1982/1983

21st Contest

Female voices

1st Enedina Lloris (Spain)
    Teresa Ringholz (USA)
2nd Judith Malafronte (USA)
     Ana Felicia Filip (Romania)
3rd Denia Mazzola (Italy)
    Lona Culmer (USA)

Male voices

lº  Gleb Nicholsky (URSS)
2nd Null
3rd Null

 

Special prizes

To the best Mozart performer: Ana Felicia Filip (Romania)
To the best Verdi performer:Maria Manuela Castanhinha (Portugal)
To the best performer of French Music: Naoyoshi Kamata (Japan)
“Plácido Domingo" Award for the best Spanish singer: Enedina Lloris
To the best light soprano: Joanna Maria Kubaszewska (Poland)
To the best countertenor: Jacques François Loiseleur des Longchamps (France)
“Diputació de Barcelona” scholarship: Magdalena Shafer (Germany)
“Mercedes Viñas” scholarship: Carmen Viaplana (Spain)
“Gino Bechi” scholarship:Rosalina Mestre (Andorra)
“Accademia Chigiana" scholarship in Siena: Isabel Cabrera (Spain)
Opera Prize "Lucia de Lammermoor": Enedina Lloris (Spain)
To the youngest mezzo-soprano finalist: Sofía Salazar (Colombia)

Jury 21st Contest

President

Mr. José Manuel Serra Formigal (Portugal). President of the Management Board of the National Theatre "São Carlos", Lisbon.

 

Members

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

Mr. Jerzy Artysz (Poland). Baritone. Professor of Singing at the Warsaw Conservatory. Operistic career in concert and opera on the world's leading stages. Member of several international juries.

Mr. Manuel Ausensi (Spain). Baritone. Operistic career in the main theatres of the world. Recordings.

Mr. Gino Bechi (Italy). Baritone. Operistic career in the main theatres of the world. Recordings. Stage director and singing teacher.

Mr. John Coast (Great Britain). Artistic Agent.

Mr. Giuseppe Di Stefano (Italy). Tenor. Operistic career in the main theatres of the world. Recordings.

Mr. Yvon Le Marc-Hadour (France). Baritone. Singing teacher. Member of several International Competitions.

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

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