Glowing Harp Competition results announced

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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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