The Peter Takács Beethoven Prize in Piano: Final Round

Date, time, location

Sunday, December 4, 2022
1:00 pm

Finney Chapel

90 N. Professor St.
Oberlin, OH 44074

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Named for Professor Peter Takács and the composer whose music has been a pivotal source of inspiration throughout his career, this annual competition presents standout student pianists in performances of Beethoven.

The Final Round on Sunday is free and open to the public. This round will showcase recital performances of up to six pianists who advance from the closed Saturday round. Pianists will perform two major works by Beethoven. 

The competition jury members are Lydia Artymiw and Craig Sheppard.

The pianists are competing for prizes—the Takács/Beethoven Prize, ($5000), the Leon Fleisher Prize ($1500), the Howard Karp '51 Prize ($1000), and a finalist prize ($500/each).

The Takács/Beethoven Prize is made possible by the Steve and Linda Rosen Family.

Estimated Performance Times
1:00 PM - Leo Lu
1:47 PM - Natasha Wu
2:34 PM - Yihang Chen
3:21 PM - Jiongli Wang

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