JERUSALEM – Australian virtuoso Alexander Gavrylyuk took first place Wednesday night in the finals of the 11th annual Arthur Rubinstein International Piano Master Competition, named for one of the 20th century’s greatest pianists.
The maestro from Poland died in 1983 at the age of 95 but is still revered by music-lovers, especially for his interpretations of Chopin.
Trailing Ukrainian-born Gavrylyuk were Germany’s Igor Levit, followed by Korean Yeol Eum Son.
The Rubinstein competition, held once every three years, carries a first prize of $25,000 and a gold medal bearing a likeness of Rubinstein based on a Pablo Picasso sketch.
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