Flute 2014

Official Prizes

The Geneva Competition offers the following official prizes:

First Prize                                                                  CHF 20,000  (= approx. € 16,200)
Second Prize CHF 12,000   (= approx. €   9,700)
Third Prize  CHF   8,000  (= approx. €   6,500)
Special Prizes
Audience Prize                                                          CHF 1,500.-
"Paul Streit" Special Prize CHF 3,000.-
"Coup de Coeur Breguet" Special Prize CD Recording
"Young audience" Special Prize CHF 1,000.-
"Souffle" Special Prize CHF 1,500.-
"Vents du Midi" Special Prize Complete revision of a flute

 

  • A Breguet watch will be presented to the winner of a First Prize
  • The Audience Prize is awarded by the audience at the Final performance.
  • The “Coup de Coeur Breguet” Prize is awarded by Montres Breguet SA and consists in the recording of a CD.
  • The “Paul Streit” special Prize is awarded to a particularly deserving flutist.

Official registration of the candidates - drawing lots : November 15

Click here to see the full programme of the competition

Public competition sessions

RECITAL I
Monday 17, Tuesday 18 & Wednesday 19 November
2 PM / 7 PM, Conservatoire

RECITAL II
Saturday 22 & Sunday 23 November
11 AM / 2 PM / 7 PM, Studio Ansermet

SEMI-FINAL
Wednesday 26 & Thursday 27 November
7 PM, Conservatoire
with the Ensemble Contrechamps

FINAL
Monday 1 December
8 PM, Victoria Hall
with L'Orchestre de Chambre de Genève, dir. Nicolas Chalvin

Works already proposed in the CD sent for the preliminary audition file can be replayed once in the following rounds.
Unless otherwise specified, all works are to be played by heart.
Each candidate may choose the order in which he/she wishes to perform his/her programme.

CD recording - listening sessions

Siegfried Karg-Elert
Chaconne, Caprice number 30

J.S. Bach
Partita (without repetitions)

One contemporary solo piece – can be repeated in the 2nd round
George Benjamin: Flight (1979)
Elliot Carter: Scrivo in Vento (1991)
Heinz Holliger: (é)cri(t) (2005)
Philippe Hurel: Loops (1999)
Betsy Jolas: Episode 1 (1964)
Tristan Murail Unanswered Questions (1995)
Toru Takemitsu: Itinerant  (1989)
Luciano Berio: Squenza I (1958)

Recital I - 25 minutes – Solo Flute recital  (max 50 candidates)

Siegfried Karg-Elert
Sonata Appassionata

One contemporary solo piece at the free choice of the candidate:
George Benjamin: Flight (1979)
Elliot Carter: Scrivo in Vento (1991)
Heinz Holliger: (é)cri(t) (2005)
Philippe Hurel: Loops (1999)
Betsy Jolas: Episode 1 (1964)
Tristan Murail Unanswered Questions (1995)
Toru Takemitsu: Itinerant (1989)
Luciano Berio: Squenza I (1958)

C.P.E. Bach
Solo Sonata Wq. 132

Récital II – 45 minutes – Free recital with piano or harpsichord ( max 20 candidates)

Programme at the free choice of the candidate, containing the following:
one work minimum from baroque period
one work minimum from romanticperiod
one work minimum from the 20th century

Semi Final – chamber music (max. 8 candidates)

The compulsory piece
Prizewinning work from the 2013 composition Prize (solo flute and 5 instruments) – with the score

With Ensemble Contrechamps

Claude Debussy
Sonata for Flute, viola and harp – with score

Final with orchestra (max. 4 candidates)

One contemporary concerto, freely chosen by the candidate among the following:
Elliot Carter: Concerto (2008)
Jonathan Dove: Magic Flute Dances (2000)
Joan Tower: Concerto (1989)
André Jolivet: Concerto (1958)

W.A.Mozart: Concerto   
Concerto in G major KV313 OR
Concerto en D major KV314

Cadenzas are at the free choice of the candidate

L’Orchestre de Chambre de Genève

Here you can download and print the rules of the Flute 2014 competition

1. General Conditions

Conditions of admission

The 69th Geneva Competition is open to all flutists born after November 30, 1984 regardless of nationality. There are no exceptions to this rule.
Candidates who have already won a first Prize at one of the earlier Geneva Competitions are not allowed to enter for the same discipline again.

