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Little Chopin wins an International Competition!



Last November, a few of our top students competed in Division 2 (for ages 13-14) the 13th Biennial Los Angeles International Liszt Competition. Out of 37 spectacular and highly talented prodigies, there was one student who emerged victorious above them all. Not only did he receive 1st place, but he was invited to perform in Paris by Professor Adam Wibrowski, an internationally acclaimed piano educator from Paris Conservatory, and offered a sponsorship to The Liszt Academy in Budapest, Hungary, where Maestro Franz Liszt came from.

Give it up for, ALDRIC GOZON.

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Taken from the Christmas Recital Booklet

To view his performance during the concert, click here:


Here are the profiles of the judges for this year’s Los Angeles International Liszt Competition, paraphrased from the Los Angeles International Liszt Competition pamphlet.  Here are also some fan made images of Aldric! He is so COOL!!!

Aldric with three judges. From left to right: Professor Adam Wibrowski (Paris Conservatory), Professor Edward Rath (University of Illinois School of Music) and Professor Gila Goldstein (Boston University).

Aldric with three judges. From left to right: Professor Adam Wibrowski (Paris Conservatory), Professor Edward Rath (University of Illinois School of Music) and Professor Gila Goldstein (Boston University).

Eugene Alcalay has a Ph.D from the Julliad School for Piano Performance. He has performed in Europe, Asia, South America, and the United States.

Zsuzsanna Bodas teaches at the Zoltan Kodaly and Leo Weiner Conservatories in Budapest and is a featured soloist in Leizpig, Salzburg, and Gyula.

David Cannata is an organist, pianist, and lecturer on 19th Century Traditions of pianists, composers, and conductors. He teaches at the Esther Boyer College of Music and Dance at Temple University.

Gabriel Dobner is considered as the “master of Lieder Pianists” and is a member of the American Lizst Society’s Board of Directors.

He is invited to perform at Paris by Adam Wimbrowski

He is invited to perform at Paris by Adam Wimbrowski, an internationally acclaimed piano educator from Paris Conservatory

Alexandre Dossin has 15 CDs released worldwide, including 2 all Lizst CDs and has performed in numerous recitals in over 20 countries.

Gila Goldstien has given master classes in the USA, Asia, and Israel and has been a collaborative pianist throughout the United States, Europe, Canada, Mexico, China, Philippines, and Israel.

Stephan Moller has performed in Japan, China, North and South America and is the president of the Vienna International Pianists Association.

Thomas Otten made his debut at age seventeen with the National Symphony Orchestra at the John F. Kennedy Center and has been on the faculties of Saarburger Serenaden International Music Festival (Germany)

Edward Rath is a Steinway Artist and for 22 years was the administrative director of the Classical Music Festival at the Esterhazy Palace in Einsenstadlt, Austria

Aldric Future City

Aldric is the future!

Nancy Roldan is the founder and director of the Lizst-Garrison Festival and International Competition and is a recitalist, collaborative artist, and soloist.

Emese Tokes is the principal teacher of piano at the Leo Weiner Academy of Music in Budapest and has acquired her Performing Arist and Teaching Diplomas from the Licee de Muisque in Marosvararhely at the George Ensecu Academy.

Peter Toth has performed in Japan, South Korea, Peru, Costa Rica, China, Austrailia, and the United States and has studied at the Liszt Academy in Budapest.

James Walker is a nationally recognized conductor and concert organist and his solo recitals are broadcast on the national Public Radio.

Adam Wimbrowski taught master classes at major univerisities in USA, Canda, Australia, Japan, Vietnam, Italy, and China and has won 1st Place in the National Chopin Competition in Poland.

Aldric Planet 1

and Aldric is on top of the world.

For more information, head onto: http://www.lisztcompetition.com/

Little Chopin is SUPER PROUD of Aldric Gozon’s achievement. This is phenomenal! He continues to inspire pianists all around the studio to dream big and win big! Thank you so much, Aldric Gozon!