The XVI International Tchaikovsky Competition Names Winners Across 6 Categories

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Watch the two winners' galas from Moscow and Saint Petersburg on Medici TV June 28–29.
International Tchaikovsky Competition (2015)

The International Tchaikovsky Competition named the winners across six categories. Gold medals went to the following musicians: in the piano category, 22-year-old Alexandre Kantorow from France; in the violin category, 30-year-old Sergey Dogadin from Russia; in the cello category, 20-year-old Zlatomir Fung from the USA; for male voice, 30-year-old Georgios Alexandros Stavrakakis from Greece; for female voice, 21-year-old Maria Barakova from Russia; in the woodwinds category, 25-year-old flautist Matvey Demin from Russia; in the brass category, 19-year-old French Horn player Zeng Yun from China.

The two winners' galas will be streamed by Medici.TV from Moscow and Saint Petersburg on June 28 to 29. The Mariinsky Orchestra led by Valery Gergiev will perform at both events. In addition, all the winning performances will be available on the Medici platform, which reports that the competition saw over 15.4 million views coming from 190 countries.

The competition one of the most anticipated events in the classical music world, takes place every four years and has been called the Olympics for musicians.

Watch the simultaneous live video streams here:

Piano Competition | Violin Competition | Cello Competition | Voice Competition | Woodwinds Competition | Brass Competition | News/Studio

Below is the competition's News Studio feed:


Get the full #TCH16 experience! Exclusive behind-the-scenes footage, interviews, and all six categories are live and on replay on tch16.medici.tv.


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