Registration

The completed registration form must be submitted online no later than April 30, 2014 or postmarked by April 30, 2014 if sent by mail.
Candidates may register using the attached registration form or directly on our website here.

Registrations will only be considered as final after receipt of a dossier comprising (by ordinary mail or email – thank you for sending documents of high quality):

  • An official confirmation of the candidate’s age (copy of birth certificate or passport).
  • A brief CV (studies, schools, teachers, professional activities, prizes).
  • Two different and recent colour photographs (passeport-size not accepted) and very high quality. For electronic submission, the full name will be used as title (and not, for example, “pict003.jpg ou IMG_002.jpg).
  • Proof of payment of the registration fee.
  • A recent (less than 12 months) and non-edited audio recording.

Technical specifications as described in the following article.

Candidates who have sent these documents by e-mail must make sure their registration is valid by requesting the Competition management to provide written acknowledgement of receipt.

Technical Data Audio

Format
CD or high-quality computer file containing the required programme for the preliminary audition file only

Place and date
the recording shall specify the place and date of registration of each piece

Certificate
it must also be accompanied by a letter countersigned by a teacher or a musician of international renown certifying the authenticity of the recording

Recording
The works must be recorded in their entirety
The movements must be separated and indexed
Public records are not accepted

CD sending
the names of the composers, pieces and movements must be specified on the CD, as well as the candidate’s full name

Registration Fee

Amount of the fee
the registration fee for the 2014 Geneva Competition is

CHF 250 (two hundred and fifty Swiss francs)
payable in a single instalment.
Payment should be made to:

Details of the bank :

Banque Cantonale de Genève
Quai de l’Ile 17
Case postale 2251
CH - 1211 Geneva 2

Swift N°: BCGECHGG
IBAN N°: CH 33 0078 8000 S 077 6119 5
Account N°: S 776.11.95
Clearing : 788
Account holder : Concours de Genève

Payment terms
Payment can be made by credit card (Visa or Eurocard/Mastercard) directly on our website.
In this case, candidates will need to send us a copy of their payment along with the registration documents.

Cheques are not accepted.
The registration fee is not refundable under any circumstances.

Accomodation, Meals and Transport Expenses, Insurance

Accommodation
The Committee of the Friends of the Geneva Competition Association proposes candidates who request it, and depending on available places, free single room accommodation with host families. The candidate is asked to contact her/his family at least 15 days before the start of the competition, after which time the family will be given to another candidate. Family members or friends of the candidate will in no way benefit from this accommodation (except upon reasoned request).        

The Geneva families host candidates voluntarily. It is therefore requested that candidates behave with them in observing the basic rules of politeness, education and good manners.

Meal expenses
The Geneva International Music Competition, through the medium of the Committee, provides participants in the Competition with two daily meal vouchers worth CHF 18.- each (not cumulative), right from the time of their arrival and so long as they are still in the Competition. They are to be used in partner restaurants near the competition places.
Once they are eliminated from the Competition, candidates who wish to stay on in Geneva must pay for their own lodging (except prior agreement of the host family) and board.

Transport expenses

On the official registration day in Geneva, candidates will receive a pass that they will need to have with them throughout the Competition. Representing the Competition identity card, this document will give them access to the rounds of the competition performed in public and will also enable them to receive a free ticket for the Final. Moreover, this pass also gives them free use of Geneva public transport throughout the competition.

Travel expenses
The Geneva International Music Competition will refund half the travel expenses for candidates who reach the final rounds (Semi-Final), unless they start their journey in Switzerland or within a 300 km radius of Geneva, with a ceiling of CHF 700 (economy class plane ticket or 2nd class train ticket or the equivalent of the latter for a car journey).

