Faculty Member Represents Truman at International Music Competition

A native of Bulgaria, pianist and new Truman piano faculty member Ilia Radoslavov recently served as one of the judges of the 2010 Seattle International Piano Festival and Competition.

This honor came as a result of Radoslavov’s winning of a gold medal in the 2009 competition.

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Ilia Radoslavov

This event allowed Radoslavov to promote the Truman music program, network and establish new professional contacts and actively seek opportunities for recruitment. It also provided an opportunity to contribute to the national visibility of Truman and its music program.

The Seattle International Piano Festival and Competition invites both local and international pianists to share their talents and diverse musical backgrounds. Unique among competitions around the world, the SIPF encourages pianists of all ages to seek their personal niche and voice, with the freedom to select repertoire without specific requirements.

As stated on the official SIPF website, youth, piano students of universities and conservatories, professional pianists and amateur pianists are all invited to compete in the annual competition.

All finalists of the 2010 piano competition will have the opportunity to present their music in the Illsley Ball Nordstrom Recital Hall in Benaroya Hall in Seattle, Wash.
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