Announcement of Semifinalists and Performance Order

The Dallas International Piano Competition announces the results of Round 1, and the names, repertoire, and performance schedule of the 9 Semifinalists who are advancing to Round 2. Semifinals will be held in Caruth Auditorium at Owen Arts Center on Friday, March 13, 2015, 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Details of the performance schedule are…

Round 1 Quarterfinal Performance Schedule Announced

The Dallas International Piano Competition announces the performance schedule for Round 1 Quarterfinals to be held in Caruth Auditorium at Owen Arts Center on Thursday, March 11, 2015. The performance order was determined by drawing at the start of events on Wednesday. Details of the performance schedule are provided below. Round 1 Quarterfinals will be…

DIPC Announces Participating Quarterfinalists of 2015

The Dallas Chamber Symphony proudly announces the concert pianists invited to to participate in the Dallas International Piano Competition 2015. The following pianists have passed the Preliminary Audition Round, which included a jury’s review of performances from a large field of applicants from around the globe. The pianists listed below have been selected to advance…

DIPC 2015 Announces Preliminary Audition Jury Members

The Dallas International Piano Competition announces its Preliminary Audition Jury 2015. Preliminary auditions were evaluated by Rick Rowley, Michael Schneider and Jim Stopher, who provided scores and recommendations as to which of the DIPC’s applicants submitted the most outstanding audition recordings, and are deserving of an invitation to participate in Round 1 Quarterfinals to be…

Kyle Orth Dazzles at Dallas Chamber Symphony Debut

Pianist Kyle Orth, winner of the Dallas International Piano Competition 2014 delights audiences with concerto debut with the Dallas Chamber Symphony. Wayne Lee Gay of D Magazine’s FrontRow writes: “After intermission, pianist Kyle Orth, a graduate of Texas Christian University currently studying at the New England Conservatory, and winner of the orchestra’s concerto competition, joined…