Insurance
The Geneva Competition is not responsible for the costs of candidates’ illness and/or accident during their stay in Geneva.

The Competition

Preliminary auditions
The purpose of the preliminary selections based on audio recordings is to eliminate candidates who are not up to the standards required to take part in the public rounds of the Competition. This preliminary phase takes place in camera in the presence of an international jury chaired by the President of the 2014 flute competition, in a studio guaranteeing the best possible listening conditions.

Announcement of the results
The names of the selected candidates will be published on our website by June 30, 2014. They will be personally advised and will receive by June 30, 2014 the official invitation to participate, specifying the time and place they are expected in Geneva.

Official registration of the selected candidates
Candidates must be present at the time fixed for the day of official registration. It takes place in two stages.

1. Official registration (between 9am and 2pm)
The official invitation sent in June specifies the place and time they should arrive in Geneva.
Candidates will have to present the official invitation and their passport. The participation of candidates in the competition will become definitive after the official registration.

2. Draw (4pm)
An overall draw will be organised after the official registration to determine the order in which candidates will perform throughout the competition.
If a case of absolute necessity should prevent a candidate from being present at this session, he or she must justify their absence without delay. At the candidate’s express request, a person designated by the candidate or a representative of the Geneva Music Competition will draw a number in her/his stead. The candidate is then kindly requested to contact the secretariat immediately regarding the day and time when she/he must be ready for the first-round performance before the jury.

The order established by the draw cannot be changed, except in case of absolute necessity. It can however be modified in the Final according to the program (duration, choice of piece, etc.) of each finalist in order to ensure the coherence of the evening. In any case, the Competition management is solely entitled to take such a decision.

Generally speaking, the Competition undertakes to follow the schedule established for each candidate after the draw. Likewise, each candidate, once the order and timing are known, is under obligation to arrive at the test in due time for the schedule they have been given.

Public performances
The Competition consists of the following stages:

  • First Round: Recital 1
  • Second Round: Recital 2
  • Third Round: Semi-Final
  • Fourth Round: Final (with orchestra)

The results are announced after each round. Decisions of the jury are final.

2. Prizes and Awards

Official Prizes

The Geneva Competition offers the following official prizes:

First Prize CHF 20,000  (= approx. € 16,200)
Second Prize CHF 12,000   (= approx. €   9,700)
Third Prize  CHF   8,000  (= approx. €   6,500)
Special Prizes
Audience Prize CHF 1,500.-
"Paul Streit" Special Prize CHF 3,000.-
"Coup de Coeur Breguet" Special Prize CD Recording
A Breguet watch will be presented to the winner of a First Prize  

The Audience Prize is awarded by the audience at the Final performance.
The “Coup de Coeur Breguet” special Prize is awarded by Montres Breguet SA and consists in the recording of a portrait CD.
The “Paul Streit” special Prize is awarded to a particularly deserving flutist.

Prize-giving ceremony
The prizes, awards and diplomas signed by the President of the Jury as well as the President and the General Secretary of the Geneva Music Competition, will be presented to Laureates during the prize-giving ceremony which will take place at the close of the Final.

Engagements, Recordings

Prizewinners will be offered engagements for a period of two years after the conclusion of the competition. These engagements are organized and managed by the « Agence de concerts ProMusica-Sàrl », the official concert agency of the Geneva Competition.

Radio Suisse Romande Espace 2 will record and broadcast the Semi-Final and the Final. The management of the Geneva Competition reserves the right to choose the excerpts from recordings of the top prizewinning performances for the production of a CD, at the end of the year. Candidates selected for the final phases, Semi-Final and Finals, will each receive a recording of their performance. This recording must not under any circumstance be distributed in any form whatsoever without the agreement of the Competition management. Candidates shall answer to other parties involved for any abusive use of these recordings.

