Vote for American Pianist George Li as the First Winner at Tchaikovsky Competition!

By Xinming Li, bostonese.com

Boston, June 29, 2015, As we celebrate the Independence Day this weekend, it would be such a great pleasure to see a native of Lexington, Mass. brings the Gold medal of piano competition at the 15th Tchaikovsky Competition back to the USA. After another brilliant performance in the final round, 19-year-old George Li has become a fan favorite and a clear front runner of the piano competition.
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Music critic wrote of Li’s final round performance:”By contrast, competitor George Li as soon as he touched the piano showed that he had no intention of fading into the background. He demonstrated his best qualities as a pianist for virtuoso concertos and deployed his massive arsenal of technique (his extremely powerful octave passage work was especially impressive), and his youthful sincerity and attractiveness brought liveliness, freshness, and fervor to the interpretation of the music. ”

George Li is the only American in the six finalist of the piano competition. You can vote for George Li in an online polling page setup by the Tchaikovsky Competition: tchaikovskycompetition.moscow/polls/piano/3round.
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The poll questions is “Who deserves the First prize and Gold medal in the piano competition?” with names and pictures of the six finalist. It invites you to vote for a pianist who you think is the winner of the XV International Tchaikovsky Competition. The voting will end at 12 AM on Thursday, July 2, 2015. You can select only one pianist.

The internationally renowned Tchaikovsky Competition is held every four years in Moscow. You vote would help ensure that George Li, a Harvard student, to become the First Winner at the Tchaikovsky Competition as we celebrate the Fourth of July holiday. It takes only a few seconds, and your vote will help an American pianist bring back home the gold! Please vote at: tchaikovskycompetition.moscow/polls/piano/3round.

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