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2004 The 2nd Sendai International Music Competition -Final Results of the Piano Section-

 The Piano Section's Final Round of the 2nd Sendai International Music Competition was held on June 17 and 18 at the Sendai City Youth Cultural Center in Sendai, Japan.
The results are as follows:
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 Piano Section
 Prizewinners

1st Place

TAN Xiao Tang

China

3,000,000 Japanese Yen,
Diploma, Gold Medal
2nd Place
TAKADA Masataka
Japan
2,000,000 Japanese Yen,
Diploma, Silver Medal
3rd Place
Michael NAMIROVSKY
Israel
1,000,000 Japanese Yen,
Diploma, Bronze Medal
4th Place
Elizaveta DMITRIEVA
Russia
800,000 Japanese Yen,
Diploma
5th Place
Sean KENNARD
U.S.A.
700,000 Japanese Yen,
Diploma
6th Place
Florence BOISSOLLE
France
600,000 Japanese Yen,
Diploma

Audience Prize
50,000 Japanese Yen, Diploma

 1st day, Semifinal (6/11)

Sean KENNARD

 U.S.A.
 2nd day, Semifinal (6/12)
TSUDA Yuya
 Japan
 3rd day, Semifinal (6/13)
TAN Xiao Tang
 China
 *Awarded to performers most voted by the audiences each day of the semifinals.

 The French Ambassador to Japan Prize

 TAN Xiao Tang

China

 Opportunity to perform at the residence of the French Ambassador to Japan
For further information on the competition, please click here:
http://japansclassic.com/news/040611/01.html(the article of "Classical Music NEWS" of June 11, 2004)

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