Zakhar Bron students take top prizes at 2019 Novosibirsk.
In 2016 Elmar announced the creation of the Elmar Oliveira International Violin Competition for violinists between the ages of 16-32 which offers critical career support as well as cash prizes. The Inaugural competition took place at the Lynn Conservatory of Music, where Elmar Oliveira is Distinguished Artist-in-Residence. The next competition will be held in January 2020. Alexei Shalashov.
Linus Roth has been awarded several prizes, including 1st prize at the International Violin Competition Novosibirsk in 1995, 2nd prize at the International Music Competition “Joseph Szigeti” in 1997, and 1st prize at the German Music Competition, combined with the Special Prize of the Schumannhouse Bonn in 2003 for the best interpretation of a work by Schumann.
Alissa Margulis is a prize winner of many international music competitions such as the Viotti Vercelli Competition in Italy, the Wieniawski Competition in Poland, the Novosibirsk Violin Competition, the Osaka Chamber Music Competition, the UNISA String Competition in Pretoria, the Vittorio Gui Competition in Florence or the Andrea Postacchini.
VIOLIN 2019. Results for VIOLIN 2019. I would like to congratulate you on your successful participation in this year’s competition, and on the awards you’ve won! It is wonderful to know that every year the number of contestants increases. Even more importantly, this year the competition was fiercer than ever, making your prizes that more meaningful. We had competitors from many different.
Georgy Vasilenko is an internationally distinguished violinist from Novosibirsk, Russia. Since winning First Prize at the Szymanowski International Violin Competition, Poland in 1997, he has developed his career as soloist, chamber musician, conductor and teacher, performing and teaching worldwide.
Studied at the Murov Novosibirsk Music College. At present he is a fourth-year student at the Moscow Conservatory studying under Prof. Eduard Grach. In 2012 he won the Grand Prix at the 4th International Violin Competition in Astana (Kazakhstan). In 2014 he was a prize winner at the International Eduard Grach Violin Competition in Dubna and won second prize at the 2nd Russian National Music.
Other competition successes include First Prize at the Zakhar Bron International Violin Competition in Novosibirsk, Russia (1995), First Prize at the Demidov International Violin Competition in Ekaterinburg, Russia (1993), and First Prize at the Vietnamese National Music Competition “Autumn” in Hanoi (1990). Mr. Duy has served as a jury member at the Tchaikovsky International Competitions.