Jury of Competitions
Pianist, educator and lecturer, actively engaged in various musical activities.
Laureate of numerous international piano competitions, professor at the "Franz Liszt" University of Music in Budapest.
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.
Andrzej Jasinski (Poland) completed his piano studies under Prof. Wladyslawa Markiewicz in the State High School of Music in Katowice, Poland.
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.
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.
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.
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).
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.