Saturday, October 29, 2005

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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 following 5 contestants were taken through to the final round of the 2005 Coupe Mondiale. They were each required to present an own choice program between 20 and 30 minutes in length.

Rade MIJATOVIC, Serbia and Montenegro
Danil STADNYUK, Russia
Anton TORBEEV, Russia

Rinat VALIEV, Russia
Carisa MARCELINO, Portugal
Joint Winners of the Junior Virtuoso Entertainment Cateogry Antonio MANCINI from Italy and Julien (Speedy) Gonzales from France
CIA Vice President Raymond Bodell (United Kingdom) announcing the awards of the Diplomas to the CIA Member Organization Delegates
CIA President pictured with Australian
contestant Ann-Elise KOERNTJES.
Coupe Mondiale Organizer Carlos Semedo
with some of the CIA Winners
2005 Coupe Mondiale Champion - Rade MIJATOVIC from Serbia and Montenegro
Teacher Miljan BJELETIC with student and 2005 Coupe Mondiale Champion Rade MIJATOVIC from Serbia and Montenegro
Rade MIJATOVIC being interviewed by the Television
The winner of the International Competition for Chamber Music "Caprice'
2005 Coupe Mondiale Honorary Vice President Paulo Jorge Ferreira after his performance with Esart Ensemble, directed by Cesario Costa. Paulo performed his own composition Improvisata with String Orchestra
The closing act of the Concert was by Lusotango
Dimitri BOUCHLIER, France
Winner - Junior Coupe Mondiale
Guy GUILIANO, France
Winner - Senior Virtuoso Entertainment
Julien (Speedy) Gonzales, France
1st = Winner - Junior Virtuoso Entertainment
Antonio MANCINI, Italy
1st = Winner - Junior Virtuoso Entertainment
Alexander SHIRUNOV, Russia
Winner - International Competition for Piano Accordion. Alexander also received a concert tour to New Zealand and Australia sponsored by the New Zealand Accordion Association (NZAA) and the Australian Accordion Teachers Association (AATA) , a cocert tour to Slovakia, Hungary and the Czech Republic sponsored by the Methodical Centre of Accordion "Marta Szokeová" (MCA) and the production of a CD recording sponsored by Intermusik.
Teacher Miljan BJELETIC with student and 2005 Coupe Mondiale Champion Rade MIJATOVIC from Serbia and Montenegro and CIA Vice President Raymond Bodell.

The Trophy is a travelling Trophy sponsored by the CIA member, the National Accordion Organization of the United Kingdom (NAO)
Li Cong from China and Viatcheslav Semionov from Russia
CIA President Kevin Friedrich, International Competition for Piano Accordion Winner Alexander Shuronov (Russia), teacher Alexander Dmitriev and CIA Public Relations Manager Harley Jones (Fiji) at the CIA 70th Anniversary Reception
CIA General Secretary Walter Maurer next to
the 70th Anniversary Cake
2005 Coupe Mondiale organizer Carlos Semedo with Vjera Odak-Jembrih, President of the Croatian Accordion Association celebrating the 70th Anniversary of the CIA at the Reception for Delegates, Jury, Contestants and Guests
President: Kevin Friedrich
New Zealand/USA 2001-2009
1992 - Trossingen, GERMANY
Frédéric DESCHAMPS, France
1994 - Munster, FRANCE
Inaki ALBERDI, Spain
1995 - Avesta, SWEDEN
Vitali DMITRIEV, Russia
1996 - Dunajska Streda, SLOVAKIA
Peter KATINA, Slovakia
1997 - Rheinach, SWITZERLAND
Alexander GATAULLIN, Russia
1998 - Nijmegen, HOLLAND
Konstantin ISCHENKO, Russia
1999 - Trossingen, GERMANY
Jérôme RICHARD, France
2000 - Kragujevac, YUGOSLAVIA
Dmitry KHRAMKOV, Russia
2001 - London, UNITED KINGDOM
Aidar GAINULLIN, Russia
2002 - Copenhagen, DENMARK
Alexander POELUEV, Russia
2003 - Štúrovo, SLOVAKIA
& Esztergom, HUNGARY
Nikolay SIVCHUK, Russia
NB there were no competitions held from
1939 - 1947, 1991 & 1993
2004 - Pontarlier, FRANCE
Alexander SELIVANOV, Russia
2005 - Castelo Branco, PORTUGAL
Rade MIJATOVIC, Serbia & Montenegro

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