both the English and Mandarin versions of the Galileo script.

The repertoire for the Chinese edition includes music from the time of Galileo by composers Monteverdi and Merula, together with astronomically-themed music by baroque composers such as Rameau, Handel, Zelenka, and Bach. The second part of the programme begins with a reflection on the achievements of the brilliant 12th century Chinese astronomer Guo Shoujing set against a backdrop of ancient music for the pipa.

The international impact of The Galileo Project has been enormous: a Spanish-language version premiered at Mexico’s Cervantino Festival last fall, broadening Tafelmusik’s reach to Spanish-speaking audiences of the world. The original English-language version also travelled to Los Angeles, Kansas City, Santa Barbara, and San Diego earlier this year, earning unanimous praise from American critics and audiences: “Shattering stereotypes about baroque music-performance practice, Tafelmusik revealed … that the age was animated, colorful, cosmopolitan and sexy, and its artists … profoundly in touch with the human condition.” (Santa Barbara News Press)

The Galileo Project’s impact is also being felt beyond the concert stages of the world: the project was nominated as Canada’s entry in the International Year of Astronomy’s 2009 Prize for Excellence in Astronomy Education and Public Outreach. In November 2009 The Galileo Projectwas the subject of a feature article in Hubble Space Telescope’s CAP Journal (Communicating Astronomy to the Public), and was the December 2009 cover story for International Arts Manager, a UK publication. In April 2009, the International Astronomical Union named an asteroid discovered by Canadian astronomer David Balam in Hawaii “197845 Tafelmusik” in the Orchestra’s honour.

The Galileo Project premiered in Toronto in January 2009 to great critical and audience acclaim:Simply put, this is one of the best, most imaginative shows based on classical music seen here in years …” (Toronto Star).

“Tafelmusik is proud to represent Canada internationally on major tours this season,” states Music Director Jeanne Lamon. “It’s really important that the best Canadian artists go out in the world to remind people that Canada is an important force culturally, as well as politically and economically. I believe we live in one of the finest countries in the world, and I'm very proud to represent Canada on the world stage. Our job as cultural ambassadors is an extremely important part of our raison d'être.”

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Visit Tafelmusik’s website for more information on the Asia tour dates and concert venues. A video excerpt of The Galileo Project can be seen on YouTube.

Tafelmusik Season and Asia Tour Sponsor:

Tafelmusik gratefully acknowledges the support of its partners in government:

Tafelmusik’s Season Radio Sponsor is The New CLASSICAL 96.3 FM.

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Wednesday, September 22, 2010

New Canada Council Michael Measures Prize to recognize aspiring young musicians

New prize to recognize aspiring young musicians

Toronto, September 21, 2010 – The Canada Council for the Arts announced today the creation of the Canada Council Michael Measures Prize to recognize promising young performers of classical music through a partnership with the National Youth Orchestra of Canada (NYOC).

The award is being established thanks to a $1 million bequest to the Canada Council from the late Michael Measures, a music enthusiast and long-time volunteer in the Ottawa arts community. Mr. Measures wanted to create an award that combined his passion for music and his desire to help “young Canadian citizens of emerging ability and of future promise.” The prize will be awarded annually to a single recipient from the income generated by the endowment.

“We are delighted to enter into a partnership with the NYOC to bring life to the wishes of the late Michael Measures,” said Canada Council Director and CEO Robert Sirman. “One of the benefits of this partnership is that it draws from the Orchestra’s pool of candidates, who come from all parts of the country and reflect the diversity of Canada’s musical talent.”

The NYOC will coordinate and supervise the administration of the competition and selection of the annual winner. A recipient, between the ages of 16-22, will be chosen from those who have successfully completed the annual summer training program. The first
Canada Council Michael Measures Prize will be awarded in 2011 during the NYOC’s summer touring program and will provide a young musician with $15,000 to help build his or her career.

“This is excellent news for young musicians from across the country, as it will allow the recipients to kick start their careers on the Canadian stage,” says NYOC Chair Randy Barber. “The opportunity to win such a large prize will also allow the NYOC to draw a high caliber of applicants, thus ensuring that we will continue to foster the careers of this country’s most talented young musicians by providing them with a top quality orchestral experience.”

Information on the program is available on the National Youth Orchestra’s website.

Michael Measures

A native of Ottawa and a graduate of McGill University,
Michael Measures had a great love of the performing and visual arts. He was a supporter and patron of cultural activities and an active volunteer with local arts and heritage organizations. He took a particular interest in providing timely opportunities for young classical musicians to improve their skills and in encouraging public recognition of their achievements. He served for a number of years in various capacities on the board of Ottawa’s Laurentian Junior Music Club and as
Vice-President of the Ottawa Region of the Canadian Music Competitions.

