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Winners

2017

1. Seungju Bahg, tenor (South Korea)
2. Giovanni Sebastiano Sala, tenor (Italy)
3. Alexander Roslavets, bass (Belarus)
The prize for best performance of Norwegian music was awarded to Alexander Roslavets, bass (Belarus).
Christian Valle, bass-baritone (Norway) was awarded the Ingrid Bjoner Scholarship as the best Norwegian participant.


2015

1. Lise Davidsen, soprano (Norway)
2. Elsa Dreisig, soprano (France)
3. Yuriy Yurchuk, baritone (Ukraine)
The prize for the best performance of Norwegian Music and the Ingrid Bjoner Scholarship were also awarded to Lise Davidsen.

 

2013

1. Kristina Mkhitaryan, soprano (Russia)
2. Andrew Stenson, tenor (United States)
3. Mélissa Petit, soprano (France)
The prize for best performance of Norwegian music was awarded to finalist Hamida M. Kristoffersen soprano (Norway).
Hamida M. Kristoffersen was also awarded the Ingrid Bjoner Scholarship as the best Norwegian participant.

2011

1. Dong-Hwan Lee, baritone (South Korea)
2. Ingeborg Gillebo, mezzo-soprano (Norway)
3. Uliana Alieksiuk, soprano (Ukraine)
The prize for best performance of Norwegian music was awarded to finalist Kateryna Kasper, soprano (Ukraine).
Ingeborg Gillebo was awarded the Ingrid Bjoner Scholarship as the best Norwegian participant.

2009

1. Seung Gi Jung, baritone (South Korea)
2. Jacquelyn Wagner, soprano (USA)
The Troldhaugen Grieg Prize was awarded to Adrian Angelico, mezzosoprano (Norway).

2007

1. Audun Iversen, baritone (Norway)
2. Anita Watson, soprano (Australia)
3. Nina Gravrok, soprano (Norway)
The Troldhaugen Grieg Prize was awarded to Erika Roos, soprano (Sweden)

2005

1. Daniel Behle, tenor (Germany)
2. Peter McGillivray, baritone (Canada)
3. Insung Sim, bass (Korea)
The Troldhaugen Grieg Prize was awarded to Daniel Behle, tenor (Germany).

2003

1. Olga Mykytenko, soprano (Ukraine)
2. Measha Brueggergosman, soprano (Canada)
3. Vladimir Baykov, bass (Russia)
The Troldhaugen Grieg Prize was awarded to Measha Brueggergosman.
Finalist Vibeke Kristensen, soprano, was awarded the prize for the best Norwegian participant.

2001

1. Marita Kvarving Sølberg, soprano (Norway)
2. Galina Sidorenko, soprano (Russia)
3. Yorck Felix Speer, bass/baritone (Germany)
The Troldhaugen Grieg Prize was awarded to Marita Kvarving Sølberg.
Marita Kvarving Sølberg was awarded the prize for the best Norwegian participant.

1999

1. Virginia Tola, soprano (Argentina)
2. Oana-Andra Ulieriu, mezzosoprano (Romania)
3. Ayk Martirosyan, bass (Armenia)
The Troldhaugen Grieg Prize was awarded to Helene Ranada, mezzosoprano (Sweden).

1997

1. Liao Changyong, baritone (China)
2. Valentina Kutzarova, mezzosoprano (Bulgaria)
3. Ofelia Sala-Piqueras, soprano (Spain)
The Troldhaugen Grieg Prize was awarded to Valentina Kutzarova, Bulgaria.
Hege Gustava Tjønn, soprano, was awarded the prize for the best Norwegian participant.

1995

1. Akie Amou, soprano (Japan)
2. Tygran Martirosyan, bass (Armenia)
3. Deng-Feng Zhao, tenor (China)
4. Anette Seiltgen, mezzosoprano (Germany)
The Troldhaugen Grieg Prize was awarded to Melanie Diener-Gabler, soprano (Germany).
Åshild Skiri Refsdal was awarded a scholarship by Postbanken for the best Norwegian participant.

1992 (piano)

1. Simone Pedroni (Italy)
2. Folke Nauta (Netherlands)
3. Sigurd Slåttebrekk (Norway)
4. Victor Lyadov (Russia)
The prize for the best interpretation of a Norwegian work was awarded to Francesco Libetta (Italy).

1988 (piano)

1. Nigel Hill (Great Britain)
2. Jeffrey Biegel (USA)
3. Sergei Schepkin (Russia)
4. Eckhart Heilingers (Germany)
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