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At this year’s San Antonio International Piano Competition, the five finalists were able to choose the repertoire they felt would best showcase their talents, but there was one piece they *had* to play, by Matthew Mason.

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UPDATE, June 20: The winners of this year's San Antonio International Piano Competition are:

  • Gold Medalist: Scott Cuellar
  • Silver Medalist: Sung Chang
  • Bronze Medalist: Osip Nikoforov

Congratulations to the winners!

The video at the bottom of this page now links to the final round of competition.

UPDATE, 9:45 p.m. Thursday: Five competitors have advanced to the final round for the 2016 San Antonio International Piano Competition. They are:

When critics talk about Yuja Wang, they continue to reach for superlatives.

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When the San Antonio Symphony was deciding what would be the perfect piece of music to share with school children for an upcoming Young People's Concert, Camille Saint-Saens’ Carnival of the Animals, with its picturesque melodies, was a natural choice.

When Franz Liszt wrote The Fountains of the Villa d'Este, he added a Latin quotation from the Gospel of St. John. It says: "But the water that I shall give him shall become in him a well of water springing up into eternal life." That composition is featured on the newest album by French pianist Helene Grimaud, called Water.

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