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Eerste prijs - Grote internationale prijs Koningin Elisabeth
Yayoi Toda startte met viool als kleuter van 4. Na haar studies aan de Toho Gakuen School, vervolmaakte ze zich in Amsterdam aan de Sweelinck Academie. Ze studeerde ondermeer bij Toshiya Eto, Herman Krebbers en Charles-André Linale. Haar overwinning in 1993 op de Koningin Elisabethwedstrijd leidde haar naar de internationale muziekpodia. In 1996 ontving Yayoi Toda de Dorothy DeLay Scholarship, waarna ze debuteerde in New York. Ze concerteerde met orkesten als het London Philharmonic Orchestra, New York Chamber Orchestra, de Filharmonie van Moskou, het orkest van de Beethovenhalle, de Filharmonie van Helsinki, de Singapore Symphony, Residentie Orkest, Academy of St Martin-in-the-Fields, Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen en veel van Japans meest vooraanstaande ensembles. Ze werkte hiervoor samen met artiesten als Seiji Ozawa, Yuri Simonov, Jean Fournet, Gary Bertini, Kenichiro Kobayashi, Stanislav Bunin, Peter Eötvös, Shlomo Mintz, Jean-Jacques Kantorow en Alexander Schneider. In recital treedt ze ondermeer op met pianisten als Frank Braley en Abdel Rahman El Bacha. Bij het Japanse label Ongaku-no-Tomo maakte ze opnames met de werken voor viool solo van Enescu en Bach. Yayoi Toda bespeelt de “Pietro Guarneri (1740)” viool.
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Tweede prijs
Born in Craiova, Romania, Liviu Prunaru studied at the Menuhin Academy of Gstaad, Switzerland and completed his professional studies at The Juilliard School where he was an assistant to Dorothy DeLay and actively participated in master classes with Itzhak Perlman. Currently a professor at and artistic director of the Menuhin Academy in Switzerland, he performs on a 1676 Guarneri violin graciously loaned to him by Professor M. Muller. Liviu Prunaru has performed recitals in many of the world's major cultural centres and has been a featured soloist with orchestras including the Royal Philharmonic, the London Symphony, Belgium National Orchestra, Bucharest Radio-Symphony, and the Puchon Philharmonic in Korea, among others. His work has also been in demand at renowned festivals including the Menuhin, Brussels, Buenos Aires, Evian, Athens, and Salzburg festivals. Liviu Prunaru can be heard on CD with Camerata Lysy, as well as his own debut CD released by Pavane Records. He recently released a disc on the Swiss label Claves which includes the three violin concertos by Camille Saint-Saëns, accompanied by the Ensemble Orchestral de Paris, directed by Lawrence Foster. Violinist Liviu Prunaru gained international recognition through his participation at several prestigious violin competitions winning Gold Medals at the Dong-A competition in Korea, the Rodolfo Lipizer in Italy, and the R. Molinari Violin Competition in Switzerland, in addition to a Silver Medal at the Queen Elizabeth in Brussels and at the 1998 International Violin Competition of Indianapolis. After capturing First Grand Prizes at the E. Nakamichi Wieniawski Violin Competition and the Juilliard Mendelssohn Competition, Liviu Prunaru made his New York City debut in 1999 with the Juilliard Symphony at Alice Tully Hall. He is konzertmeister of the Koninklijk Concertgebouworkest since 2006.
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Derde prijs
A native of Taiwan, Keng-Yuen Tseng began studying the violin at the age of five and made his performing debut at the age of seven. Upon his arrival in the United States in 1980, Mr. Tseng was awarded a full scholarship to the Manhattan School of Music, where he studied with Erick Friedman and Glenn Dicterow. Keng-Yuen Tseng has won numerous top prizes at national and international competitions, both in the United States and abroad. In 1990, he received the award for best interpretation of a new composition at the Tchaikovsky International Competition in Moscow, and three years later, he won Second Prize at the 1993 Queen Elisabeth Competition. He has received prizes at the North Carolina and New Jersey Symphony Artist Competitions and the Washington International String Competition, among others. Keng-Yuen Tseng has performed in recital and as a concerto soloist throughout the United States, Europe, Central and South America, and the Far East. Orchestras with which he has appeared as soloist include the National Orchestra of Belgium, the Royal Flemish Philharmonic, the Ensemble Orchestral de Paris, the Simon Bolivar Orquesta Sinfonica, the Tbilisi Symphony Orchestra, the Evergreen Symphony Orchestra, the Taiwan Symphony, and the National Symphony Orchestra in Taiwan, among others. He has appeared at prestigious venues such as the Carnegie Hall, the Kennedy Center in Washington D.C., the Palais des Beaux-Arts in Belgium, and the Theatre Des Champs-Elysées in Paris. His 1995 performance in Beijing was televised throughout China. A dedicated teacher, Keng-Yuen Tseng is currently teaching and serving as Chair in Strings at Peabody Institute of the John Hopkins University, as well as Chair in Strings, Yong Siew Toh Music Conservatory, NUS, at the Peabody Institute. He travels to Taiwan several times each year, where he conducts masterclasses, seminars, and mentors a growing list of prizewinning students. In addition, Keng-Yuen Tseng serves as the Artistic Director of Shuan Yin International Music Festival and is a recording artist under Dynamic and SYArts labels.
