Newswire | CMIM Reveals the Order of Appearance of Its Competitors

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Montreal, April 27th 2022 – This morning, the Concours international de musique de Montréal (CMIM) unveiled its competitors’ order of appearance for the first rounds of its Voice 2022 competition. Please consult the attached schedule.

Also discover the pianists of Voice 2022, as well as the return of the John-Newmark Prize.

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COLLABORATIVE PIANISTS – JOHN-NEWMARK AWARD

A pianist’s performance is a determining factor in a voice competition. We at the CMIM recognize the importance of the pianist’s own qualities, as well as the complicity between the two musicians.

At the end of the Voix 2022 edition, the John-Newmark Collaborative Pianist Award, along with a $5,000 bursary offered by Mr. Richard Lupien, will be offered to the most deserving pianist in the Art Song division.

John H. Newmark (1904-1991) is a Canadian pianist recognized as one of the greatest of his time. During his career, he performed with more than 80 international singers and instrumentalists and at least 160 Canadian musicians, and recorded with many of the world’s greatest soloists. From 1953 on, he was Maureen Forrester’s collaborative pianist, with whom he traveled the world.

VOICE 2022 ORDER OF APPEARANCE

ARIA DIVISION

May 31, 2:00pm

  • Rose Naggar-Tremblay, contralto | Julien LeBlanc, pianist
  • Sophie Naubert, soprano | Olivier Godin, pianist
  • In-Ho Jeong, bass | Esther Gonthier, pianist
  • Seonwoo Lee, soprano | Julien LeBlanc, pianist
  • Natalie Image, soprano | Martin Dubé, pianist
  • Jihoon Son, tenor | Esther Gonthier, pianist
  • Karoline Podolak, soprano | Jennifer Szeto, pianist
  • Deepa Johnny, mezzo-soprano | Lucas Nogara, pianist
  • Jusung Gabriel Park, bass-baritone | Esther Gonthier, pianist
  • Dania El Zein, soprano | Martin Dubé, pianist
  • Nils Wanderer, countertenor | Jennifer Szeto, pianist

June 1, 2:00pm

  • Xueli Zhou, soprano | Olivier Godin, pianist
  • Valerie Eickhoff, mezzo-soprano | Martin Dubé, pianist
  • Hugo Laporte, baritone | Olivier Godin, pianist
  • Simone McIntosh, mezzo-soprano | Martin Dubé, pianist
  • Anne-Sophie Neher, soprano | Esther Gonthier, pianist
  • Lauren Margison, soprano | Martin Dubé, pianist
  • Vladyslav Buialskyi, bass | Esther Gonthier, pianist
  • Julia Sitkovetsky, soprano | Jennifer Szeto, pianist
  • Sarah Dufresne, soprano | Esther Gonthier, pianist
  • Adanya Dunn, mezzo-soprano | Jennifer Szeto, pianist

ART SONG DIVISION

May 31, 7 :30 pm

  • Michael Lafferty, baritone | Cole Knutson, pianist
  • Alexandra Flood, soprano | Alex Raineri, pianist
  • Jonah Spungin, baritone | Jack Olszewski, pianist
  • Monika Mazanka, soprano | Romain Pollet, pianist
  • Bryan Murray, baritone | Olivier Godin, pianist
  • Vivian Yau, soprano | Minjung Jung, pianist

June 1, 7 :30 pm

  • Harriet Burns, soprano | Ian Tindale, pianist
  • Deepa Johnny, mezzo-soprano | Lucas Nogara, pianist
  • Zhuohan Sun, tenor | Yuriko Watanabe, pianist
  • Meredith Wohlgemuth, soprano | Jinhee Park, pianist
  • Arvid Fagerfjäll, baritone | Malte Shäfer, pianist
  • Iida Antola, soprano | Kirill Kozlovski, pianist

TICKETS

To encourage the public to return to concert halls after two years of absence, we have established particularly affordable prices.

Tickets and passports are on sale at the Place des Arts box office
Phone: 514-842-2112 or 1-866-842-2112

FIRST ROUND ART SONG AND ARIA May 31
SEMI-FINAL ART SONG June 3
FINAL ART SONG June 5

SALLE BOURGIE, Montreal Museum of Fine Arts

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SEMI-FINAL ARIA June 6-7
ARIA GRAND FINAL June 9

MAISON SYMPHONIQUE

You will find the schedule and tickets details on our website.

ABOUT CMIM

The Concours musical international de Montréal (CMIM) aims to discover and help the world’s most promising young singers, violinists and pianists. The CMIM is the only international competition in North America to be held annually and to feature three disciplines (piano, voice, and violin) in a three-year rotation. Since its first edition dedicated to Voice in 2002, 3,700 hopefuls have applied, and some 500 competitors have been welcomed to perform before enthusiastic audiences in Montreal.

Complete details at www.concoursmontreal.ca
Facebook / Instagram: @CMIMontreal

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