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Candidates Announced for Inaugural 2017 Bartok World Competition

The 65 opening round candidates for the 2017 inaugural Bartok World Competition & Festival – International Violin Competition have been announced

The 65 opening round candidates for the 2017 inaugural Bartok World Competition & Festival – International Violin Competition have today been announced – to be held in Budapest, Hungary from September 10th to 17th.

The 2017 competitors are:

  • Satoka Abo (Japan)
  • Heejeon Ahn (South Korea)
  • Nikita Akulov (Russia)
  • Takamori Arai (Japan)
  • Elvina Sung-Eun Auh (South Korea)
  • Joshua Brown (US)
  • Hannah Cho (US)
  • Maria Diatchenko (Italy)
  • Arianna Dotto (Italy)
  • Luosha Fang (China)
  • Maria Florea (Spain)
  • Akiyo Fujiwara (Japan)
  • Ioana Cristina Goicea (Romania)
  • Shucong He (China)
  • Ho Khanh Van Hoang (Vietnam)
  • Gabor Homoki (Hungary)
  • Mayuko Ishigami (Japan)
  • Anne-Marie Johnson (Australia)
  • Usha Kapor (US)
  • Tair Khisambeev (Russia)
  • Jiyoung Kim (South Korea)
  • Yoerae Kim (South Korea)
  • Chisa Kitagawa (Japan)
  • Alina Kobialka (US)
  • Nicolette Kocsardy (Hungary)
  • Marta Kowalczyk (Poland)
  • Bálint Kruppa (Hungary)
  • Ágnes Langer (Hungary)
  • Ju-Ni Lee (Switzerland)
  • Shannon Lee (US)
  • Young June Lee (South Korea)
  • Younghyun Lee (South Korea)
  • Francisco Lima Santos (Portugal)
  • Haoli Lin (China)
  • Alexandra Lomeiko (New Zealand)
  • Irène Martin (France)
  • Elias David Moncado (Germany)
  • Shoko Murakami (Japan)
  • Yayoi Nakajima (Japan)
  • László Nyári (Hungary)
  • Megumi Okaya (Japan)
  • Risako Oshima (Japan)
  • Eszter Osztrosits (Hungary)
  • Éva Osztrosits (Hungary)
  • Andrey Pashkevich (Russia)
  • Alfredo Reyes Logounova (Mexico)
  • Reika Sakamoto (Japan)
  • Arsenis Selalmazidis (Greece)
  • Shin Sihan (Holland)
  • Maria Slawek (Poland)
  • Dmitry Smirnov (Russia)
  • Cosima Soulez Lariviere (France)
  • Una Stanic (Croatia)
  • Louisa Staples (UK)
  • Naoko Tajima (Japan)
  • Ririko Takagi (Japan)
  • Anna Tanaka (Japan)
  • Mai Tategami (Japan)
  • Stephen Tavani`(US)
  • James Thompson (US)
  • Oszkár Varga (Hungary)
  • Eimi Wakui (Japan)
  • Minjia Xu (China)
  • Andi Zhang (China)
  • Galiya Zharova (Kazakhstan)

Open to candidates of any nationality aged 30 years or younger, the 1st prize winner will receive €22000 (US $24,000) – plus a number of important performance and recording opportunities.

The 2017 jury will comprise: Salvatore Accardo, Baráti Kristóf, Kelemen Barnabás, Qian Zhou, Takashi Shimizu, Joel Smirnoff, Szabadi Vilmos, Krzysztof Wegrzyn and Ivan Zenaty.

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