Joshua Han  
Piano   
2nd Prize
Josh also won the Audience prize
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Joshua Han started his piano studies at the age of four. After winning his first gold in the Sydney Eisteddfod at the age of six, Joshua has achieved considerable success. In 2012, at 10 years old, Joshua received his LMusA and performed as soloist at the Iguazú en Concierto Festival in Argentina. The next year, he received Encouragement Prizes at both the 1st Korea International Piano Competition, and the Theme and Variations Inaugural Awards.

In 2014, Joshua won First Prize at the Ettlingen International Competition for Young Pianists. He was also awarded First Prize, as well as Audience Prize at the 2015 Aarhus International Piano Competition. He is currently studying with Dr Paul Rickard-Ford and intends to pursue piano performance in concerts and competitions.

 

Josh played:

Saturday

Bach: Fantasie and Fugue in A minor BWV 944

Clementi: Piano sonata in G minor Op.34 No.2 - Largo e sostenuto, Allegro

Sunday

Liszt: Venezia e Napoli S.162 - Tarantella

Bizet / Horowitz: Variations on a Theme from Carmen