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Van Cliburn Piano Competition (Page 2)

Cliburn finalist Vadym Kholodenko owes his piano success to his mother

| |Thursday, Jun. 06, 2013

At age 5, he says, his mom made him come indoors from the playground and learn about music.

Critic: Cliburn finalists make big first impression in final round

| |Thursday, Jun. 06, 2013

Critic: Rana, Mndoyants were standouts.

Conductor Leonard Slatkin offers Cliburn Competition finalists an experienced hand

| |Thursday, Jun. 06, 2013

The famed maestro will take the baton during the final rounds of the Fort Worth competition this week

Cliburn finalist Beatrice Rana is a happy prodigy

| |Thursday, Jun. 06, 2013

The daughter of pianists, Beatrice Rana pursues the only life she has ever known, or wanted.

Cliburn Competition finalists announced

| |Wednesday, Jun. 05, 2013

Field of six includes first American since Jon Nakamatsu in 1997.

Cliburn juror has special tie to competition’s namesake

| |Wednesday, Jun. 05, 2013

Liu Shih Kun was runner-up to Van Cliburn at the 1958 Tchaikovsky competition, then spent years in Chinese prisons.

Critic: Final afternoon of Cliburn semifinal round brings passion and drama

| |Wednesday, Jun. 05, 2013

Deljavan wowed the audience with Beethoven’s ‘Appassionata’

Cliburn’s ‘backstage mom’ tends to pianists’ every need

| |Tuesday, Jun. 04, 2013

Providing a volunteer “mom” to help relax, guide and care for the competitors behind the stage is a long trandition of the Cliburn competition.

Critic: Convincing performances throughout Day 3 of Cliburn Semifinals

| |Tuesday, Jun. 04, 2013

Another strong day of semifinal chamber performances and solo recitals

Critic: Deljavan sets the bar high in Cliburn semifinals Day 2

| |Sunday, Jun. 02, 2013

The Italian’s collaboration with the Brentano Quartet was highlight of the day