20th Contest

Female voices

1st Marina Bolgan (Italy)
2nd Maria Russo (USA)
3rd Valerie Errante (USA)
      Myong-Sook Lee (Korea)

Male voices

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2nd Radoslaw Zukowski (Poland)
    Romuald Tesarowicz (Poland)
3rd Rentaro Kurosaki (Japan)


Special prizes

To the best Mozart performer: William Livengston (USA)
To the best Wagner performer Jürgen Kürth (R.Democrática Alemana)
To the best Schubert performer Takako Sumikawa (Japan)
To the best French Music performer: Lona Culmer (USA)
To the best performer of a play by an English composer: Andrew Dalton (Australia)
“Plácido Domingo" Award for the best Spanish singer: Santos Ariño
“Diputació de Barcelona” scholarship: Maria Luisa González Támez (Mexico)
“Mercedes Viñas” scholarship: Rosa M. Conesa (Spain)
“Accademia Chigiana" scholarship in Siena: Josep M. Bosch (Spain)
“Gino Bechi” scholarship: Juei-Min Chu (Taiwan)

Jury 20th Contest


Mr. Luciano Alberti (Italy). Artistic Director of the International Festival "Maggio Musicale Fiorentino", Florence. Artistic Director of the "Teatro Comunale", Florence.



Mr. Lorenzo Alvary (USA). Bass of the Metropolitan Opera House, New York. Director of the radio programme "Opera Topics", New York.

Mr. Ettore Campogalliani (Italy). Accompanying pianist and teacher of the greatest figures of the Lyrical music.

Mr. Franco Corelli (Italy). Tenor. Operistic career in the main theatres of the world. Recordings.

Mr. Yvon Le Marc-Hadour (France). Baritone. Professor of Singing. Member of several international competitions..

Mr. Emilio Núñez (Spain). Musicologist and Lecturer. Member of several international competitions.

Ms. Elena Obraztsova (URSS). Mezzo-soprano. Operistic career in the main theatres of the world. Recordings. First Grand Prize "Francisco Viñas" 1970.

Sr.Juan Pich-Santasusana (Spain). Composer. Former Director of the Conservatori Superior Municipal de Música de Barcelona.

Mr. Tony Russo (USA). Vice President of Columbia Artists Management, New York.

Ms. Rosa Sabater (Spain). Pianist. Concert career in the world's leading concert halls. Professor of piano at the Freiburg Conservatory, Federal Republic of Germany. Recordings.

Ms. Renata Tebaldi (Italy) Soprano. Operistic career in the main theatres of the world. Recordings.