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Raineri wins Australian National Piano Award

Queensland music student Alex Raineri produced a stunning performance at Shepparton's Eastbank Centre to place first in the Australian National Piano Award.

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Music making of the highest calibre blows away both judges and audience, and we have a WINNER!

Considered the most unique and prestigious event of its kind in Australia for under 35 year old classical pianists, the Australian National Piano Award 2014 has a winner. Alex Raineri (first prize); Daniel Le (second) and John Fisher (third prize), plus more was on offer for the pianists last night.

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What have they chosen to play at the "Grands"?

Check this site to see what our star performers have chosen to plerform tonight at the Grand Finals - starts at 8pm and runs through to 11.30pm. Saturday 13 September, 2014

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The FINAL Three are:

We sat in the auditorium, waiting patiently for the adjudicators verdict as to who would be going forward and play in tomorrow's Grand Finals.

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Repertoire for top 5 - Today

The following lists the repertoire and the performance schedule for our fine pianists competing today.

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Semi-finalsts announced at 10.45pm tonight

The top 5 pianists performing on Friday 12 September are:

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Round one nearly done and dusted

Tonight the final three pianists (the women) will be performing for the first time.

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Full day filming with the ABC so much fun

7.30 have been with us all day getting the colour, the people, the pianists and a behind the scenes look at this year's Australian National Piano Award. This arts story will go to air this Friday night. Stay tuned.

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They are here and the music begins tomorrow

Greeted by the adjudicators, committee, board members and the Mayor Counsellor, Jenny Houlihan - thirteen musicians got to meet each other. We drew the ballot order of performance and it all starts tomorrow. Welcome everyone

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Berta Brozgul keen to leave her mark on Australian piano award

Berta Brozgul's passport is a well-stamped one. Born in South Africa to Ukrainian holocaust survivors, growing up in outer Melbourne and now studying in Austria, the 24-year-old star pianist is used to travelling for her art.

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