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First ever medal from the International Opera Singer’s Festival named after P.I.Tchaikovsky
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Infomongolia.com : Mongolia, Daily news, Information about Mongolia, Mongolian language lessonsThe 14th International Opera Singer's Competition named after P.I.Tchaikovsky which is so-called as Olympic of Classic Art was held in Moscow and Saint Petersburg, Russia between June 14 and June 30.
 
Two singers from Mongolia (Ch.Enkhtaivan and E.Amartuvshin) had competed in the final round of the competition through the genre of solo and E.Amartuvshin (Soloist of the Mongolian State Academic Theatre of Opera and Ballet) won the silver medal and audience award with respect.
 
The Award Ceremony of the competition took place on June 30 at 20:00 Moscow time and both best male and best female singers are Chongming Park and Nangyun Jeong from the Republic of Korea. The winners were awarded by 20,000 euro each; moreover, all prize winners will make a contract with the world’s three biggest music agencies as well as participate in the Gala World Tour for the next 3 years.
 
Mongolian baritone E.Amartuvshin was awarded by 15,000 euro and he has become the first ever medal winner from the International Opera Singer’s Festival in the Mongolian opera history. 
 
Update: 2011.07.08: E.Amartuvshin receives a reward worth 52 million MNT
 
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July 01, 2011


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