The Final Examination Part I for Zhora Sargsyan (Armenia), from the class of Prof. Hubert Käppel, will be held in the concert hall of the Musikschule Koblenz on Wednesday 18 December 2013, 8pm.
The examination is open to the public and entry is free of charge.
On 27 November 2013 the programme of the 2014 Koblenz International Guitar Festival was presented to members and friends of the Koblenz International Guitar Society in the concert hall of the Musikschule Koblenz.
In addition Prof. Hubert Käppel gave a short overview of the achievements and perspectives of the Koblenz International Guitar Academy.
The music was provided by guitarists David Dyakov (Bulgaria) and Chia-Wei Lin (Taiwan).
KOBLENZ INTERNATIONAL GUITAR COMPETITION 'HUBERT KÄPPEL' 2013
Chia-Wei Lin FIRST PRIZE
Anton Baranov THIRD PRIZE
and Ken Inoi JOAQUIN RODRIGO PRIZE
No Second Prize was awarded
The FINALS were held on
Sunday 19 May 2013 at 14.30
The FINALISTS were
Anton Baranov, Thomas Csaba, Xavier Jara, Chia-Wei Lin and Gen Matsuda
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On 18 April 2013 at 7pm, a Guitar-Soirée "Women and Guitar" will take place in the headquarters of Lotto Rheinland-Pfalz, one of the major sponsors of the Koblenz International Guitar Festival.
The artists include: the siblings Nikita and Nasstja Müller (Wiesbaden), Bahar Türker (Turkey), Theresia and Katharina Weimer (Essen) and Sabrina Vlascalic (Serbia).
There will also be a presentation of this year's Koblenz International Guitar Festival programme to the media and the public.
|KOBLENZ 2012 WINNERS|
The RESULTS of the Koblenz International Guitar Competition 'Hubert Käppel' held at the Kurfürstliches Schloß on Sunday 27 May 2012.
The First Prize was not awarded.
The Second Prize to Chia-Wei Lin (Taiwan).
The Third Prize to Anton Baranov (Russia).
The Premio Joaquín Rodrigo for the best interpretation of a work by Joaquín Rodrigo was awarded to Giuseppe Zinchiri (Italy).
The six Finalists were:
Juniors Cesar Zambrana Sarracent (Cuba),
Ali Arango (Cuba),
Kunhwa Lee (Korea),
Giuseppe Zinchiri (Italy),
Chia-Wei Lin (Taiwan),
Anton Baranov (Russia).
The jury members were: Univ.-Prof. Konrad Ragossnig – President of the Jury, Prof. Dale Kavanagh, Prof. Alfred Eickholt, Prof. Lucio Matarazzo, Prof. Robert Brightmore, Prof. Alexander S. Ramirez, Prof. Gerhard Reichbach, Thérèse Wassily Saba, Prof. Judicaël Perroy, Max Op den Kamp, Prof. Ansgar Krause, Tobias Kassung, Günter S. Schillings, Russell Poyner, and in the Final Round only: Prof. Hubert Käppel and Georg Schmitz.