Jury and Special Prizes Awarded at the 2014 Indianapolis International Violin Competition

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Finalists Indianapolis International Violin Competition Cover

The 10 Jury and Special Prizes have just minutes ago been awarded at the 2014 International Violin Competition of Indianapolis Closing Ceremony.

The ‘Best Performance of a Bach Work’ was awarded to this year’s Gold Medallist Jin Joo Cho, from South Korea.

The ‘Best Three Performances of a Paganini Caprice’ were awarded to: 1st: Nancy Zhou, from the United States 2nd Ayana Tsuji, from Japan and 3rd Jin Joo Cho, from South Korea.

The ‘Best Performance of an Encore Work’ was awarded to VC ‘Young Artist’ Suyeon Kang, from Australia.

The ‘Best Performance of a Mozart Sonata’ was awarded to Ji Young Lim, from South Korea – and piano collaborator Rohan de Silva.

The ‘Best Performance of a Beethoven Sonata’ was awarded to VC ‘Young Artist’ Dami Kim – and piano collaborator Nelson Padgett.

The ‘Best Performance of Ellen Taaffe Zwilich’s Fantasy for Solo Violin’ was awarded to VC ‘Young Artist’ Tessa Lark, from the United States.

The ‘Best Performance of a Ysaye Sonata’ was awarded to Tessa Lark, from the United States.

‘The ‘Best Performance of a Sonata Other than Beethoven’ was awarded to VC ‘Young Artist’ Yoo Jin Jang, from South Korea – and piano collaborator Thomas Hoppe.

The ‘Best Performance of a Classical Concerto’ was awarded to VC ‘Young Artist’ Dami Kim, from South Korea.

The ‘Best Performance of a Romantic or Post- Romantic Concerto’ was awarded to Jin Joo Cho from South Korea.

 

PICTURED: (L to R) Ji Yoon Lee, Yoo Jin Jang, Dami Kim, Ji Young Lim, Tessa Lark & Jin Joo Cho
PHOTO CREDIT: Denis Ryan Kelly Jr.

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