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Konkurs Paderewskiego / Paderewski Competition

Od kilku dni najlepsi pianiści świata grają w Bydgoszczy, a wszystko za sprawą XII Międzynarodowego Konkursu Pianistycznego im. Ignacego Jana Paderewskiego.
Czy macie już Państwo swoich faworytów? Kto z uczestników zachwycił lirycznością, a kto okazał się rasowym wirtuozem? Kto wypadł najlepiej w kompozycjach Paderewskiego? Czy któryś z dotychczasowych recitali szczególnie Was poruszył? Który z konkursowych fortepianów brzmi najpiękniej?
Te i wiele innych pytań towarzyszą nam podczas przesłuchań. Drodzy Studenci, Pedagodzy, Melomani – zapraszamy do dzielenia się swoimi komentarzami i refleksjami związanymi z Konkursem!

As 12th International Paderewski Piano Competition proceeds to the semifinal stage we invite you to share your comments and reflections!

 

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    Chang Yi 3 tygodnie temu
    It is my honor to be a student of the Conservatory of Music in Bydgoszcz to hear such an international piano competition live. I like Adam Kałduński's performance very much, I once heard his live performance in Beijing, China. He won the first prize in that Chopin Competition, which is why I chose to come to Poland to study piano. That time he played Chopin’s second Ballade, and this time he still played this piece, which I think is still as perfect as before. I like the way he touches the keys and the way he handles emotions.
    Chang Yi 3 tygodnie temu
    Okui Shio - a very shocking japanese girl, she's only seventeen years old but her performance is perfect. I love her performance of the Chopin Sonata, it's a difficult piece, but she's perfect. Friends around me are also saying that her performance is perfect and even my professor hopes that she can get a good result in this competition.
    Yang Qin 3 tygodnie temu
    I like Wu Junlin's performance of the Haydn Sonata, which is very sophisticated in tone and phrasing, with just the right dynamics sound to impress. The Liszt Sonata in b minor, which he performed with perfect technique, was well performed, but I personally found the tonal treatment in the climactic passages of the impetus and the middle passages of the transposition a little lacking. But the final dazzling fragment also demonstrated his strong technical ability and also the good tonal transition with the final lyrical fragment of the articulation. It is undeniably an excellent performance.
    Yang Qin 3 tygodnie temu
    I like the performance of Pawlak Piotr. I liked his control of tone (all the pieces) and the Liszt Sonata in B minor showed his own understanding of the piece with an impressive variety of tones, especially in the Fugue passage where he used very different tones for the same motive and under a weak voice, with great control. The mood of this mournful song is brought out in the most tender and powerful way.
    Yang Qin 3 tygodnie temu
    In the semifinal, of a few excellent participants interpretations of Mozart, I prefer Okui Shio rendition of Mozart's concerto K.467. I was deeply impressed by her excellent cooperation with the orchestra and the vivid sentences and dynamics of Mozart. About the cadenza of the first movement, perfect technique and beautiful timbre. It's worth to talk about that she used a lot of her wrist area to generate power while her fingers run a lot. Although some sentences were not very clear, she also showed her understanding of Mozart, in a style that is both restrained and lyrical under simple melodies, each note must contain details and ideas. The tone was very clean and crisp, but not lack of fluctuations and details. She performed well in some parts that echoed the orchestra, cooperated well with the conductor and naturally connected the sentences through different timbre processing for the same motive. Although the orchestra's wind section was a little slow in a few sentences. I think the style is a bit like that of a Japanese pianist, Mitsuko Uchida, who is also one of the best Mozart performers in the world. I also liked her performance of the solo parts in the third movement. Clear running of the right hand at weak intensity, and natural dynamics with pitch. The left hand is very singing playing melody, accompanied by colorful timbre. It reminded me of her performance of Chopin's Sonata No. 3 in the second round, which was also impressive with perfect technique and timbre. I think she is an excellent pianist, and she is so young. I’m looking forward to her performance in the final.
    YU CHEN 2 tygodnie temu
    I listened to Takubo Moka's semi-final performance. She is from Japan. I liked her performance of Chopin Sonata No. 3 in B minor. She built good phrasing. She showed the melodic line clearly and very smoothly. Her body movements and expressions were also just right and not exaggerated. She was very powerful in the strong parts but also very emotional in the weak parts. She even memorized the obligatory piece for the competition, something that many participants did not do because their preparation time was short. This allowed her to concentrate more on the performance. But I personally think she lacked a sense of story in this piece. I will look forward to her performance in the next competition.
    Yue Hou 2 tygodnie temu
    I liked Okui Shio's performance, she is a very young Japanese player and I was attracted by her performance. She was using a FAZIOLI piano and I liked the Mozart concerto she played. Mozart's works are very difficult to handle because you have to play strictly according to the composer's ideas, but Okui Shio did it very well. She has a great sense of musicianship and handles emotion very well. She has superb technique and finger control. What surprised me the most was that she was very young, but didn't seem nervous during the competition. It was a great performance and there is no denying that she is a very good pianist!
    Yue Hou 2 tygodnie temu
    I liked Pawlak Piotr's performance, he is a good Polish pianist and I liked his Beethoven Concerto in the final. This piece is very difficult to play, first of all the player needs to have a very high level of technique, and obviously Pawlak Piotr did that. Secondly, I like his control of the music, which is very precise. Especially in the second movement, I thought he played it with great delicacy and feeling. And also he works very well with the orchestra, very well together. Overall, he is a very good player.
    Yining Cui 4 dni temu
    Yonghuan Zhong is really young, only 17, but brave and competent. Overall the touch of the keys is very soft, and the pedal is clean. I like his Chopin Nocturne, I feel calm and he has good understanding for this piece, and deep, artistic, breathing and phrases are handled properly. Chopin Etude is clean and clear. Liszt and Rachmaninov have good articulation and good control. Every sound is light but clear. It's great to have such an understanding of music at his age. The overall playing style is soft, which makes people very comfortable. A gifted boy still young, will be a good pianist
    Yining Cui 4 dni temu
    Wu JunLin, the performance is very stable, which makes people think that his music is logical and not pretentious. Has good communication with the band and conductor, and cooperates well. But I think it doesn't seem dramatic, dynamic is not obvious, and it's a little flat. His cadenza is very creative and shows his personal skills well. I think the signal given by the conductor of the orchestra is very clear, no doubt. I like him very much. I hope he can perform better.