Young Artist Competition Results


Congratulations to the winners of the 2014 Classical 90.5/PNC Wealth Management Young Artist Competition! See the results below and attend the free winner’s recital on Wednesday, November 26th at noon, on Lunchtime Classics. The first place, second place, and honorable mentions perform on the winner’s recital.

First Place

Aemin Kim (16), piano

Second Place

Emily Redden (17), soprano
Maxwell Thompson (16), marimba

Honorable Mentions

Colin Crothers (12), piano
Landys Guo (16), piano
Ted Kang (17), violin
Sarah Martel (13), piano
Megan Wang (14), piano
Clara Warford (16), harp
Christopher Zhou (18), clarinet

Junior Award

Kennan King (9), piano


Krista Wallace-Boaz
Michael Hill
Daniel Gilliam

October 8: Young Artist Competition Deadline


Young classical musicians: your chance to be heard on Classical 90.5 is coming up! Register for the 2014 Classical 90.5/PNC Wealth Management Young Artist Competition by October 8, 2014 at midnight. Find details and registration here.

Lunchtime Classics: Young Artist Competition Winners!


This week’s Lunchtime Classics features the winners of the 2013 Classical 90.5/PNC Wealth Management Young Artist Competition. The concert is free and open to the public.

2013 Young Artist Competition Winners!


Congratulations to the 2013 Classical 90.5/PNC Wealth Management Young Artist Competition Winners!

Classical 90.5 is proud to announce the winners of the 2013 Young Artist Competition

First Place: Choong-won Jin, piano

Second Place: Christina Li, piano

Honorable Mentions (alphabetical order):
Harpistry 188, harp quartet
Ted Kang, violin
Joshua Steinbach, counter-tenor
Emily Stone, harp
Jonathan Yi, violin

Hear them all perform on Lunchtime Classics Wednesday November 27 at noon.

The judges for this year’s competition were: Joanna Goldstein, Andrew Rhinehart and Daniel Gilliam.

2012 Young Artist Competition

ted kang

15-year-old violinist Ted Kang was the winner or the 2012 Young Artist Competition sponsored by PNC Wealth Management. Enjoy his performance of the Violin Concerto No. 1 by Max Bruch from the winners recital.