Candidates Announced for Vienna’s 2018 Fritz Kreisler International Violin Competition

The opening-round candidates have been announced for the 2018 Fritz Kreisler International Violin Competition

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The opening-round candidates have been announced for the 2018 Fritz Kreisler International Violin Competition – to be held in Vienna, Austria from the 20th to 30th of September, 2018.

The 2018 opening-round candidates are:

  • Roman Reshetkin
  • Arthur Rusanovsky
  • Cristian Ruscior
  • Yoanna Ruseva
  • Antonia Schöner
  • Haruna Shinoyama
  • Takatoshi Sugiyama
  • Paolo Tagliamento 
  • Ririko Takagi
  • Avraham Tirfe
  • Natsumi Tsuboi
  • Janay Tulenova
  • Brieuc Vourch
  • Lara Weber
  • Jaewon Wee
  • Hikaru Yonezaki
  • Rino Yoshimoto
  • Alexander Zayranov
  • Martin Zayranov
  • Ribon Aida
  • Milan Al-Ashhab
  • Christ. Tun Andersen
  • Yurina Arai
  • Leonid Baranov
  • Leon Blekh
  • Gennaro Cardaropoli
  • Clémence de Forceville
  • Michael Germer
  • Ivan Glebov
  • Anna Göckel
  • Marie-Astrid Hulot
  • Adrian Ibáñez-Resjan
  • Sarah Jégou-Sageman
  • Lorenz Karls
  • Joanna Kasperczyk
  • Maria Kouznetsova
  • Philipp Krylov
  • Alice Lee
  • Paul Kropfitsch
  • Luka Ljubaj
  • Alexandra Lomeiko
  • Hong Kiu Mak
  • Michiru Matsuyama
  • Chiril Maximov
  • Ulisse Mazzon
  • Daichi Nakamura
  • Ririko Noborisaka
  • Yukari Ohno
  • Eunsley  Park
  • Soo-Hyun Park
  • Matous Peruska
  • Tami Pohjola

Open to violinists of any nationality aged 29 years or younger who are ready to embark on an international career, the 2018 1st prize winner will receive USD $13,000, a solo performance invitation with the Vienna Philharmonic – plus a number of important concert engagements and CD recording opportunities.

Previous major prize winners include: VC Artists William Hagen, Emmanuel Tjeknavorian, Nikita Boriso-Glebsky and Sergey Khachatryan

The 2018 jury will comprise: Xiang Chen, Roland Daugareil, Erich Gruenberg, Clemens Hellsberg, Joseph  Kim, Yair Kless, Sergey Kravchenko, Machie Oguri, Jan Pospichal, Dora Schwarzberg, Ulf Wallin and Laurie Smukler.

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