Prizewinners waive all and any rights to recordings and/or radio or TV broadcasts and/or internet of the categories featured at the Geneva Competition.
A prizewinners’ concert will be held in Geneva in late 2015, bringing together the most outstanding prizewinners of the 2014 event.
Prizewinners undertake to honour, as far as possible, the various engagements offered to them in the two years following the end of the Competition.

3. Jury

The appointment of the 7 Jury members is the sovereign responsibility of the Artistic Committee of the Competition. Members are chosen for their international renown in the music world, regardless of any racial, ideological, political or linguistic considerations. 

Extract of the Jury rules

The Geneva Music Competition imposes an extremely strict set of regulations on Jury members, including several general rules and differentiated voting procedures according to the various stages in the competition. The main points of these regulations are the following :

  • Candidate preselection is made through blind listening to all recordings sent by the candidates. At least two members of the final jury (including the President) are parts of the preselection committee.
  • The Jury abstains from voting for candidates that are currently or have been their students on a regular basis during that year, except during the final round.
  • Members of the Jury are forbidden to communicate with participants or those close to them during the entire competition. They are required to respect the principle of confidentiality.
  • The President of the Jury votes in the same way as the other members. In the event of a tie, her vote counts for two.
  • During Recital I and Recital II rounds, Jury members award each candidate a mark from 1 to 25, from which the highest and lowest are substracted before calculating the average.
  • The Semi-Final round is judged with a yes or a no.
  • Prizes are awarded in two phases : firstly the Jury establishes a ranking of finalists, taking into account the performance in the Final and then decides whether or not the best amongst them deserves a First Prize.
  • Prizes are not necessarily awarded.
Members of the 2014 Flute Jury:

Emily Beynon, Great Britain, Chairwoman
Silvia Careddu, Italy
Mathieu Dufour, France
Eyal Ein-Habar, Israel
Andrea Lieberknecht, Germany
Felix Renggli, Switzerland
Hideaki Sakai, Japan

Right from the end of the first performance, two or three jury members will be at the disposal of the unsuccessful candidates to comment on their performance.
The juries’ deliberations are governed by internal regulations. Their decisions are final and there is no right of appeal.

Subject to modifications

4. Miscellanous

Programme
Candidates are required to send their programme prior to the final deadline of April 30, 2014. Nonetheless, they still have the possibility of modifying it within one month of receiving the invitation, meaning up until July 30, 2014. After that date, no changes may be made to the programme, unless these were to be specifically required by the Artistic Committee of the Competition.

Compulsory piece
The compulsory piece will be the the prize-winning work of the 2013 Composition Prize, whose final will be held on December 1, 2013. The piece, a “ work for flute solo and small ensemble of five instruments" will be sent, with the official invitation, to selected candidates by June 30, 2014 and will need to be played in the Semi-Final.

Musical scores
Candidates are expected to use the original musical scores of the works they perform. The Geneva Music Competition cannot be deemed responsible for any fraud that might be committed by a candidate in this field (such as the public use of illegal copies). Candidates are required to provide the Competition management with the musical scores they intend to perform, and may do so during the official registration session in Geneva.

Accompanists
The Geneva Competition shall place official accompanists at the disposal of the candidates. Several rehearsals are provided for each round. Additional rehearsals are possible depending on the accompanists’ availabilities, at the expense of candidates. However, applicants may, if they wish, be accompanied by musicians of their choice, at their own expense.

Final with orchestra : Monday 1 December,  8 pm, Victoria Hall

 

Ms Elena BADAEVA
25 y.o., Russian Federation

W. A. Mozart, Concerto n°2 in D major K. 314
André Jolivet, Concerto for flute & string orchestra

 

