Prizes Awarded at Dusseldorf’s Rubinstein International Violin Competition

Viollinists Yuna Ha and Alexandra Weissbecker have been awarded joint-1st prize at the Rubinstein International Violin Competition

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Yuna Ha from South Korea and Alexandra Weissbecker from Germany have this week been awarded joint-1st prize at the Rubinstein International Violin Competition – in Dusseldorf, Germany.

Due to the COVID-19 coronavirus, this year’s prizes were awarded based on the candidates’ application video performances.

A graduate of Seoul National University, Yuna is a current student of Svetlin Roussev, Olivier Charlier and Friedemann Eichhorn at the Hochschule für Musik Weimar and the Paris Conservatory.

Alexandra is a student of Pierre Amoyal and the Salzburg Universität Mozarteum.

3rd prize was awarded to Seonhye Song from South Korea.

Both 2020 1st prize winners will receive €1000.

The 2020 jury comprised: Yuri Bondarev, Wonhee Bae and Daniel Garlitsky.

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