Julian Trevelyan

The Jury of the Long-Thibaud Crespin Foundation has not awarded the First Prize in this year’s piano competition. Second Prize went to the young Brit Julian Trevelyan, who is only 16 years old. He also won the Special Concerto Award. Third Prize was awarded to Kaoru Jitsukawa, 26, from Japan. According to his Facebook page, young Julian is a pianist, violinist, singer (tenor) and violist. He is also interested in conducting and composing.

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