Prizes, PianoArts Fellowships

Angie Zhang bowing after her award winning performance with the MSO.


Over $27,000 in prizes, awards, a scholarship, performances, and PianoArts fellowships awarded among ten PianoArtists

First place:       $12,000
Second place:   $6,000
Third place:       $4,000

Audience Communication: $500
Best Performance of an American Work Written After 1950: $500
Best Performance of a Duo: Two Awards for two PianoArtists: Each $500
Best Performance of a Composition by J. S. Bach: $2,000
Junior Jury Award: $300
Wisconsin Contestant Award: $750
Scholarship: International Keyboard Institute & Festival,
(New York City), value $2,000
Musical scores published by Hal Leonard Company, value $1,000

PianoArts Fellowships
Selected PianoArtist winners receive fellowships to return to Milwaukee to perform for diverse audiences. Fellows receive stipends, all expenses paid, with on-site training in “Programming and Creating New Audiences.”