Candidates Announced for Dusseldorf’s Rubinstein International Viola Competition

The 41 opening round candidates have been announced for the 2019 Rubinstein International Viola Competition 

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The 41 opening round candidates have been announced for the 2019 Rubinstein International Viola Competition  to be held in Dusseldorf, Germany from the 4th to the 5th of May, 2019.

The 41 candidates are:

  • Yerim An (South Korea)
  • Momoko Aritomi (Japan)
  • Sharon Avella Herrera (Colombia)
  • Mieszko Baszczak (Poland)
  • Vittorio Benaglia (Italy)
  • Giulia Bombonati (Italy)
  • Valentin Chiapello (France)
  • Nadezhda Chumovitckaia (Russia)
  • Jakob Dingstad (Norway)
  • Stephanie Drach (Austria)
  • Kazuki Hashimoto (Japan)
  • Jannis Hoesch (Germany)
  • Younho Hong (South Korea)
  • Brian Isaacs (United States)
  • Alexandra Ivanova (Russia)
  • Gijoon Jo (South Korea)
  • Annariina Jokela (Finland)
  • Koji Kanada (Japan)
  • Dongyeob Kang (South Korea)
  • Wontae Kim (South Korea)
  • Eunbit Ko (South Korea)
  • Isabel Kreuzpointner (Germany)
  • Mengzhen Li (China)
  • Shuchen Liu (China)
  • Ganna Lysenko (Ukraine)
  • Johanna Maurer (Germany)
  • Lazar Miletic (Serbia)
  • Deokjin Oh (South Korea)
  • Simona Ruisi (Italy)
  • Fridolin Schöbi (Austria)
  • Mk Sung (South Korea)
  • Erin Louise Torres (South Africa)
  • Taihei Wada (Japan)
  • Yanan Wang (China)
  • Yifei Wang (China)
  • Wenbo Xin (China)
  • Daichi Yoshimura (Japan)
  • Mingyue Yu (China)
  • Dan Zhang (China)
  • Yishi Zhao (China)
  • Ekin Özcan (Turkey)

Open to international violists of all ages, the 1st prize winner will receive a fine bow loan.

The 2019 jury will comprise: Alexander Akimov, Yury Bondarev and Friedemann Hecker.

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