Schedule

SCHEDULE FOR PARTICIPANTS AND JURY 2016

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Friday 2 September
Troldhaugen
1700-1900: 
Registration of candidates
1900-2000: Opening of competition, drawing of order for candidates and a light meal

Saturday 3 September 
Troldhaugen, 1st round, day 1
1000-1040: Cand. 1: Antoine de Grolée
1040-1120: Cand. 2: Anna Grot
1120-1200: Cand. 3: Anton Igubnov
1200-1240: Cand. 4: Andrei Iliushkin
1240-1340: Lunch
1340-1420: Cand. 5: Joanna Kacperek
1420-1500: Cand. 6: Mariam Kharatyan
1500-1540: Cand. 7: Zhenni Li
1540-1600: Fruits / Snacks
1600-1640: Cand. 8: Łukasz Mikołajczyk
1640-1720: Cand. 9: Kenji Miura
1720-1800: Cand. 10: Nozomi Nakagiri

Sunday 4 September
Troldhaugen, 1st round, day 2
1000-1040: Cand. 11: Yoshito Numasawa
1040-1120: Cand. 12: Lars Fredrik Nystad
1120-1200: Cand. 13: Ilya Ramlav
1200-1240: Cand. 14: Anastasia Rizikov
1240-1340: Lunch
1340-1420: Cand. 15: Zhora Sargsyan
1420-1500: Cand. 16: Justas Stasevskij
1500-1540: Cand. 17: Darya Tchaikovsky
1540-1600: Fruits / Snacks
1600-1640: Cand. 18: Rhythmie Wong
1640-1720: Cand. 19: Sean Yeh
1720-1800: Cand. 20: Andrew Yiangou

Monday 5 September
Troldhaugen, 1st round, day 3
1000-1040: Cand. 21: Maria Yulin
1040-1120: Cand. 22: Kevin Ahfat
1120-1200: Cand. 23: Ah Ruem Ahn
1200-1240: Cand. 24: Miyako Arishima
1240-1340: Lunch
1340-1420: Cand. 25: Vsevolod Brigida
1420-1500: Cand. 26: Łukasz Byrdy
1500-1540: Cand. 27: Ben Cruchley
1540-1600: Fruits / Snacks
1600-1640: Cand. 28: Anastasia Frolova
1640-1725: Fruits / Snacks
1725-1740: Announcements of results

Tuesday 6 September
Troldhaugen, 2nd round
0930-1010: Cand. A: Anton Igubnov
1010-1050: Cand. B: Joanna Kacperek
1050-1130: Cand. C: Mariam Kharatyan
1130-1210: Cand. D: Zhenni Li
1210-1310: Lunch
1310-1350: Cand. E: Nozomi Nakagiri
1350-1430: Cand. F: Lars Fredrik Nystad
1430-1510: Cand. G: Anastasia Rizikov
1510-1550: Cand. H: Andrew Yiangou
1550-1620: Fruits/Snacks
1620-1700: Cand. I: Ah Ruem Ahn
1700-1740: Cand. J: Vsevolod Brigida
1740-1820: Cand. K: Łukasz Byrdy
1820-1900: Cand. L: Ben Cruchley
1945-2000: Announcement of results

Concerts in Hordaland county with participants from the competition:
1900-: Erdal Church, Askøy
1900-: Nordgardsløa, Frekhaug

1900-: Valestrand Church, Valevåg
1930-: Kabuso, Øystese

Wednesday 7 September
Troldhaugen, Semi-final
0900-1100: Semi-finalists rehearse with the singer

1100-1200: Cand. a: Mariam Kharatyan
1200-1300: Cand. b: Zhenni Li
1300-1400: Cand. c: Nozomi Nakagiri
1400-1600: Lunch / Semi-finalists rehearse with the singer
1600-1700: Cand. d: Andrew Yiangou
1700-1800: Cand. e: Ah Ruem Ahn
1800-1900: Cand. f: Ben Cruchley
1900-1945: Fruits / Snacks
1945-2000: Announcement of results

The University Aula in Bergen
1130-1300: Concert with participants from the competition

Thursday 8 September
Rosendal
"Nature, Culture and Music"
0850-1055: Boat departure from Strandkaien (city centre)
1055-1130: Guided walk to Rosendal Manor through the English garden
1130-1200: Guided tour of the Manor
1200-1245: Concert in “Røde Sal” by competition participants / semi-finalists
1300-1345: Lunch
1425-1620: Return to Bergen city centre by boat

Friday 9 September
Grieghallen
1100-1500: Finalists rehearse with Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra

Troldhaugen
1000-1100: Guided tour at Troldhaugen
1100-1230: Edvard Grieg and the Macrofantasy:
Meet the composer Olav Anton Thommessen in conversation with Glenn Erik Haugland.
1230-1330: Lunch at Restaurant Troldhaugen
1330: Bus coach from Troldhaugen to the Grieg Academy

Grieg Academy
1400-1700: Masterclass with jury member Jan Jiracek von Arnim

Schøtstuene
1730-1900: Reception with a light meal

Håkonshallen
1930-: Piano recital with Seong-Jin Cho, winner of the Chopin Competition 2015

Saturday 10 September
Grieghallen
1000-1300: 
Finalists rehearse with Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra

Lysøen
1000-1100: Boat trip from “Dreggekaien” Quay at Bryggen (city centre) to Ole Bull’s home “Lysøen”
1130-1300: “The Roots of Edvard Grieg: Ole Bull and Norwegian Folk Music”, concert by Nils Økland, Hardanger fiddle, and Einar Steen-Nøkleberg, piano. Introduction by Mari Lyssand.
1300-1400: Lunch, traditional food from Norway
1400-1500: Boat trip back to Bergen city centre

Grieghallen
1800-2000: Final with Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra
Finalist 1: Ben Cruchley (Schumann: Piano Concerto)
Finalist 2: Zhenni Li (Beethoven: Piano Concerto No. 4)
Finalist 3: Ah Ruem Ahn (Schumann: Piano Concerto)
2030-2100: Announcement of winners, Prize Ceremony
2100-: Closing party with a light meal

Changes may occur. A more detailed schedule will be published later.

The Kristian Gerhard Jebsen Foundation is the main sponsor and the exclusive private contributor to the competition.