Mr. Yubeen KIM
17 y.o., South Korea

W. A. Mozart, Concerto n°2 in D major K. 314
André Jolivet, Concerto for flute & string orchestra

Ms Adriana FERREIRA
24 y.o., Portugal

W. A. Mozart, Concerto n°2 in D major K. 314
André Jolivet, Concerto for flute & string orchestra

Semi-Final : 26-27 November, Music Conservatory
 
26.11.14 - 7 pm
Ms Helena MACHEREL
19 y.o., Switzerland
26.11.14 - 7:35 pm
Ms Elena BADAEVA
25 y.o., Russian Federation
26.11.14 - 8:25 pm
Mr. Alexander MARINESKU
26 y.o., Russian Federation
26.11.14 - 9 pm
Mr. Yubeen KIM
17 y.o., South Korea
27.11.14 - 7 pm
Ms Mayuko AKIMOTO
22 y.o., Japan
27.11.14 - 7:35 pm
Mr. Ting-Wei CHEN
24 y.o., Taiwan
27.11.14 - 8:25 pm
Ms Adriana FERREIRA
24 y.o., Portugal
27.11.14 - 9 pm
Ms Yaeram PARK
18 y.o., South Korea
Recital II : 22, 23 November , Studio Ansermet
 
22.11.2014 11:00
Ms Helena MACHEREL
19 y.o., Switzerland
22.11.2014 11:45
Mr. Pantxoa URTIZBEREA
22 y.o., France
22.11.2014 14:00
Ms Sojeong SON
25 y.o., South Korea
22.11.2014 14:45
Mr. Yuki KOYAMA
28 y.o., Japan
22.11.2014 15:45
Mr. Mark XIAO
27 y.o., Australia
22.11.2014 16:30
Ms Elena BADAEVA
25 y.o., Russian Federation
22.11.2014 19:00
Mr. Alexander MARINESKU
26 y.o., Russian Federation
22.11.2014 19:45
Mr. Sébastian JACOT
27 y.o., Switzerland
22.11.2014 20:45
Mr. Yubeen KIM
17 y.o., South Korea
22.11.2014 21:30
Ms Sarah OUAKRAT
27 y.o., France
23.11.2014 11:00
Ms Ji Weon RYU
22 y.o., South Korea
23.11.2014 11:40
Ms Hélène BOULEGUE
24 y.o., France
23.11.2014 14:00
Ms Mayuko AKIMOTO
22 y.o., Japan
23.11.2014 14:45
Mr. Ting-Wei CHEN
24 y.o., Taiwan
23.11.2014 15:45
Ms Adriana FERREIRA
24 y.o., Portugal
23.11.2014 16:30
Ms Julia HABENSCHUSS
24 y.o., Austria
23.11.2014 19:00
Ms Hyunseo CHEON
17 y.o., South Korea
23.11.2014 19:45
Ms Yaeram PARK
18 y.o., South Korea
Recital I : 17-19 November, Conservatory

 