National Youth Orchestra

The National Youth Orchestra of Canada, celebrating its 50th anniversary, is Canada’s advanced orchestral training institute for musicians aged 16 to 28. Its mission is to educate, elevate, and empower Canada’s most gifted young orchestral musicians. Internationally recognized as one of the finest orchestral programs in the world, the NYOC provides the most in-depth comprehensive training anywhere. More than 500 aspiring high school and university-level student musicians audition for the 80 to 100 spots in the NYOC each year. Since its inception in 1960 more that 2,700 of Canada’s finest young musicians have received orchestral training. Its alumni form the core of major Canadian orchestras while others have gone on to become members of prominent international orchestras.

Canada Council for the Arts

In addition to its principal role of promoting and fostering the arts, the Canada Council for the Arts administers and awards many prizes and fellowships in the arts, humanities, social sciences, natural and health sciences, engineering, and arts management. These prizes and fellowships recognize the achievements of outstanding Canadian artists, scholars, and administrators. The Canada Council is committed to raising public awareness and celebrating these exceptional people and organizations on both a national and international level.

Find a complete listing of these awards.

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Sunday, September 19, 2010

Staatskapelle Dresden Tours America

The Staatskapelle Dresden, one of the greatest orchestras in the world, will begin a tour of nine cities as part of their West and East Coast visit of the North America. The distinguished British conductor Daniel Harding will lead this 450 plus year old grand orchestral traditions in a program by the German Romantic and Classical Composers Schumann, Beethoven and Brahms. Viennese super star pianist Rudolf Buchbinder will serve as soloist in this thrilling program. New Yorker's are in for a special treat as Deborah Voigt will perform Beethoven's challenging aria "Ah! Perfido"

Sächsische Staatskapelle Dresden
Founded: September 22, 1548 - Dresden, Germany
Sächsische Staatskapelle Dresden (The Dresden State Orchestra of Saxony) celebrated its 450th Anniversary on 22. September 1998. Founded in 1548 by Elector Moritz of Saxony, it is not only one of the oldest orchestras
in the world and most rich in tradition, but it may well be the only one which has continuously played for more than four and a half centuries and which at the same time has always been one of the leading orchestras during
various epochs. Heinrich Schütz already knew in the middle of the 17th century that it may shine forth and be praised as a light among Protestant chapels. Jean Jacques Rousseau characterised the orchestra as “...the
one with the most balanced forces and the most perfect ensemble”. In 1823, in one of Beethoven’s conversation booklets is stated: “It is generally said that the Dresden Hofkapelle is the best orchestra in Europe.” For Richard
Wagner it was a “miraculous harp”, and Richard Strauss called it “the best opera orchestra in the world.” Seiji Ozawa, after recording “Salome” in 1991, said, “ This orchestra is a dream”, and for Sir Colin Davis it is “the
most individual orchestra”.

Staatskapelle Dresden Itinerary

Daniel Harding, Conductor

Rudolf Buchbinder, Soloist

Saturday, October 23, 20.00 Uhr
Mondavi Center for the Performing Arts
1 Shield Avenue
Davis, California 95616
Box-Office:530-754-5497

Program:
Soloist: Buchbinder
Beethoven:
Piano Concerto #4 G Major, op.58
Intermission
Symphony #7 A Minor,Op. 92
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Sunday, October 24, 7:00 PM
Louise M. Davies Symphony Hall
201 Van Ness Avenue
San Francisco, CA 94102
Box-Office 415-864-6000 sfsymphony.org
Public Relations, San Francisco Symphony 415-503-5474
Publicrelations@sfsymphony.org


Staatskapelle Dresden
Daniel Harding, Conductor
Rudolf Buchbinder, Piano Soloist


Program
Schumann / Manfred Overture, Opus 115
Beethoven / Piano Concerto No. 4 in G major, Opus 58
Intermission
Brahms / Symphony No. 2 in D major, Opus 73 _____________________________________________________________________________

Tuesday, October 26, 8:00 PM
The Granada Theater (Santa Barbara Center for the Performing Arts)
1214 State Street, Santa Barbara, CA 93101

DRESDEN STAATSKAPELLE
(Sächsische Staatskapelle Dresden)
DANIEL HARDING, Conductor
RUDOLF BUCHBINDER, Piano


The Granada box office at 805-899-2222

PROGRAM:

