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SPECIAL PRIZES
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The James Verwey Memorial Prizes of R5 000 donated by Mattie
Verwey for the best performance of a short vocal composition from
the 16th, 17th or 18th century in the first round in the Opera
Category.
Anna Kasyan (Georgia)
5th Unisa International
The James Verwey Memorial Prize of R5 000 for the best
performance of a short vocal composition from the 16th, 17th or
18th century in the first round in the Concert Category.
Erica Eloff (Republic of South Africa)
The Desmond Willson Memorial Prize of R5 000 donated by the late
Desmond Willson for the best performance of an Oratorio Aria in the
second round in the Opera Category.
Anna Kasyan (Georgia)
COMPETITION 2006
proudly sponsored by
Ji-Hyun Park and Conductor Arjan Tien
The Desmond Willson Memorial Prize of R5 000 for the best
performance of an Oratorio Aria in the second round in the Concert
Category.
Evgenia Grekova (Russia)
The James Verwey Memorial Prize of R5 000 for the best
performance of an Aria selected from the works by Bellini, Boito,
Donizetti, Leoncavello, Mascagni, Puccini, Rossini or Verdi performed
in Round 3 in the Opera Category.
Ji-Hyun Park (Korea)
The Desmond Willson Memorial Prize of R10 000 for the best
performance of a Song Cycle in Round 3 in the Concert Category.
Evgenia Grekova (Russia)
The SAMRO Prize of R10 000 donated by the Southern African Music
Rights Organisation for the most promising South African competitor
in the Opera Category.
Bronwen Forbay
FINALISTS: Amanda Echalaz, Bronwen Forbay, Evgenia Grekova
Anna Kasyan, Ji-Hyun Park and Arsen Soghomonyan
The SAMRO Prize of R10 000 donated by the Southern African Music
Rights Organisation for the most promising South African competitor
in the Concert Category.
Erica Eloff
The W A Mozart Prize of R5 000 donated by the Embassy of Austria
in Pretoria for the best performance of a work by W A Mozart in the
Opera Category.
Anna Kasyan (Georgia)
The W A Mozart Prize of R5 000 donated by Professor Hubert van
der Spuy for the best performance of a work by W A Mozart in the
Concert Category.
Evgenia Grekova (Russia)
For the first time in the history of the Unisa International Music
Competitions, the audience had the opportunity to vote for their
favourite competitor.
Ji-Hyun Park (Republic of Korea)
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The
JURY (Back): Yuriy Grigoriev (Russia), Angelo Gobbato (RSA),
Wicus Slabbert (Austria), Josef Protschka (Germany) and John Roos (RSA)
Front: Barbara Hill Moore (USA), Tomoko Nakamura-Heilmann (Japan),
Japie Saayman, non-voting chairperson (RSA), Grace Bumbry (USA),
Sibongile Khumalo (RSA)
MAIN PRIZES
First Prize (Opera) R150 000
Ji-Hyun Park – Republic of Korea
Second Prize (Opera) R120 000
Anna Kasyan – Georgia
Third Prize (Opera) R90 000
Bronwen Forbay – South Africa
Bronwen Forbay
Third Prize (Concert) R90 000
Evgenia Grekova – Russia
Fourth Prize (Opera) R70 000
Arsen Soghomonyan – Armenia
Fifth Prize (Opera) R50 000
Amanda Echalaz –South Africa
Bronwyn Forbay
Erica Eloff
Ji-Hyun Park
Arsen Soghomonyan
Amanda Echalaz
Evgenia
Grekova
Mr Mthobi
Tyamzashe
Vodacom
Prof David Mosoma
Unisa
Erica Eloff
Anna Kasyan
Photos: Shooheima Champion (Unisa); Chris Fey (Vodacom)
Zanne Stapelberg

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