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2005 Coupe Mondiale Daily Reports2005 Coupe Mondiale Contestants
Coupe Mondiale Main Index PageCompetitors in Coupe Mondiale
Coupe Mondiale JuryCompetitors in Junior Coupe Mondiale
Tuesday, October 25, 2005 Competitors in International Competition for Piano Accordion
Wednesday, October 26, 2005Competitors in Virtuoso Entertainment Competition
Thursday, October 27, 2005Competitors in Junior Virtuoso Entertainment Competition
Friday, October 28, 2005
Saturday, October 29, 20052005 Coupe Mondiale Final Results
The Contestants in the 2005 Coupe Mondiale performed in Round I of the competition, playing:
  • 'O Medo Do Ritmo' by Carlos Marecos (Portugal). Pictured to the right, is Joan C. Sommers (USA) Vice Chairperson of the CIA Music Committee and composer Carlos Marecos who judged in the first round of the Coupe Mondiale.
  • any Prelude and Fugue from the Well Tempered Clavier, Book I or II, by J.S. Bach
  • any Sonata by Domenico Scarlatti
    (The Testpiece, the Bach Prelude & Fugue and the Scarlatti Sonata must be played in one sitting and may be played in any order.)

Aranzuzu AGUIRRE, Spain
Daniel LIS, Poland
Rade MIJATOVIC, Serbia and Montenegro
Adrian BOLEA, Spain
Danil STADNYUK, Russia
Anton TORBEEV, Russia

Renee BEKKERS, Netherlands
Rinat VALIEV, Russia
Carisa MARCELINO, Portugal

Collage picture of the Jury for the Coupe Mondiale
John Leslie (UK), Geanluca Pica (Italy), Alexander Dmitriev (Russia), Joan C. Sommers (USA), Carlos Marecos (Portugal), Vojin Vasovic (Serbia & Montenegro), Andreas Nebl (Germany), Mika Vayrynen (Finland), Zorica Karkutovska (Macedonia) Aitor Furundarena Usabiaga (Spain) Jacques Mornet (President of the Jury - France), Paulo Jorge Ferreira (Portugal)

The Candidates in the Junior Coupe Mondiale performed their first round in the Cine Teatro. Each contestant was required to play:

  • TEST-PROGRAMME: Two (2) pieces must be played which must include one original work for accordion and one baroque work written for harpsichord/clavichord.

Ines VAZ, Portugal
Nitya ESCRIVA, France
Jan BRTKA, Serbia and Montenegro
Jelena BRANKOVIC, Serbia and Montenegro
Dimitri BOUCHLIER, France
Jose VALENTE, Portugal
Vincent van AMSTERDAM, Netherlands
Boban PERIC, Macedonia
Aleksander KOLOVSKI, Macedonia
Stejepan VUGER, Croatia
Johannes BORREGAARD, Denmark
Bojan VOLCEVSKI, Macedonia
Marco DRAZIC, Serbia and Montenegro
Ozren GROZDANIC, Croatia
Mia COJBASIC, Croatia
Miadrag DJORDJEVIC, Serbia and Montenegro
Marko MILETIC, Serbia and Montenegro
Milovan CIKIC, Serbia and Montenegro

Collage picture of the Jury for the Junior Coupe Mondiale
José António Sousa (Spain), Maddalena Belfiore (USA), Angel Luis Castano (Spain), Zoran Rakic (Serbia and Montenegro), Heather Masefield (New Zealand), Peter Anders (Denmark), Li Cong (China), Viatcheslav Semionov (Russia), Vjera Odak-Jembrih (Croatia), Peter Van Overbruggen (Netherlands), Tibor Racz (Slovakia), Karen Fremar (USA), Graham Laurie (United Kingdom)
Antonio MANCINI, Italy
Grayson MASEFIELD, New Zealand
Isabelle GUERIN, France
Amaia IRAOLA, Spain
Estelle SAUVAIN, France
Gaelle VINCKIER, France
Fabio GUERREIRO, Portugal
Julian GONZALES, France
Antonio MANCINI, Italy and Grayson MASEFIELD, New Zealand, who began his performance with the traditional Maori Haka.
Isabelle GUERIN, France, Estelle SAUVAIN, France and Simon GACHET-MAUROZ, France
Gaelle VINCKIER, France and Julian GONZALES, France
Amaia IRAOLA, Spain and Fabio GUERREIRO, Portugal
Collage picture of the Jury for the Junior Virtuoso Entertainment
José António Sousa (Spain), Zoran Rakic (Serbia and Montenegro), Angel Luis Castano (Spain), Heather Masefield (New Zealand), Li Cong (China), Viatcheslav Semionov (Russia), Vjera Odak-Jembrih (Croatia), Peter Van Overbruggen (Netherlands), Tibor Racz (Slovakia), Karen Fremar (USA), Graham Laurie (United Kingdom)
Former CIA Vice President and member of the Music Committee Viatcheslav Semionov wearing the souvenir baseball Caps advertising the 2007 Coupe Mondiale in Washington DC, USA hosted by the American Accordionists Association (AAA) and the Accordionists and Teachers Guild, International (ATG).CIA Public Relations Manager Harley Jones with his nephew Grayson Masefield, a competitor in the Junior Virtuoso Entertainment Category and fellow New Zealander Campbell Hill, a competitor in the International Competition for Piano Accordion.
CIA President Kevin Friedrich, 2008 Organizers Brian & Graham Laurie, Raymond Bodell (CIA Vice President) and CIA Public Relations Manager Harley Jones standing with the Kings in the Jardim Episcopal adjoining the Palace of the Bishop. Created in the 18th Century the layout is very formal but the stonework and statues that decorate the garden are so heavily Baroque in style. The Giant Poster adorns the side of the Cine Teatro advertising the 2005 Coupe Mondiale.
President Richard Edmunds, Canada
1958 - Brussels, BELGIUM
Flaviano FOGLI, Italy
1959 - New York, USA
Marianne PROBST, Germany
1960 - Vienna, AUSTRIA
Herwig PEYCHAER, Austria
1961 - Pallanza, ITALY
Iona REED, Canada
1963 - Baden Baden, GERMANY
1964 - Toronto, CANADA
1965 - Valetta, MALTA
1966 - Versailles, FRANCE
Henny LANGEVELD, Holland
1967 - Leiden, HOLLAND
Gisela WALTHER, Germany
1968 - Leicester, ENGLAND

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