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Watch Ingolf Wunder play the 2019 ASUGSV Summit Stage X

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Successful at the 2010 Warsaw International Chopin Competition, Ingolf Wunder showed how excellently he plays works by the great Polish composer. The young Austrian won not only the second prize but also several special prizes and the audience award at the legendary piano competition. The jury's decision led to an intensive public debate, heightening awareness worldwide. Wunder, who had previously won the top prize at several other competitions – among them Turin (European Music), Hamburg (Steinway), Feldkirch ("Prima la musica"), Asti (Concours Musical de France), Casarza ("VI Trofeo Internazionale") and Budapest (Liszt) – has already performed throughout the world, including Argentina, Austria, Belgium, China, Cyprus, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Poland, Portugal, Russia, Spain, Switzerland and the USA. In January 2011, the pianist became an exclusive Deutsche Grammophon artist.

Watch the attached clip as he plays at the 2019 ASUGSV X