Replay video of the San Antonio International Piano Competition (SAIPC) finals and winners' recital, webcast live from the Trinity University's Ruth Taylor Recital Hall, One Trinity Place, San Antonio from on OCtober 20 and 21, 2012.
- Gold Medalist, $15,000 and Performance Opportunities: Lo-An Lin, 24, Taiwan
- Silver Medalist, $10,000 and Performance Opportunity: Angelo Arciglione, 30, Italy
- Bronze Medalist, $5,000: Yejin Noh, 25, Korea
- Special Recognition, $2,500: Younggun Kim, 32, Korea/Canada; Mei Rui, 29, China/USA
- Best Performance of the Commissioned Work, $1,500: Yejin Noh, 25, Korea
- Best Performance of a Baroque Work, $1,500: Lo-An Lin, 24, Taiwan
- Best Performance of a Classical Work, $1,500: Mei Rui, 29, China/USA
- Best Performance of a Romantic Work, $1,500: Angelo Arciglione, 30, Italy
- Best Performance of a 20th or 21st Century Work, $1,500: Yejin Noh, 25, Korea
- Best Performance of a Work by a Spanish or Latin American Composer, $1,500: Younggun Kim
- Best Performance of a Work by a Russian Composer, $1,500: Angelo Arciglione, 30, Italy
- Junior Jury Award, $500: Yejin Noh, 25, Korea
- Semi-Finalist Special Recognition, $1,000: Zhenni Li, 24, China; Geraldine Ong, 27, Malaysia
The SAIPC is dedicated to providing an enriching musical experience for San Antonio and South Texas audiences while offering a challenging yet inspiring opportunity to promising young artists.
The SAIPC provides significant cash awards to pianists ages 20 to 32 through a series of daily concerts given by ten semi-finalists, five concerts by finalists, and a final Winners' Recital.
Each year a work is commissioned by a major composer for the competition. The commissioned composer for the 2012 competition is Paul Moravec, winner of the 2004 Pulitzer Prize in Music.
The webcasts of the 2012 SAIPC finals and recital are underwritten by the San Antonio International Piano Competition and sponsored by Fredericksburg Music Club, Inc. You can watch the videos live or replay them later right here on this page. For more information about the competition, see http://www.saipc.org/.
Saturday, October 20
- 10 a.m. - 12 p.m.: Competitors 1-2
- 2 p.m. - 4 p.m.: Competitors 4-5
Note: the schedule includes four competitors after one of the 5 finalists withdrew
Sunday, October 21
- 3 p.m. - 5 p.m.: Winners' Recital and Awards Ceremony