Jean Dubé - Prizes and Awards
Jean Dubé - pianiste international
Prizes and Awards
 
 
 
 
1987 (5 years old):
  • Scolarship given by the “Edmonton Italian Women Society”, Canada
 
1991 (9 years old) :
  • Unanimous First Prize « Jeunes Prodiges Mozart
    à Paris »  National Competition organized by the City of Paris, and Jacques Chirac
     ( award: a Steinway piano offered by Alexandre Hanlet,  Paris)
  • Unanimous First Prize , Tournois du Royaume de la Musique de
    Radio France
    , National Competition , Superior level 
  • The youngest soloist ever in the history of the Opera of Nice
  • Dguished in the french press as the youngest soloist of France
  • Solarships given by the Kosma, Soroptimist, Oulliastre Foundations
    and the Nice Baie des Anges (France), Alicante (Spain) and Bergamo (Italy)  Rotary Clubs 
        (10 years old )
  • The youngest Unanimous First Prize ever,  in  piano and Chamber   Music in the History of the National Conservatory of Music of Nice
1992
·       Enters with the congratulations of the Jury the post-graduate course given by Jacques Rouvier in the National Conservatory of Music of Marseille
  • Scolarship given by the Khatchatourian Foundation
 
1993
  • Enters with the congratulations of the Jury, the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique de Paris
  • Spécial Prize at the International Pierre Barbizet Piano Competitionin Marseille
  • Resident Soloist of the  Sophia-Antipolis Foundation
 
1994
  •  Unanimous First Prize , Steinway Paris National Piano Competition
 
1995
  • Unanimous Public Prize , Televised International  Music Competition « Classic Stars », Paris
 
1996 14 years old :
  • First Prize and Monique de la Bruchollerie Special Prize in piano from the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique de Paris
  • Unanimous First Prize, France-Germany Lions Club
  • Laureate of the City of La Grande Motte
 
1997
  • Chosen as First pianist  for the Turangalila Eastern Europe tour with the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Paris Youth Symphonic Orchestra
  • First Prize , Francis Poulenc International Piano ,Brive-La-Gaillarde, France
  • Mécénat Musical Société Générale Scolarship 
  • Silver Medal given by the City of  Nice
  • Singer-Polignac Foundation Scolarship 1998
  • First Prize, « Jeunesses Musicales de Bucarest » International Piano Competition 
  •  « Musique dans les Vignes Foundation» Scolarship
  • Meyer Foundation Scolarship for the recording of a XXth Century piano music compact disc
 
 1999
  • Yvonne Lefébure Scolarship, « Piano XX° Siècle d’Orléans » International Competition 
  • Distinction First Prize  in Chamber Music with the violinist Ching-Yun Tu, from the  National  Superior Conservatory of Music of Geneva, Switzerland
  • Second Grand Prize,  Takasaki International Music Competition (Japan)
 
2000
  • Second Grand Prize,  Messiaen International Piano Competition  organized by the City of Paris, Yvonne Loriod Prize, given to the candidate  who respected the most  Olivier Messiaen’s spirit,  Editions Durand Prize, given to the best interpreter of the  « Vingt Regards sur l’Enfant Jésus »
  • Invited to appear in the  « Who is who in Music » published in  London,  England
  • Receives the “Best show of the year award” for his interpretation  of  the  Messiaen Turangalila-Symphonie with the  Riga National Orchestra in the  Riga Opera Hall, Latvia
 
2002 (20 years old)
  • Unanimous First Prize , and Public Prize, Utrecht Franz Liszt International Piano Competition
  • Elected as a Honorary Member in the  Zervos Foundation

2003
  • Invited to give masterclasses in the  Quito Franz Liszt Conservatory (Ecuador)
  • « Akso Nobel for Young Talent »  Foundation Laureate
 
2004 (22 years old)
  • Invited as a  jury member of the Città di Pinerolo International Piano Competition (Italy)
  • Invited to give masterclasses
o      Addis Ababa Yared  School of Music (Ethiopia)
o      Wits University de Johannesburg  (South Africa)
o      Joensuu School of Music (Finland)
o      Bucaramanga International Piano Festival  (Columbia)
 
2005
  •  Invited to give masterclasses
o      Wits University, Johannesburg  (South Africa)
 
2006
  • Invited to give masterclasses
o      Wits University, Johannesburg  (South Africa)
o      Sopron Liszt Festival (Hungary)
 
2007
o      Invited to give masterclasses
o      Utrecht Conservatory of Music, The Netherlands
 
2008
  • Invited to give masterclasses
o      Johannesburg  (South Africa)
 
 
  2009
 
  • Invited to the Chang Chun International piano Festival , China:
  1. as board member
  2.  to performn recitals
  3. and to givce master classes 
  • Silver Medal of "Encouragement au Progrès"Foundation
 
  • Winner of the "Ouistreham-Riva European piano Competition " and of the special Chopin à Nohant Prize (Le Havre, France)
 
 
   

     
     
     
     

     
     
     
     

     
     
     
     
     
     

     
     
     
     
     
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