Korean soprano Sumi Hwang has been awarded 1st prize at the 2014 Queen Elisabeth International Vocal Competition – in Brussels, Belgium.
A graduate of the National University of Seoul and the Munich Hochschule fur Musik und Theatre, Sumi will receive 25,000 Euros.
Rotating annually between piano, vocal and violin disciplines – the International Queen Elisabeth Prize is regarded as one of the most coveted accolades in classical music.
The 2015 Queen Elisabeth International Violin Competition will hosted from the 4th to the 30th of May – and is open to violinists of any nationality, born before December 31st, 1984.
Applications to be received before 10th January 2015.
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