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Prizewinners Details

Full Prizewinners Details:

1st Prize –SaeYoon Chon – South Korea – who also received the Mai Hannon Prize for best performance of a Liszt piece in any round of the Competition

2nd Prize – Evren Ozel, USA – who also received the Bridget Doolan Prize for the best performance of a Mozart piece in any round of the Competition and the Chopin Prize in memory of Joseph McCullough for the best performance of a Chopin piece in any round of the Competition.

3rd Prize – Alexey Sychev – Russia

4th Prize – Aristo Sham – Hong Kong SAR P.R. China, who also received the National Symphony Orchestra Concerto Prize.

The Charles J. Brennan Prize, for the highest placed Irish Competitor was won by Eoín Fleming , who also receives the McCullough Bursary, the National Concert Hall Prize, the RTÉ Prize and the Key Capital Prize for the best performance of the Irish Commissioned Piece.

Alim Beisembayev -Kazakhstan- won the Ita Stephens Prize for the best performance of a piece by Beethoven in the Competition

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