THE WINNERS OF THE EIGHTH JSFest 2020 COMPOSITION COMPETITION

1. in the following nominated categories:
instrumental music (works for solo instruments, instrumental groups, orchestras, chamber music);

Group 1: up to 12 years

1 place - Illia Darnytskyi, Kiev, Ukraine

2 place - Emily Bai, Clarksville, Maryland,USA

3 place - Xue Chujun , Yunnan, China

 

Group 2: from 13 to 16 years

1 place – Lucy Chen, Potomac, United States

1 place – Austin Ching Xunkai, Singapore

 

2 place – Yihong Song, Ashburn, Virginia, USA

2 place – Naomi Ling, Maryland, USA

2 place – Cassi Chen, Potomac, USA

2 place – Emma Martine Lam Olsen, Oslo, Norway

 

3 place – Yutong Zhang, Beijing, China

3 place – Ammy Yuan, Ellicott, City, USA

3 place – David Wang Lu, Ellicott City, United States

3 place – Grace Ma, Potomac, United States

 

4 place – Nicole Liang, Clarksville, Maryland, USA

4 place – YiYang Chen, FoShan, China

 

Group 3: students;

1 place – Shiyuan Li, Beijing, China

1 place – Oleksandr  Kostov, Towson MD, USA

 

4 place – Kesem Ninio, Haifa, Israel

 

Group 4: teachers

1 place - Khishigtogtokh Altangerel, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia (N41-nomination1)

2 place - Khishigtogtokh Altangerel, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia (N44-nomination2)

 

Group 5: professionals

1 place - Yuto Obata, Saitama, Japan

2 place - Han Bing, Beijing, China

 

Group 6: amateurs

2 place - Andrey Kuznetsov, Saint-Petersburg, Russia

 

2. Category: vocal and choral music (works for voice and accompaniment instruments, for voice and ensemble, vocal ensembles, choral music with and without accompaniment)

Group 3: students

2 place - Devon Osamu Tipp, Pittsburgh, USA

3 place - Ng Pan Hon, Macao, China

 

Group 5: professionals

3 place - Avak Avakyan, Krasnoyarsk, Russian Federation  

 

3. Category: pop and jazz music

 

Group 3: students

2 place - Danil Loginov, Moscow, Russia

 

Group 5: professionals

1 place - Kristina Krit, Moscow, Russia

1 place - Tian Shuke, Shanghai,China