Robert Schumann: Manfred, Op. 115: Overture
Schumann: Piano Concerto in A minor, Op. 54
Ludwig van Beethoven: Symphony No. 7 in A Major, Op. 92




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Tuesday, October 27
Segerstrom Hall
Orange County Performing Arts Center
615 Town Center Drive
Costa Mesa, CA
Box-Office:: 949-553-3422 x229
Press: Marie Sonco-Torres; 949-553-2422 x280

Program @ 17.30
Soloist: Buchbinder
Beethoven:
Piano Concerto #4 G Major, op.58
Intermission
Brahms
Symphony No. 2, D Minor Op. 73
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Thursday, October 28 at 8:00PM
Staatskapelle Dresden
Daniel Harding, Conductor
Rudolf Buchbinder, Piano Soloist

Copley Symphony Hall
1245 7th Avenue
San Diego California 92101

Box-Office: 619-235-0804

Program:

SCHUMANN Overture to "Manfred", Op. 115
SCHUMANN Piano Concerto No.1 in A Minor
Intermission
BEETHOVEN Symphony No. 7 in A Major
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Sunday, October 31, @ 3:00 PM
Avery Fisher Hall
70 Lincoln Center Plaza
New York, NY 10023
Box-office-212-875-5000 or 212-875-5140

Staatskapelle Dresden
Daniel Harding, Conductor

Program

Brahms: Ein Deutsches Requiem, Op. 45


Monday, November 1 @ 8:00 PM
Avery Fisher Hall
“Ah! Perfido” op.65
(Soprano: Deborah Voigt)
Soloist: Rudolf Buchbinder, Pianist
Beethoven:
Piano Concerto #4 G Major, op.58
Symphony #7 A Minor,Op. 92
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Tuesday, November 2 at 8:00 PM
Verizon Hall
Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts
300 South Broad Street
Philadelphia, Pa.19102
Box-Office-215-670-2340

Staatskapelle Dresden,
Daniel Harding, Conductor

Brahms: Ein Deutsches Requiem, Op. 45

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Wednesday, November 3, 8:00 PM
John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts
Concert Hall
700 F Street, NW
Washington, DC

Box-Office -202-467-4600

Staatskapelle Dresden
Daniel Harding, Conductor
Rudolf Buchbinder, Piano Soloist

Program:

Soloist: Buchbinder
Beethoven:
Piano Concerto #4 G Major, op.58
Intermission
Brahms
Symphony No. 2, D Minor Op. 73

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Tuesday, September 14, 2010

25 Competitors Participating in CCC's Inaugural Toronto International Piano Competition

Left: Jury Panel of the First Toronto International Piano Competition Photo Credit: Linda Litwack








FIRST CCC TORONTO INTERNATIONAL

PIANO COMPETITION

CHOOSES 25* COMPETITORS TO COME TO TORONTO NOVEMBER 1-8

Twenty-five pianists age 16-31 have been chosen to participate in the first CCC Toronto International Piano Competition, November 1-8, 2010.

They were selected on the basis of their DVD performances and résumés by the Competition’s artistic committee of five professional pianists and professors, who evaluated 100 entries from 25 countries.

China leads with the most competitors – eight in all – followed by the U.S. with five; two each from Canada, Korea, Poland and Russia; and one each from Belgium, the Republic of Georgia, Kazakhstan and Ukraine. Canada is represented by Korean-born Su Jeon, 30, of Toronto, currently finishing her doctorate in Montreal; and by Wayne Weng, 27, of Surrey, BC, who was born in Taiwan and educated in the U.K.

The two youngest candidates are both 16 and both from China – Peng Lin and Yutong Sun. The eldest candidate is Dizhou Zhao, 31, also from China. (The complete list is appended,)

Presented by the Chinese Cultural Centre of Greater Toronto (CCCGT), the CCC Toronto International Piano Competition offers a total of $28,000 U.S. in prizes. The first-prize winner receives $15,000 U.S. along with orchestral and solo concert engagements. Second prize is $8,000 U.S., and third, $5,000 U.S.

The event begins November 1 with the opening reception and a draw for performance order. The first two rounds, November 2-3 and 4-5, and Round III (six semi-finalists) November 7, all take place 1-8 p.m. at the CCCGT’s P.C. Ho Theatre, 5183 Sheppard Ave. E. (at Progress/Sheppard bus stop).

For the Final, Monday, November 8, 7:30 p.m., three candidates perform with the new Toronto Concert Orchestra conducted by Kerry Stratton, at the Royal Conservatory’s Koerner Hall.

