Candidates Announced at Poland’s Tadeusz Wroński Violin Competition

This year's competition will be held from the 23rd to the 30th of September and will stream live on The Violin Channel

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Today, the Tadeusz Wroński Solo Violin Competition, in Warsaw, Poland, announced its 33 opening round candidates.

The 2020 candidates are:

  • Błażej Bębeńca (Poland)
  • Wiktoria Białostocka (Poland)
  • Wiktoria Borkowska (Poland)
  • Sara Dragan (Poland)
  • Wiktor Dziedzic (Poland)
  • Eyru Feng (China)
  • Bartłomiej Fraś (Poland)
  • Yung-Chieh Hsu (Taiwan)
  • Mateusz Izdebski (Poland)
  • Krzysztof Katana (Poland)
  • Natalia Koliada (Ukraine)
  • Konishi Momoko (Japan)
  • Hayato Kubota (Japan)
  • Aleksandra Kuls-Koziak (Poland)
  • Issei Kurihara (Japan)
  • Roksana Kwaśnikowska (Poland)
  • Emilia Łapko (Poland)
  • Barbara Malcolm (Poland)
  • Anastasia Mamyasheva (Russia)
  • Mateusz Marut (Poland)
  • Kirara Nakagawa (Japan)
  • Kazushi Omoto  (Japan)
  • Michał Orlik (Poland)
  • Jan Pietkiewicz (Poland)
  • Magdalena Rzechowska (Poland)
  • Moyuru Shibauchi (Japan)
  • Bartosz Skibiński  (Poland)
  • Adam Suska (Poland)
  • Jacek Świca (Poland)
  • Karol Tabor (Poland)
  • Miłosz Wieliński (Poland)
  • Gaja Wilewska (Poland)
  • Sławomira Wilga (Poland)

Open to international violinist 30 years old and younger, the 1st prize winner will receive €25,000.

The 2021 jury comprises: Konstanty Andrzej Kulka (Chairman) Krzysztof Jakowicz, Sławomir Tomasik, Jakub Jakowicz, Alena Baeva, Reiko Otani, Magdalena Rezler-Niesiołowska, Ryoko Tanabe, Adam Korniszewski, Takashi Shimizu, Jan Stanienda and Michael Vaiman.

The Violin Channel will be streaming the competition's final rounds live.

You won't miss a beat.