Candidates Announced for the Inaugural 2018 Harbin International Violin Competition

The opening round violin candidates have been announced for 2018 International Music Competition Harbin

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The 28 violin candidates have been announced for the inaugural 2018 International Music Competition Harbin – to be held at the Harbin Conservatory of Music, in China from the 12th–26th January, 2018.

The 2018 opening round participants are:

  • Serin Baek (South Korea, 21)
  • Yun Fei Bai (China, 24)
  • Gun Baik (South Korea, 26)
  • Angela Sin Ying Chan (Hong Kong, 20)
  • Qun Dai (China, 26)
  • Shu Cong He (China, 25)
  • Meruert Karmenova (Kazakhstan, 24)
  • Hahnsol Kim (USA, 25)
  • Jee Won Kim (South Korea, 27)
  • Aleksandr Kostrikin (Russia, 28)
  • Stepan Lavrov (Russia, 30)
  • Young June Lee (South Korea, 27)
  • Fang Lei Liu (China, 26)
  • Petr Lundstrem (Russia, 24)
  • Tian Long Mai (China, 23)
  • Pei Wen Ni (China, 28)
  • Kyumin Park (South Korea, 21)
  • Yejin Roh (South Korea, 25)
  • Dmitry Smirnov (Russia, 23)
  • Ryosuke Suho (Japan, 22)
  • Elena Tarosyan (Russia, 24)
  • Julia Turnovsky (Austria, 27)
  • Jia Zhi Wang (China, 27)
  • Pin Hua Zeng (China, 21)
  • An Di Zhang (China, 25)
  • Hao Ya Zhang (China, 22)
  • Leonid Zheleznyi (Russia, 23)
  • Nancy Zhou (USA, 25)

Open to international violinists, aged between 20 and 34, the 1st prize winner will receive US $50,000.

The 2018 jury will comprise: Augustin Dumay, Ilya Kaler, Mihaela Martin, Kurt Sassmannshaus, Vera Tsu, Viktor Tretiyakov, Maxim Fedotov, Danan Liang and Alissa Margulis.

 

 

 

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