Special Prizes Announced at 2016 Menuhin Competition

The special prizes have today been announced at the 2016 Menuhin Competition, in London

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The special prizes have today been announced at the 2016 Menuhin Competition, in London.

The ‘Audience Prize’ of £500 in Junior Competition was awarded to 13 year old Kevin Miura from the United States/Japan – courtesy of music site, Idagio.

The £500 prize for the ‘Best Performance of a Wieniawski Caprice’ in the opening round of the Junior Competition, was awarded to 15 year Johan Dalene, from Sweden.

The £500 prize for the ‘Best Performance of the new work, ‘Shpigl’ by O. Colomina i Bosch’ in the Final round of the Junior Competition, was awarded to 12 year old Yesong Sophie Lee, from the United States.

The £500 prize for the ‘Best Chamber Music Performance’ in the Semi-Final of the Junior Competition, was awarded to 15 year old Johan Dalene, from Sweden.

The £500 EMCY ‘Exceptional Performance’ Prize in the Junior Competition was awarded to 15 year old Johan Dalene, from Sweden.

The Audience Prize of £500 in Senior Competition was awarded to 16 year old SongHa Choi from, South Korea – courtesy of music site Idagio.

The £500 prize for the ‘Best Performance of a Mozart Concerto’ in the opening round of the Senior Competition, was awarded to 16 year old Ziyu He, from China.

The £1000 prize for the ‘Best performance of Bartok’s Solo Sonata’ in the Semi-Final round of the Senior Competition, was awarded to 20 year old Yu-Ting Chen from Taiwan.

The £1000 prize for the ‘Best performance of a Bach Solo Sonata’ the opening round of the Senior Competition, was awarded to 16 year old Ziyu He, from China.

The £1000 prize for the ‘Best Performance of the new work, ‘Hora Bessarabia for Solo Violin by R. Panufnik’ in the opening round of the Senior Competition, was awarded to 16 year old Ziyu He, from China.

The new prize, of the 2 loan of a Golden Period Stradivarius Violin from the Jonathan Moulds Collection ‘for the Candidates with the Most Outstanding Potential’ was awarded to 13 year old Kevin Miura, from the United States.

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