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Jury of Competitions

  • Adamowski Juliusz

    Pianist, educator and lecturer, actively engaged in various musical activities.

  • Baranyay Lászlo

    Laureate of numerous international piano competitions, professor at the "Franz Liszt" University of Music in Budapest.

  • Indjic Eugen

    He was born in Belgrade in 1947. His mother was a Russian amateur pianist and his father a Serbian army general under King Peter II of Yugoslavia.

  • Jasinski Andrzej

    Andrzej Jasinski (Poland) completed his piano studies under Prof. Wladyslawa Markiewicz in the State High School of Music in Katowice, Poland.

  • Jenner Alexander

    Alexander Jenner (Austria) – emeritus professor at Universität für Musik und Darstellende Kunst in Vienna; laureate at international piano competitions; juror at the biggest world-wide piano competitions.

  • Lantos Istvan

    He belongs to the „new wave” of brilliant young Hungarian pianists that in the early 1970's burst onto the domestic and international musical scene and created a sensation among experts both in Hungary and abroad.

  • Obidowicz Włodzimierz

    On 29th June 2016 x in Wrocław at the age of 86 died Professor Włodzimierz Obidowicz, an outstanding pianist and pedagogue, teacher of many generations of pianists, founding member of the F. Liszt Society in Poland.

  • Orlovetsky Alexei

    Prominent Pianist, Pedagogue, Composer and Conductot, prize-winner of international piano competitions, a graduate (1984) and a lecturer at the St. Petersburg Conservatory (till 1996).

  • Victor Merzhanov

    On 20th December 2012 in Moscow, at the age of 93 passed away Prof. Victor Merzhanov – outstanding artist and humanist, pianist of a great international recognition, one of the best world-renown pianist-pedagogue.