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HANDEL SINGING COMPETITION

This page was updated on 5 April 2017  
   
HANDEL SINGING COMPETITION 2017
 
We are pleased to announce the results of the competition, after the Final in St George's, Hanover Square on Tuesday 4 April.
 
Congratulations to everyone who took part.  The standard was incredibly high with some amazing performances.  All of the Finalists are guaranteed a recital in the 2018 Festival and the opportunity to take part in the Finalists Showcase concert.
 
First Prize: REGINA ETZ PRIZE 
MARCJANNA MYRLAK mezzo-soprano
 
Second Prize: IN MEMORY OF JANET BOLUS
ARIANNA VENDITTELLI soprano
 
Audience Prize: MICHAEL NORMINGTON PRIZE
JUNGKWON JANG countertenor
 
Finalists Prizes: THE SELMA D AND LEON FISHBACH MEMORIAL AWARDS
JUNGKWON JANG countertenor
HÉLOÏSE MAS mezzo-soprano
MAX RIEBL countertenor
 
The Handel Singing Competition (HSC) has been held annually since 2002 with Ian Partridge and James Bowman as the first adjudicators. The HSC has since grown and there are now over 140 applications each year.
 
The Competition comprises a First Round at Craxton Studios (although it is possible to send in sound files at this stage if you are living abroad), followed by a live Semi-Final of approximately 12-15 singers, which is open to the public at Grosvenor Chapel. The live Final is held at St George's, Hanover Square and the finalists are accompanied by the London Handel Orchestra, conducted by Laurence Cummings.

Past finalists include Ruby Hughes, Iestyn Davies, Lucy Crowe, Tim Mead and Rupert Charlesworth.
 
ADJUDICATORS
Ian Partridge
Catherine Denley
Michael George
Iestyn Davies (final only)
John Mark Ainsley (final only)
 
PRIZES
First Prize: REGINA ETZ PRIZE £5000
Second Prize: IN MEMORY OF JANET BOLUS £2000
Audience Prize: MICHAEL NORMINGTON PRIZE £300
Finalist Prizes: THE SELMA D AND LEON FISHBACH MEMORIAL AWARDS £300

AGE LIMIT
23 to 34 years old as of 1 February 2017 i.e. you must be at least 23 years old and no older than 34 on this date.
 
DEADLINE FOR ENTRY
Friday 6 January 2017 
6pm (UK Time)

All applications must be made via the online form.

 
FEE
There is an administrative charge of £40 for entering the competition.

CONTACT INFO

If you have any further questions at this stage, please e-mail competition@londonhandelfestival.org.uk
 
 
HANDEL SINGING COMPETITION 2016

FINAL 2016

Held on 4 April 2016
at St George's, Hanover Square

Winner of the Regina Etz Prize (First)
William Wallace tenor

Winner of the Michael Oliver Prize (Second)

Galina Averina soprano

Winner of the Farinelli Prize (for countertenors)
Meili Li 


Winner of the Michael Normington (Audience) Prize
Marie Lys soprano

Selma D and Leon Fishbach Memorial Awards
Shaked Bar  soprano
Pavla Flámová soprano
Marie Lys soprano

to download the programme click HERE

RESULTS OF THE FIRST ROUND:

Galina Averina soprano
Shaked Bar soprano
Anna Maria Carbonera soprano
Pavla Flámová soprano
Clare Ghigo
mezzo-soprano
Artur Janda bass-baritone
Laurie Janssens soprano
Sofia Larsson soprano
Meili Li countertenor
Marie Lys soprano
Soraya Mafi soprano
Rowan Pierce soprano
William Wallace tenor

 

HSC 2015 FINAL
 
JOSEP-RAMON OLIVE
JOSEP-RAMON OLIVÉ 

JOSEP-RAMON OLIVÉ won the Regina Etz Prize
and the Audience Prize.

MARIA OSTROUKHOVA came second with
the Michael Oliver Prize.

Ingrida Gápová, Sarah Hayashi and Alice Privett received the Selma D and Leon Fishbach Memorial Prizes.







2016 First Round & Semi-Final Accompanists:
Chad Kelly 
Nathaniel Mander
Asako Ogawa
Heather Tomala 



 

   
   

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