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The Concours International de Piano Teresa Llacuna
-Ville de Valence
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The International Piano Competition Teresa Llacuna-Ville de Valence sprang from a suggestion of the pianist Pascal Gallet, one of Teresa Llacuna's followers.

This competition was created in 2003 by a group of music-loving volunteers gathered within "Musiqualitas" an association which promoted the competition until the 2010 session.

Wishing to enhance the philosophy and the musical values carried by Teresa Llacuna, this group widened and decided to give another dimension to this competition by bringing it to the highest renown and to make it a prestigious event.

A new association "Concours International de Piano Teresa Llacuna- C.I.P.T.L- " was created to take over the management.

As this project was endorsed by local and regional authorities, it was decided that the city of Valence -France-  would host the event.

Since 2011 the competition takes place in this city at the "Valence-Agglo Music and Dance Academy".

The municipality of the city of Valence, the department of the Drôme and the region Rhône Alpes support in a sustained way the activities of the association C.I.P.T.L. and more particularly the annual piano competition.

 In 2013, the competition was distinguished with the label "Ville de Valence", and is henceforth named: Concours International de Piano Teresa Llacuna -Ville de Valence.

Choosing to display the Blazon of Valence with the title of  the competition, the CIPTL Association wishes at the same time to show the strength of its local implanting and to contribute through its own development to the renown of the Valence, city, the Drôme department, and the Rhône Alpes region.
Since 2003 the Concours International de Piano Teresa Llacuna-Ville de Valence received many candidates and artists as members of the jury:

Session Laureates Jury
2016 1st : Ting-Chia HSU (China)
2nd : Madoka Fukami (Japan)
3rd : Aleksandr Maltsev (Russia)
Special mention : Eugene Shon (Canada)
President : Dominique Merlet (France)
Teresa Llacuna (France), Bernard Commandeur (France), Paola Volpe (Italy), Ronan O'Hora (Great Britain)
2015 1st prize : Giulio Biddau (Italy)
2nd : Ahyoung Won (Corea)
3rd : Mihaï Ritovohui (Romania)
Special mention : Andréï Tcymbalistenko (Russia)
President : Dominique Merlet (France)
Teresa Llacuna (France), Bernard Commandeur (France), Olga Monakh (Ukrany), Josep Colom (Spain)
 
2014 1st : Julian Pflugmann (Germany)
2nd : Haruna Ohashi (Japan)
3rd : Kanako Ninomya (Japan)
Special mention : Sergeï Kim (Kazakhstan)
President : Dominique Merlet (France)
Teresa Llacuna (France), Bernard Commandeur (France), Sylviane Deferne (Swizerland), Umberto Santoro (Italy)
2013    1st prize : Nora Bartosik (USA/Japan)
2nd : Maya Ando (Japan)
3rd : Sergeï Kim (Kazakhstan)
President : Dominique Merlet (France)
Teresa Llacuna (France), Bernard Commandeur (France), Victoria Melki (France), Ricardo Castro (Brazil)

2012 1st prize : Yuki Kondo  (Japan)
2nd : Yu Mee Lee (Corea)
3rd : Cedric Gremaud (Swizerland)

 
President : Dominique Merlet (France)
Teresa Llacuna (France), Bernard Commandeur (France), Victoria Melki (France), Edith Hildbrand (Swizerland)
2011 1st prize : Christia Hudziy  (Ukraine)
2nd : Sophiko Simsive (Georgia)
3rd : Thibault Surugue (France)
President : Dominique Merlet (France)
Teresa Llacuna (France), Bernard Commandeur (France), Victoria Melki (France), Marc Pantillon (Swizerland), Pascal Jourdan (France)
2010 Florian Puddu  (France)
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Milena Martinez-Alicino  (Spain)
President : Leslie Wright (Equator)
Teresa Llacuna (France), Saya Sangidorj (Spain), Nadine Wright (France), Michel Leduc (France)
2009 Prize not awarded President : Désiré N'Kawa (France)
Teresa Llacuna (France), Nadine Wright (France), Leslie Wright (Equator), Paul Crapie (France) 
2008 Only one prize : Duanduan Hao  (China) President : Désiré N'Kawa (France)
Teresa Llacuna (France), Paul Crapie (France), Sebastien Risler (France), Annie Vinson (France) 
2007 Only one prize : Yumeto Suenaga  (France-Japan) President : Christian Ivaldi (France)
Teresa Llacuna (France), Svetlana Eganian (France), Jean-Paul Sévilla (France), Paul Crapie (France)
2006 Only one prize : Akiko Shindo  (Japan) President : Dominique Merlet (France)
Teresa Llacuna (France)
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2005 Only one prize : Antoine de Grolée  (France)
 
President : Sébastien Risler (France)
Teresa Llacuna (France)
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2004 Only one price : Eri Taga  (China) President : Teresa Llacuna

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