17.11.2014 14:00
Ms Haemi PARK
24 y.o., South Korea
17.11.2014 14:25
Mr. Henry WILLIFORD
24 y.o., United States
17.11.2014 14:50
Mr. Narek AVAGYAN
26 y.o., Armenia
17.11.2014 15:15
Ms Jae-A YOO
26 y.o., South Korea
17.11.2014 16:00
Ms Helena MACHEREL
19 y.o., Switzerland
17.11.2014 16:25
Mr. Pantxoa URTIZBEREA
22 y.o., France
17.11.2014 16:50
Ms Sojeong SON
25 y.o., South Korea
17.11.2014 19:00
Mr. Yuki KOYAMA
28 y.o., Japan
17.11.2014 19:25
Mr. Mark XIAO
27 y.o., Australia
17.11.2014 19:50
Ms Xue SU
21 y.o., China
17.11.2014 20:15
Ms Elena BADAEVA
25 y.o., Russian Federation
17.11.2014 21:00
Mr. Alexander MARINESKU
26 y.o., Russian Federation
17.11.2014 21:25
Mr. Sébastian JACOT
27 y.o., Switzerland
17.11.2014 21:50
Mr. Yubeen KIM
17 y.o., South Korea
18.11.2014 14:00
Ms Sarah OUAKRAT
27 y.o., France
18.11.2014 14:25
Ms Min Hee KIM
29 y.o., South Korea
18.11.2014 14:50
Ms Margarita TIMOSHIN
25 y.o., Israel
18.11.2014 15:15
Ms Yejin SON
21 y.o., South Korea
18.11.2014 16:00
Ms Simona PITTAU
29 y.o., Italy
18.11.2014 16:25
Mr. Kakeru CHIKU
24 y.o., Japan
18.11.2014 16:50
Mr. Nei ASAKAWA
21 y.o., Japan
18.11.2014 19:00
Ms Ji Weon RYU
22 y.o., South Korea
18.11.2014 19:25
Ms Hélène BOULEGUE
24 y.o., France
18.11.2014 19:50
Ms Anaïs FAVRE-BULLE
27 y.o., France
18.11.2014 20:15
Ms Mayuko AKIMOTO
22 y.o., Japan
18.11.2014 21:00
Ms Elise GASTALDI
22 y.o., France
18.11.2014 21:25
Mr. Seiya UENO
25 y.o., Japan
18.11.2014 21:50
Mr. Ting-Wei CHEN
24 y.o., Taiwan
19.11.2014 14:00
Mr. Kenny Aaberg LARSEN
25 y.o., Denmark
19.11.2014 14:25
Ms Adriana FERREIRA
24 y.o., Portugal
19.11.2014 14:50
Ms Mathilde CALDERINI
25 y.o., France
19.11.2014 15:15
Ms Marion SAUMON
24 y.o., France
19.11.2014 16:00
Ms Miki ISAKA
26 y.o., Japan
19.11.2014 16:25
Ms Elodie ROUX
26 y.o., France
19.11.2014 16:50
Ms Pei-San HSIEH
25 y.o., Taiwan
19.11.2014 19:00
Ms Julia HABENSCHUSS
24 y.o., Austria
19.11.2014 19:25
Ms Yerim CHOI
20 y.o., South Korea
19.11.2014 19:50
Ms Alice MORZENTI
27 y.o., Italy
19.11.2014 20:15
Ms Chiaki NAKAGOMI
24 y.o., Japan
19.11.2014 21:00
Ms Raphaelle RUBELLIN
24 y.o., France
19.11.2014 21:25
Ms Hyunseo CHEON
17 y.o., South Korea
19.11.2014 21:50
Ms Yaeram PARK
18 y.o., South Korea
Prizewinners Flute 2014

Second Prize ex aequo

Ms Adriana FERREIRA
24 y.o., Portugal

Second Prize ex aequo

Mr. Yubeen KIM
17 y.o., South Korea

Third Prize ex aequo

Ms Elena BADAEVA
25 y.o., Russian Federation

Special Prizes Flute 2014

Special Prize « Paul Streit »
Ms. Héléna Macherel (19 years old, Suisse)

Special Prize « Souffle »
Mr. Yubeen KIM (17 years old, Corée du Sud)

Audience Prize
Mr. Yubeen KIM (17 years old, Corée du Sud)

Young Audience Prize
Mr. Yubeen KIM (17 years old, Corée du Sud)

Special Prize « Vents du Midi »
Ms. Mayuko Akimoto (22 years old, Japan)

Special Prize « Coup de Coeur Breguet »
Mme Adriana Ferreira (24 ans, Portugal)

Results of the Semi-Final round (candidates selected for the Final round)
Ms Elena BADAEVA
25 y.o., Russian Federation
Ms Adriana FERREIRA
24 y.o., Portugal
Mr. Yubeen KIM
17 y.o., South Korea
Results of the Recital II (candidates selected for the Semi-Final)
 
Ms Mayuko AKIMOTO
22 y.o., Japan
Ms Elena BADAEVA
25 y.o., Russian Federation
Mr. Ting-Wei CHEN
24 y.o., Taiwan
Ms Adriana FERREIRA
24 y.o., Portugal
Mr. Yubeen KIM
17 y.o., South Korea
Ms Helena MACHEREL
19 y.o., Switzerland
Mr. Alexander MARINESKU
26 y.o., Russian Federation
Ms Yaeram PARK
18 y.o., South Korea
Results of the Recital I (candidates selected for the Recital II)
 