Admission for Rounds I-III is $10 per day, purchased at the door, or in advance from (416) 292-9293 ext. 229 or 232, or tickets@cccpianocompetitions.org. Tickets for the November 8 Final are $25-35, from (416) 408-0208 or www.rcmusic.ca.

A $70 ticket package covers all three rounds at the P.C. Ho Theatre and a $35 ticket for the Final at Koerner Hall. Packages may be ordered via (416) 292-9293 ext. 229 or 232, or tickets@cccpianocompetitions.org.

Lang Ning Liu and Lu Wang are particularly proud that this event is a rarity amongst such piano competitions, in that the artistic directors are high-level performers. “Even our administration consists almost exclusively of professional musicians,” they note. “That is why we have been able to attract our top-flight jury.”

Chaired by Yoheved Kaplinsky of the Juilliard School, the jury comprises Marc Durand, Université de Montréal and the Banff Centre’s 2010 Piano Master Class program; Marietta Orlov, University of Toronto, and the Royal Conservatory’s Glenn Gould School; Richard Dyer, former chief music critic of the Boston Globe; John Giordano, jury chair, Van Cliburn International Piano Competition, and music director emeritus of the Fort Worth Symphony; Yong Hi Moon, Peabody Institute of Music; and Arie Vardi, Hochschule für Musik in Hannover, Tel Aviv University, and chair, Arthur Rubinstein International Piano Master Competition.

Honorary advisors are Peter Simon, President of the Royal Conservatory, Toronto; James Anagnoson, Dean of the Royal Conservatory’s Glenn Gould School; world renowned pianist Dang Thai Son, and Prof. David Beach of the University of Toronto and Royal Conservatory.

Competition President is Dr. Ming-Tat Cheung, Chairman and President of the Chinese Cultural Centre (CCC) of Greater Toronto since 1989. Dr. Dong-Dong Dong is the Vice-President of the Competition.

In addition to support from major sponsors Rolex Canada Ltd., Philip Leong and Downtown Fine Cars Group, the Competition is supported by a Celebrate Ontario grant. Sponsors for the Competition pianos are the Piano & Keyboard Centre and Yamaha Canada. The University of Toronto and The Royal Conservatory are major collaborators.

Details on all phases of the Competition, including the distinguished international judging panel and other key personnel are at www.cccpianocompetitions.org/international.html

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The complete list of competitors is below.

Media: For further information, contact:

Urgent requests and sponsorship opportunities:

Linda Litwack

Angela Chan

416-782-7837

416-292-9293 ext 231

e-mail: lalitwack@rogers.com

e-mail: angela.chan@cccgt.org or angelapchan@hotmail.com

September 10, 2010

Pronunciations

Lang-Ning Liu – Lahng (almost like Long) Ning lee-OH (vowels elide on last name)

Yoheved Kaplinsky – yo-HEV-ed ka-PLIN-skee

(Marc) Durand – Dü-ro(ng)

Marietta Orlov – ma-ree-ET-ta OR-lawv

(John) Giordano – jor-DAH-no

Yong Hi Moon – yong hee moon

Arie Vardi – AR-ee VAR-dee.

Anagnoson – a-NAG-na-son

Stratton – STRA-tun

Dang Thai Son – dahng tie sohn (tie as in necktie)

List of 25 competitors coming to Toronto for Round I & II, by Nationality

Last Name

First Name

Gender

Nationality

Age

Proot

Stephanie

F

Belgium

23

Jeon

Su

F

Canada

30

Weng

Wayne

M

Canada

27

Fan

Zaozao

M

China

18

Lin

Peng

F

China

16

Sun

Yutong

M

China

16

Sun

Jiayan

F

China

20

Wu

Hui

F

China

23

Yang

Lei

M

China

29

Yuan

Jie

M

China

24

Zhao

Dizhou

M

China

31

Kodanashvili

Vakhtang

M

Georgia

32

Khegai

Stanislav

M

Kazakhstan

25

Han

Yoonjung

F

Korea

25

Park

Joo Hyeon

M

Korea

22

Mikulska*

Aleksandra

F

Poland

28 (withdrawn)

Zukiewicz

Adam

M

Poland

26

Khomiakov

Vladimir

M

Russia

26

Neller

Sergey

M

Russia

27

Zvegintsov

Kirill

M

Ukraine

27

Asai

Jun

F

USA

28

Boren

Benjamin

M

USA

29

Gabrielian

Tanya

F

USA

27

Kim

Ben

M

USA

27

Yang

Amy Jiaqi

F

USA

26

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