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Archive for July, 2019

SYMF 2019

26July
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Competition Results: Over the course of two weekends 64 of our students descended upon Cal State Long Beach competing in this years Southwestern Youth Music Festival.  Each of our students could participate in up to three categories from Solo, Duo/Duet, and Concerto.  As the event closed for another year this past Monday our 64 students brought home a staggering 92 Awards.  Congratulations to all our students, teachers, and parents for their hard work and fantastic results!

All results have been updated on the Awards page.

Carmel Klavier International Piano Competition For Young Artists 2019

4July
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LCP invaded Carmel, Indiana! 17 young pianists represented LCP to compete at Carmel Klavier Piano International For Young Artists from June 26 through June 30, 2019. Together with young pianists and faculties from China, Colombia, Turkey, Canada, Mexico, South Korea, Italy, and USA, they competed for 5 intense days.

In conclusion, our LCP teams brought home 37 trophies. In Concerto Categories, where pianists performed one or more movements of a concerto, which could be over 20 minutes long, Hong An Hoang is the 1st Prize winner in Advanced B and is the overall Grand Prize winner with perfect scores from 2 out of 3 adjudicators. Ashley Dixon won 1st Prize, Bella Dang won 2nd Prize, and Rachael Vu won 3rd Prize in their respective categories. In Ensemble Categories, our youngest pianists: Angelina Nguyen, Alexander Vu, Ashley Tran, and Skyler Tran, won their first ever 1st Prize trophies. In the Duet Categories, our 3 young duet teams (Alexander Vu, Ashley Tran, Angelina Nguyen, Skyler Tran, Bella Dang, and Sterling Tran) won one 1st Prize and two 2nd Prizes. In Solo Categories, which is the toughest category and after 2 live rounds, Sterling Tran won 2nd Prize in Solo Intermediate A1.

A huge congratulations to our young pianists!!!

Grand Prize Advanced B Concerto – Hong An Hoang

1st Place Advanced B Concerto – Hong An Hoang

1st Place Intermediate B Concerto – Ashley Dixon

1st Place Elementary Ensemble – Angelina Nguyen, Skyler Tran, Ashley Tran, and Alexander Vu

1st Place Elementary Duet – Ashley Tran and Alexander Vu

2nd Place Intermediate A1 Solo – Sterling Tran

2nd Place Intermediate A Concerto – Bell Dang

2nd Place Elementary Duet – Angelina Nguyen and Skyler Tran

2nd Place Intermediate A Duet – Bella Dang and Sterling Tran

3rd Place Intermediate B Concerto – Rachael Vu

3rd Place Intermediate B Duet – Rachel Vu and Hazel Vuu

3rd Place Advanced Duet – Ashley Dixon and Elizabeth Marana

3rd Place Intermediate Ensemble – Rachel Vu and Hazel Vuu

3rd Place Advanced Ensemble – Ashley Dixon and Elizabeth Marana

Honorable Mention Intermediate Ensemble – Bella Dang, Sterling Tran, Jennifer Vu, and Tramy Nguyen

Honorable Mention Intermediate Ensemble – Michelle Ho and Breanna Nguyen

Honorable Mention Intermediate A Duet- Jennifer Vu and Katelyn Vo 

Honorable Mention Intermediate B Duet- Michelle Ho and Breanna Nguyen

Honorable Mention Intermediate B2 Solo- Hazel Vuu

Honorable Mention Advance A Concerto – Nicole Ho

Honorable Mention Intermediate A Concerto – Sterling Tran