Candidates Announced For Inaugural Vietnam International Violin Competition

The 30 opening round candidates have been announced for the 2019 Inaugural Vietnam International Violin Competition 

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The 30 opening round candidates have been announced for the 2019 Inaugural Vietnam International Violin Competition – to be held in Hanoi, Vietnam from the 2nd to the 11th of August, 2019.

The opening round candidates are:

  • Kanon Aoki (Japan)
  • Carolina Blašković (Croatia)
  • Yuran Cai (China)
  • Hoàng Linh Cao (Vietnam)
  • Sara Dragan (Poland)
  • Petr Fedotov (Russia)
  • Khanh Van Hoang Ho (Vietnam)
  • Hyeon Hong (South Korea)
  • Zhenyi Jiang (China)
  • Meruert Karmenova (Kazakhstan)
  • Tze Siang Philip Jeremy Law (Malaysia)
  • Alayna Le-en Lee (Singapore)
  • Ruoyun Li (China)
  • Shiyu Lin (China)
  • Feodor Lyudevig (Russia)
  • Văn Trong Nguyễn (Vietnam)
  • Kyung Ah Oh (South Korea/United States)
  • Gang Hyeon Park (South Korea)
  • Seo Hyun Park (South Korea)
  • Yaegy Park (United States)
  • Đình Minh Pham (Vietnam)
  • Vũ An Pham (Vietnam)
  • Win Htike San (Myanmar)
  • Alexey Stychkin (Russia)
  • Samuel Tan (Singapore)
  • Ruslan Turuntayev (Kazakhstan)
  • Yulun Wu (China)
  • Chun Xi Xu (China)
  • Wanqing Zhu (China)

Open to international violinists under the age of 30, the 1st prize winner will receive US $8000.

The 2019 jury will comprise: Cong Duy Bui (President), Viktor Tretyakov (Chair), Stephanie Chase, Vilmos Szabadi, Kyung Sun Lee, Chen Xi, Cong Duy Bui, Chuong Vu, Lorenz Gamma and Gregory Lee.

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