Ms Mayuko AKIMOTO
22 y.o., Japan
Ms Elena BADAEVA
25 y.o., Russian Federation
Ms Hélène BOULEGUE
24 y.o., France
Mr. Ting-Wei CHEN
24 y.o., Taiwan
Ms Hyunseo CHEON
17 y.o., South Korea
Ms Adriana FERREIRA
24 y.o., Portugal
Ms Julia HABENSCHUSS
24 y.o., Austria
Mr. Sébastian JACOT
27 y.o., Switzerland
Mr. Yubeen KIM
17 y.o., South Korea
Mr. Yuki KOYAMA
28 y.o., Japan
Ms Helena MACHEREL
19 y.o., Switzerland
Mr. Alexander MARINESKU
26 y.o., Russian Federation
Ms Sarah OUAKRAT
27 y.o., France
Ms Yaeram PARK
18 y.o., South Korea
Ms Ji Weon RYU
22 y.o., South Korea
Ms Sojeong SON
25 y.o., South Korea
Mr. Pantxoa URTIZBEREA
22 y.o., France
Mr. Mark XIAO
27 y.o., Australia
Results of the pre-selection 
Timea ACSAI 25 y.o.                Hungary
Mayuko AKIMOTO 21 y.o. Japan
Nei ASAKAWA 21 y.o. Japan
Narek AVAGYAN 26 y.o. Armenia
Elena BADAEVA 24 y.o. Russian Federation
Hélène BOULEGUE 24 y.o. France
Mathilde CALDERINI 24 y.o. France
Barbara CHEMELLI 28 y.o. Austria
Ting-Wei CHEN 24 y.o. Taiwan
Hyunseo CHEON 16 y.o. South Korea
Kakeru CHIKU 24 y.o. Japan
Yerim CHOI 20 y.o. South Korea
Anaïs FAVRE-BULLE 27 y.o. France
Adriana FERREIRA 23 y.o. Portugal
Elise GASTALDI 22 y.o. France
Julia HABENSCHUSS 23 y.o. Austria
Pei-San HSIEH 25 y.o. Taiwan
Miki ISAKA 25 y.o. Japan
Sébastian JACOT 26 y.o. Switzerland
Yubeen KIM 16 y.o. South Korea
Hanjung KIM 20 y.o. South Korea
Min Hee KIM 29 y.o. South Korea
Yuki KOYAMA 27 y.o. Japan
Eva-Nina KOZMUS 20 y.o. Slovenia
Kenny Aaberg LARSEN 25 y.o. Denmark
Shu-Torng LIN 22 y.o. Taiwan
Helena MACHEREL 19 y.o. Switzerland
Alexander MARINESKU 26 y.o. Russian Federation
Matvey DEMIN 20 y.o. Russian Federation
Alice MORZENTI 27 y.o. Italy
Chiaki NAKAGOMI 24 y.o. Japan
Ingrid Soefteland NESET 22 y.o. Norway
Sarah OUAKRAT 26 y.o. France
Yaeram PARK 17 y.o. South Korea
Haemi PARK 23 y.o. South Korea
Simona PITTAU 29 y.o. Italy
Elodie ROUX 25 y.o. France
Rapha RUBELLIN 23 y.o. France
Ji Weon RYU 21 y.o. South Korea
Marion SAUMON 24 y.o. France
Kyeong Hoon SEUNG 24 y.o. South Korea
Yejin SON 20 y.o. South Korea
Sojeong SON 25 y.o. South Korea
Xue SU 21 y.o. China
Margarita TIMOSHIN 25 y.o. Israel
Seiya UENO 24 y.o. Japan
Pantxoa URTIZBEREA 21 y.o. France
Henry WILLIFORD 24 y.o. United States
Mark XIAO 27 y.o. Australia
Jae-A YOO 25 y.o. South Korea