From the National Concert Hall, Dublin, Robert Bily (Czechia),Yasuko Furumi (Japan), Roman Kosyakov (Russia) and Yukine Kuroki Japan) each perform a concerto with the National Symphony Orchestra under Gerhard Markson in the final of the 12th Dublin International Piano Competition - watch above.
Japanese pianist Yukine Kuroki won first prize with a memorable performance of Liszt's Concerto No 1 in E flat. Second prize went to Yasuko Furumi, third prize went to Roman Kosyakov and fourth prize went to Robert Bily.
The judging panel of 12 included John O'Conor (chair), Anne-Marie McDermott, Finghin Collins and Susan Starr.
Elsewhere at the Dublin International Piano Competition, The Charles J. Brennan Prize and McCullough Bursary for the highest placed Irish performer went to Rowel Friers. The winner of the Ita Stephens Prize for the best performance of a piece by Beethoven played in any round of the competition was Arisa Onoda (Japan). The Bridget Doolan Prize for the best performance of a piece by Mozart played in any round of the competition went to Roman Kosyakov.