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    Nothing like Rachmaninov PC3 to close out the competition, except perhaps with Michelle Kwan doing a live accompaniment with footwork leading into a triple flip.
    Thanks for remembering!

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    Results are in:

    Gold: Kholodenko
    Silver: Rana
    Bronze: Chen

    Best Chamber Music: Kholodenko (really?)
    Best Commissioned Work: Kholodenko

    Discretionary awards: Huangci, Deljavan, S. Lin

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    Kholodenko's Prokofiev PC3
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ggoiljeap74

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    I especially love the last 5 minues of this concerto & he is wonderful.

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    Well the audience was really with Kholodenko.
    Somehow, I was more touched by Rana's concerto. I find 2nd Prokofiev very difficult to love because pianists tend to crucify it. I Loved Rana playing it.
    As of March 2013 - no longer scared of TAHbKA or Andrey aka Pushkin

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    I thought that Kholodenko, Rana, Chen, and Mndoyants performances in the Finals were all of extraordinary quality.

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    I agree - the finals were amazing.
    Truly remarkable performances.
    As of March 2013 - no longer scared of TAHbKA or Andrey aka Pushkin

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    Cliburn epilogue:

    Leonard Slatkin's thoughts from the podium - he calls the competition right:
    http://leonardslatkin.com/

    Audience favorite Alessandro Deljavan ponders the future
    http://www.star-telegram.com/2013/06...mpetition.html

    For those already in piano withdrawal, the biennial Cleveland competition will take place in late July/early August and often features non-medal-winning Cliburn competitors. It is usually webcast, either on their own or through the classical music station in Cleveland.

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    Thank you for these articles.
    I wonder if Alessandro Deljavan will decide to compete in Cleveland?

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    The article mentioned he'd been accepted, and currently he is on the competitor list along with a few recognizable faces from this year's and past Cliburn (and Cleveland) competitions.

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