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Final results

The third final round of auditions has finished. The Competition Jury has assessed and selected the winners of this year’s competition. The best ones will perform at a great final. The Concert of Laureates and awarding of prizes will take place on 14 September at 19.00 in bazylika NMP Anielskiej in Dąbrowa Górnicza, ul. Królowej Jadwigi 17.

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The report of the final meeting of the Jury of the 5th Michał Spisak International Music Competition in Dąbrowa Górnicza

The Competition Jury included:

Chairman of the Jury
Prof. Stanisław Dziewior – Karol Szymanowski Academy of Music in Katowice

Vice-Chairmen
Prof. Wiesław Grochowski – Karol Szymanowski Academy of Music in Katowice,
Prof. Jan Górny – Karol Szymanowski Academy of Music in Katowice.

Members:
Prof. Igor Cecocho – Karol Lipiński Academy of Music in Wrocław,
Prof. Roman Gryń – Academy of Music in Kraków,
Prof. Vadim Novikov – P. Tchaikovsky Conservatory in Moscow,
Prof. Jan Wincenty Hawel – Karol Szymanowski Academy of Music in Katowice,
Prof. Alfred Kasprzok – Switzerland/Basel,
Asst. Prof. Marek Medyński – G. and K. Bacewicz Academy of Music in Łódź,
mgr Peter Malton – Sweden,
Asst. Prof. Zdzisław Stolarczyk – Academy of Music in Krakow,
lect. Tadeusz Kassak – St. Moniuszko Academy of Music in Gdańsk.

Secretary of the Jury

dr Anna Waluga – Karol Szymanowski Academy of Music in Katowice

Artistic Director and Vice-Secretary of the Jury
Zygmunt Tlatlik – Karol Szymanowski Academy of Music in Katowice

From 6 September to 13 September 2011, after listening to candidates, from Poland and other European countries, for three specialties of wind instruments – trumpet, horn, trombone, the Jury has decided to award the following prizes:

The trombone specialty:

The 1st prize in the amount of 12.000PLN and statuette are awarded to:
Karol Gajda

The 2nd prize in the amount of 9.000PLN and statuette are awarded joint to:
Bartosz Bury
Tomasz Gajewski

A special award in the amount of 3.000PLN is granted to:
Andrzej Tkaczyk

The trumpet specialty:

The 1st prize in the amount of 12.000PLN and statuette are granted to:
Piotr Nowak

Three third prizes in the amount of 6.000PLN and statuettes are granted joint to:
Maciej Gwóźdź
Damian Kurek
Damian Marat

A special award in the amount of 3.000PLN is granted to:
Paweł Tuliński

The horn specialty:

The 1st prize in the amount of 12.000PLN and statuette is granted to:
Krzysztof Tomczyk

3rd prize in the amount of 6.000PLN and statuette are granted to:
Wawrzyniec Szymański

A special award in the amount of 3.000PLN is granted to:
Stanisław Przygoda

The Jury of the competition granted the following extra-statutory awards:

An award of Instytucja Promocji i Upowszechniania Muzyki SILESIA in the form of invitations to concerts are granted to the laureates of the 1st prizes:

Karol Gajda – trombone
Piotr Nowak – trumpet
Krzysztof Tomczyk – horn

The Jury granted diplomas to the most distinctive accompanists.

These are:

Mirella Malorny
Anna Czaicka
Monika Gardoń – Preinl
Adam Greń
Maria Rutkowska
Maria Miszczak

The Jury granted awards in the amount of 1.000PLN each, funded by the Rector of the Karol Szymanowski Academy of Music in Katowice, Prof. Tomasz Miczka for the best performance of pieces written to the Competition.

They are granted to:

The trombone specialty – Karol Gajda – for performance of the piece by Zdzisław Szostak – Adagio e rondino for trombone and piano
The trumpet specialty – Piotr Nowak- for performance of the piece by Zdzisław Szostak – Andantino e saltarella per tromba a pianoforte
The horn specialty – Krzysztof Tomczyk – for performance of the piece by Jan Wincenty Hawel – Mała Ballada na waltornię i fortepian

Symphony Orchestra of Zabrze Philharmonic granted the prize of 4,000PLN to Krzysztof Tomczyk – horn, funded by STOART Society for Performing Artists (Związek Artystów Wykonawców).

The Jury thanks the Symphony Orchestra of Zabrze Philharmonic conducted by Sławomir Chrzanowski for participation in rehearsals and performances of the participants in the Competition in the 3rd round and the concert of laureates.

Appreciating artistic, social and cultural values of the Competition, the Jury owes a deep debt of gratitude to authorities of Dąbrowa Górnicza for an initiative and continuation of the Michał Spisak International Music Competition and for preparation and organization of it.

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