Competition

Results 2nd Round

The following soloists and ensembles advance to the 3rd round:

 

Kategorie I / Category I

Flöte Solo / Flute Solo 

Teilnehmer*innen im 3. Durchgang

Participants 3rd Round

 

Kaisa Kortelainen, Finnland/Finland

Uliana Zhivitskaya, Russland/Russia

Wuhao Yu, China

Yesung Kim, Südkorea/South Korea

 

Kategorie II / Category II

2 Flöten und Klavier / 2 Flutes and Piano 

Ensembles im 3. Durchgang

Ensembles 3rd Round

 

“Houston Trio”

Allison DeFrancesco, USA

Hunter O’Brien, USA

Jeremy Larson, USA (Piano)

 

“IIIRoom Trio”

JiHyuk Park, Südkorea/South Korea

Sungeun Han, Südkorea/South Korea

Seungwon Lee, Südkorea/South Korea (Piano)

 

Kategorie III / Category III

3 Flöten oder 4 Flöten / 3 Flutes or 4 Flutes 

Ensembles im 3. Durchgang

Ensembles 3rd Round

 

“Trio Fluce”

Jinyoung Chung, Südkorea/South Korea

Hyeri Song, Südkorea/South Korea

Sunglim Choi, Südkorea/South Korea

 

„Trio Bris“

Ingvild Ness, Norwegen/Norway

Sigrid Djönne, Norwegen/Norway

Helena Montag, Deutschland/Germany/Brasilien/Brazil

 

Mariana Diaz, Venezuela

Leonardo Hernandez, Mexiko/Mexico

Cassandra Slater, Australien/Australia

Santiago Acosta Velasco, Kolumbien/Colombia

 

Theodore Squire, Deutschland/Germany/Großbritannien/Great Britain

Lorenzo Morrocchi, Italien/Italy

Magdalena Zathammer, Italien/Italy

Daphne Meinhold-Heerlein, Deutschland/Germany

 

Herzlichen Glückwunsch!!

 

Sponsors

Hansestadt Uelzen, Hansestadt Uelzen aus Mitteln ‘Das Brasche Lehen’, Sparkasse Uelzen Lüchow-Dannenberg, Niedersächsische Sparkassenstiftung, Lüneburgischer Landschaftsverband, Deutsche Gesellschaft für Flöte (Medienpartner)

Gallery Participants 2021 1st Round

 

Thanks to everyone for participating and for taking such care and effort in producing your videos. It was much appreciated!

The following soloists and ensembles advance to the second round

 

Kategorie I / Category I

Flöte Solo / Flute Solo  

Teilnehmer*innen im 2. Durchgang

Participants 2nd Round

 

Kaisa Kortelainen, Finnland/Finland

Hana Yamamoto, Japan

Uliana Zhivitskaya, Russland/Russia

Adelina Tazuieva, Russland/Russia

Sakhile Humbane, Südafrika/South Africa

Wuhao Yu, China

Myles Roberts, Südafrika/South Africa

Jiayi Sun, China

Takahiro Uchiyama, Japan

Yesung Kim, Südkorea/South Korea

 

Kategorie II / Category II

2 Flöten und Klavier / 2 Flutes and Piano 

Ensembles im 2. Durchgang

Ensembles 2nd Round

 

“Houston Trio”

Allison DeFrancesco, USA

Hunter O’Brien, USA

Jeremy Larson, USA (Piano)

 

“IIIRoom Trio”

JiHyuk Park, Südkorea/South Korea

Sungeun Han, Südkorea/South Korea

Seungwon Lee, Südkorea/South Korea (Piano)

 

Kategorie III / Category III

3 Flöten oder 4 Flöten / 3 Flutes or 4 Flutes 

Ensembles im 2. Durchgang

Ensembles 2nd Round

 

“Arte Trio”

Dabeen Kim, Südkorea/South Korea

Misol Byun, Südkorea/South Korea

Eunbi Baek, Südkorea/South Korea

 

Jinyoung Chung, Südkorea/South Korea

Hyeri Song, Südkorea/South Korea

Sunglim Choi, Südkorea/South Korea

 

„Trio Bris“

Ingvild Ness, Norwegen/Norway

Sigrid Djönne, Norwegen/Norway

Helena Montag, Deutschland/Germany/Brasilien/Brazil

 

„Ensemble émiris“

Tamura Momoko, Japan

Kuroda Shizuha, Japan

Eguro Kanami, Japan

 

Mariana Diaz, Venezuela

Leonardo Hernandez, Mexiko/Mexico

Cassandra Slater, Australien/Australia

Santiago Acosta Velasco, Kolumbien/Colombia

 

Theodore Squire, Deutschland/Germany/Großbritannien/Great Britain

Lorenzo Morrocchi, Italien/Italy

Magdalena Zathammer, Italien/Italy

Daphne Meinhold-Heerlein, Deutschland/Germany

 

„Atenea Quartett“

Andrea Alarcon Martinez, Spanien/Spain

Alma Scheibe, Deutschland/Germany

Ana Alves da Silva, Portugal

Fruzsina Toth, Ungarn/Hungary

 

Congratulations!!

 

Competition

The German-Danish composer Friedrich Kuhlau was born in Uelzen on September 11, 1786 and died in Copenhagen on March 12, 1832.

The International Friedrich Kuhlau Flute Competition has been held since 1970 in honour of the composer. The flute competition has gained international recognition through its unique stress on the flute ensemble categories. Great emphasis is placed on the creativity of the ensembles.

19th International Friedrich Kuhlau Flute Competition

Categories

I Flute Solo (unaccompanied)

II Two Flutes and Piano

III Three or Four Flutes

Due to the ongoing corona pandemic, the competition takes place exclusively online.

Soloists and ensembles can send in videos with the given repertoire. The jury’s decisions will be published online.

All competitors who have registered according to the rules,are admitted to the first round of the competition. The age of an individual competitor or the average age of an ensemble cannot exceed 32 years at the time of the competition. Themaximum age of a member of an ensemble cannot exceed 35 years. The minimum age for participation is 16 years.

The final date for the application is September 1, 2019.

The video with the repertoire of the 1st round must be uploaded by September 15, 2021.

Competition fee: €60

There will be three prizes in each category, max. € 11 000 in total.

Repertoire

Jury