Candidates Announced for Berlin’s 2018 Anton Rubinstein International Cello Comp

The 20 final round candidates have been announced for the 2018 Anton Rubinstein International Cello Competition

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The 20 final round candidates have today been announced for the 2018 Anton Rubinstein International Cello Competition – to be held in Berlin, from the 7th to the 8th of April.

The 20 final round candidates are:

  • Beata Antikainen (Finland)
  • Vasily Bystrov (Russia)
  • Yoonhye Chung (South Korea)
  • Carla Conangla (Spain)
  • Roman Efimov (Russia)
  • Tung-Lin Hsieh (Taiwan)
  • Ariana Kashefi (United Kingdom)
  • Kyo Kawasaki (Japan)
  • Daeyoun Kim (South Korea)
  • Yumin Lee (South Korea)
  • Oksana Lytvynenko (Ukraine)
  • Haran Meltzer (Israel)
  • So Yoen Park (South Korea)
  • Yoosin Park (South Korea)
  • Josua Petersen (Germany)
  • Ivan Skanavi (Russia)
  • Grace Sohn (Canada)
  • Johanna Maria Sontacchi (Austria)
  • Anton Spronk (Netherlands)
  • Kristina Vocetková (Czech Republic)

Hosted by the Anton Rubinstein International Music Academy, and open to cellists of any age or nationality, the 1st prize winner will receive €750 – and the one-year loan of a 1900 Victor Thomassin fine cello bow.

The 2018 jury will comprise: Lisa Franken, Konstantin Manaev and Michael Blatow.

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