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Results of the Petar Konjović International Competition 2019

Petar Konjovic Competition 2019Held in Serbia every two years, this long-running contest is a fixture of the Balkan harp calendar – and also those of other instruments. Petar Konjović is one of Serbia’s most distinguished twentieth-century musicians, and this extensive competition has been held in his honour, by the Association of Music and Ballet Pedagogues of Serbia, since 1991. It is a great opportunity for students, with broad range of categories from young beginners, to professionals under the age of twenty-five.

Here are the results! Warmest congratulations to all the laureates. 

Concert Harp

Category IV: candidates born in or after 1998

First Prize: Anđela Stanković (Serbia)
Second Prize: Pauletto Irene (Italy)
Third Prize: Iva Dimitrijević (Serbia)

Category III: candidates born in or after 2000

First Prize: Marija Zoroja (Serbia)
Second Prize: not awarded
Third Prize: Zoja Đorđević (Serbia)

Category II: candidates born in or after 2002

First Prize: Mariann Patkos (Hungary)
Second Prize: Minja Stojanović (Serbia), Teodora Vujošević (Serbia)
Third Prize: Aleksandra Mohorko (Slovenia)

Category I: candidates born in or after 2004

First Prize: Maja Patkos (Hungary)
Second Prize: Victoria Antonio Markova (Bulgaria), Ivana Mazalica (Serbia)
Third Prize: Mima Stevanović (Serbia), Lenka Radonjić (Serbia), Ivayla Todorova (Bulgaria)

Juniors: candidates born in or after 2007

First Prize: Anikija Premović (Serbia)
Second Prize: Silva Vračar (Serbia), Yana Georgijeva (Serbia)
Third Prize: Mina Marjanović (Serbia), Nicole Samareva (Bulgaria), Stefani Hauk (Serbia)

Lever Harp

Category II: candidates born in or after 2004

First Prize: not awarded
Second Prize: Marija Ružičić (Serbia), Đurđa Milovanović (Serbia)
Third Prize: not awarded

Category I: candidates born in or after 2007

First Prize: Villo Kollar (Hungary)
Second Prize: Lia Anna Balazs (Hungary), Gala Mišić (Serbia)
Third Prize: Nina Antićević (Serbia), Janka Pelsoczi-Kovacs (Hungary)

The special award of a Korrigan harp, for the Serbian Music school with the most prizewinners, goes to the Vatroslav Lisinski Music school in Belgrade.

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