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Round Two Results

Here are the 12 pianists who have qualified for the semi-finals of the 2018 Dublin International Piano Competition. Semi-Final_DIPC_2018 The Semi-Finals will start on Saturday 26th May at 2.30 p.m. in the National Concert Hall. Full details of the schedule and the competitors’ programmes will be available tomorrow.

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2018 Semi-Finals and Finals to be live-streamed worldwide by RTE and ARTE

RTÉ | ARTE SEMI-FINALS AND FINALS OF THE 2018 DUBLIN INTERNATIONAL PIANO COMPETITION TO BE LIVE-STREAMED BY RTÉ & EUROPEAN CULTURAL CHANNEL ARTE RTÉ and Franco-German public service broadcaster ARTE have joined forces to live-stream the semi-finals and finals of the 2018 Dublin International Piano Competition to audiences worldwide. The initiative, a first for the

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News Update: Monday 21st May

Dublin International Piano Competition 18th – 29th May announces the two dozen successful candidates through to the Second Round hailing from 14 different countries including 2 Irish competitors, Cahal Masterson (26) from Newry and Eoin Fleming (19) from Dublin, one of the youngest in the competition RDS, Dublin Monday 21st May: Following an intense First

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Round One Results

Here is the list of the 24 competitors who have made it through to the second round of the Dublin International Piano Competition.  Round 2 The second round commences on Wednesday May 23rd at 10.oo a.m at the RDS Full details to follow

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DIPC: A short history

Here is a brief look at the history of the Dublin International Piano Competition by one of its founders, Laurie Cearr. It all began at a game of bridge. Among the players were internationally renowned Irish pianist John O’Conor and Ann Fuller, a former cultural officer at the United States Embassy in Dublin. John and

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Have a look at our DIPC Competitors

DIPC are delighted to share the photos of the 61 competitors who have been successful in their application to compete in the 2018 Dublin International Piano Competition. In a truly international field, we will be welcoming competitors from Brazil, Canada, China, Croatia, Georgia, Germany, Hong Kong, Hungary, Israel, Japan, Kazakhstan, Malaysia, Poland, Portugal, Russia, Singapore,

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