Candidates Announced for Düsseldorf’s 2018 Anton Rubinstein International Viola Comp

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

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Anton Rubinstein Viola Competition

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

The 20 final round candidates are:

  • Joachim Angster (France)
  • Momoko Aritomi (Japan)
  • Victoria Bernath (Great Britain)
  • Lina-Marie Däunert (Germany)
  • Hilary Gamble (United States)
  • Alba González i Becerra (Spain)
  • Se Ho Ha (South Korea)
  • Heloise Houze (France)
  • Kei Ito (Japan)
  • Claudio Laureti (Italy)
  • Sangji Park (South Korea)
  • Haeun Park (South Korea)
  • Denizsu Polat (Turkey)
  • Nina Popotnig (Austria)
  • Dor Sperber (Israel)
  • Sebastian Steinhilber (Germany)
  • Dmitriy Stupishin (Russia)
  • Otoha Tabata (Japan)
  • Daniele Valabrega (Italy)
  • Assia Weissmann (Russia)

Hosted by the Anton Rubinstein International Music Academy, and open to violists of any age or nationality, the 1st prize winner will receive €750 – and the one-year loan of a Friedrich Wilhelm Knopf fine viola bow. 

The 2018 jury will comprise: Yury Bondarev, Friedemann Hecker and Alexander Zemtsov. 

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