Glowing Harp Competition results announced


The Glowing Harp Competition concluded on April 20, with prizes awarded to competitors in five categories. The competition, typically held in Kharkiv, Ukraine, was held online as a result of the ongoing pandemic. Competitors from 37 countries participated. The competition, sponsored by Camac Harps, was judged by Dalibor Bernatović (Slovenia)Agnieszka Grela-Fedkowicz (Poland), Oleksandra Gumen (Ukraine), Leo Doumène (France), and Katerina Muslienko-Savkina (Ukraine). The first international Glowing Harp Competition took place in 2017. The next installment is scheduled for 2023.

“Debut” category (8 and under)

  • 1st prize: Xi Lu Ge Liu (China)
  • 2nd prize: Emilie Akpeki (United Kingdom), Mila Rozmyslowicz (Poland), and Mariia Kornieva (Ukraine)
  • 3rd prize: Elise Bullock (United Kingdom) and Sara Camila Molina Isaaccura (Venezuela)

Category I (11 and under)

  • 1st prize: Zarina Zaradna (Poland) and Alisiia Batalova (Russia)
  • 2nd prize: Serene Shiu-Ning Tu (USA), Eva Maria Kochs (Germany), Zlata Sabirova (Russia), and Maria Anchugova (Russia)
  • 3rd prize: Maryna Martyanova (Ukraine), Sonia Lugowska (Poland), Anna Stepanova (Russia), and Tatiana Chudovskaya (Russia)

Category II (14 and under)

  • 1st prize: Giedra Julija Tutkutė (Lithuania)
  • 2nd prize: Maria Pogolski (Germany)
  • 3rd prize: Jansci Wong (Hong Kong), Ligia Nowak (Poland), and Kseniia Skripkina (Russia)

Category III (18 and under)

  • 1st prize: Martin Sadílek (Czech Republic)
  • 2nd prize: Viktoria Smetana (Ukraine)
  • 3rd prize: Gabriela Dudziak (Poland) and Silvia Capè (Italy)

Category IV (25 and under)

  • 1st prize: Serafina Jaffé (Germany)
  • 2nd prize: Catherina Mothes (Germany) and Lea Maria Löffler (Germany)
  • 3rd prize: Cansu Sezal (Turkey)

For a complete list of winners, including special prize winners, visit Glowing Harp’s website.


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