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Concours Géza Anda

The Concours Géza Anda is a triennial international piano competition that takes place every three years in Zürich, Switzerland. It was founded in memory of Hungarian pianist Géza Anda by his widow Hortense Anda-Bührle. The purpose of the competition is to discover and promote young pianists who will pass on the musical spirit of Géza Anda. The Géza Anda Foundation provides winners with free concert management for three years after the competition (up to 200 engagements).

Jinsang Lee is the winner of the Géza Anda Competition 2009. He also won all special prizes such as Audience Prize, Mozart Prize and Schumann Prize. The 13th Competition was held in June 2015.

List of winners

# Georges Pludermacher (1979) # Heidrun Holtmann (1982) #no first prize; second prize - Yukino Fujiwara and Hüseyin Sermet, jointly (1985) # Konstanze Eickhorst (1988) # Dénes Várjon (1991) # Pietro de Maria (1994) # Corrado Rollero (1997) # Filippo Gamba (2000) # Alexei Volodin (2003) # Sergey Koudriakov (2006) # Jinsang Lee (2009) # Varvara Nepomnyashchaya (2012) # Andrew Tyson (2015) # Claire Huangci (2018)