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Belgium's Stephanie Huang qualified for the Queen Elizabeth competition in the semi-finals

Belgium’s Stephanie Huang qualified for the Queen Elizabeth competition in the semi-finals

Twenty-four other cellists are vying for a place in the Queen Elizabeth competition final: eight women and sixteen men.

Tonight The semi-finals of the Queen Elizabeth competition announced. Asia is traditionally well represented with seven candidates – five from South Korea, one from Japan and one from China. American Rihanna Anthony and Ukrainian Oleksiy Shadrin (1993) are the aging deans, and Serbian Petar Bejic (2002) is the youngest candidate. Belgian candidate Stephanie Huang also had a chance to win a place in this week’s final. On June 4th, we will know who will be the winner of this cello edition.

The 24 semi-finalists:

  • Rihanna Anthony (USA, 1993)
  • James Pike (USA, 2001)
  • Weihai Chan (China, 2001)
  • Brian Ching (Canada, 1997)
  • Hyung Choi (South Korea, 1998)
  • Jeremias Fliedl (Austria 1999)
  • Anushka Hack (Germany, 1996)
  • Konstantin Hesse (Germany, 2001)
  • Stephanie Huang (Belgium, 1996)
  • Wuchan Jeong (South Korea, 1999)
  • Min Ji Kim (South Korea, 1995)
  • Marcel Johannes Keats (Estonia, 1995)
  • Keisuke Morita (Japan, 1997)
  • Taeguk Min (South Korea, 1994)
  • Samuel Niederhauser (Switzerland, 1998)
  • Petar Bejic (Serbia, 2002)
  • Erica Piccotti (Italy, 1999)
  • Florian Pons (France, 1994)
  • Ivan Sinditsky (Russia, 1996)
  • Oleksiy Shadrin (Ukraine, 1993)
  • Anton Sbronk (Netherlands, Switzerland, 1994)
  • Simon Tzlaf (Germany, 1997)
  • Ella Van Bock (Netherlands, 1994)
  • Sol Yoon (South Korea, 1995)
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