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Vierde prijs
De Canadese violist Martin Beaver was van 2002 tot 2012 lid van het Tokyo String Quartet. Daarnaast voerde zijn solocarrière hem naar alle uithoeken van de wereld - ondermeer met het San Francisco Symphony Orchestra, het Toronto Symphony Orchestra, het Orchestre Philharmonique Royal de Liège en het Sapporo Symphony Orchestra -, onder leiding van dirigenten als Kazuyoshi Akiyama, Raymond Leppard, Gilbert Varga en Yannick Nézet-Séguin. Op het vlak van kamermuziek deelde hij ook het podium met Leon Fleisher, Pinchas Zukerman, Lynn Harrell, Sabine Meyer en Yefim Bronfman. Martin Beaver studeerde bij Claude Letourneau, Carlisle Wilson, Victor Danchenko, Josef Gingold en Henryk Szeryng. Hij was in 1993 laureaat van de Koningin Elisabethwedstrijd en won ook prijzen op de internationale concoursen van Indianapolis en Montreal. Hij maakte diverse opnames voor René Gailly, Naim Audio, Naxos, Biddulph, Toccata Classics, SM 5000 en Harmonia Mundi. Hij zetelde in jury’s van verschillende wedstrijden zoals de Koningin Elisabethwedstrijd, maar ook de concoursen van Montreal, Osaka en Melbourne. Martin Beaver gaf onder meer les aan het Peabody Conservatory en aan de New York University, en hij was artist-in-residence aan de Yale School of Music, waar hij de Sanford-medaille ontving. Hij is nu docent aan het Colburn Conservatory of Music in Los Angeles.
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Vijfde prijs
Natalia Prischepenko werd geboren in een muzikale familie in Siberië. Vanaf haar 7de kreeg ze vioolles van haar moeder, tot op vandaag haar belangrijkste adviseur. In 1989 begon ze les te volgen aan de Musikhochschule van Lübeck, waar ze afstudeerde bij David Geringas. In 1990 won ze het Paganiniconcours in Genua en in 1992 de vioolwedstrijd van Tokio. Een jaar later werd ze laureate van de Koningin Elisabethwedstrijd. Door haar ontmoetingen met artiesten als W. Levin, A. Brendel, de leden van het Juilliard String Quartet, het Alban Bergkwartet of het Emersonkwartet ontdekte ze de wereld van de kamermuziek. Van 1994 tot 2012 maakte ze deel uit van het wereldberoemde Artemiskwartet, met wie ze de ARD- en de Paolo Borcianiwedstrijden won en van wie de opname van de kwartetten van Beethoven de Grote Prijs van de Charles Cros Academie kreeg. Natalia Prischepenko koestert ook de kennis die ze opdeed door haar contacten met componisten als G. Kurtág, J. Widmann, L. Nono en G. Ligeti, of artiesten zoals S. Meyer, E. Leonskaja, J. Banse, L.O. Andsnes, T. Mørk, T. Kakuska en V. Erben. Ze is professor aan de Hochschule für Musik in Dresden en geeft regelmatig master classes. Van haar vele opnames voor Virgin Classics/EMI werden er een aantal beloond met een Gramophone Award, een Diapason d’Or of een ECHO Klassik.
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Zesde prijs
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Zevende prijs
Bin Huang endeared herself to the musical world when at age fourteen she won the Junior Wieniawski International Violin Competition in Lublin, Poland, sharing First Prize with Maxim Vengerov. She has maintained international prominence, winning both the Paganini International Violin Competition in Genoa, Italy in 1994, and the Munich (ARD) International Music Competition in 1999. Besides, she is also a laureate in other world’s most prestigious competitions including the Queen Elisabeth, Prague Spring, Indianapolis, Tchaikovsky, Marguerite-Long Thibaud and Hanover International Violin Competitions. Bin Huang’s concert career has taken her throughout the world, performing with leading orchestras such as the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra, Czech Philharmonic Orchestra, French National Symphony Orchestra, Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra, Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, Korean Broadcasting System Symphony Orchestra; Orchestras in South Africa, Egypt Japan, etc and appearing at important concert venues such as the Kennedy Center, Lincoln Center, Palais Des Beaux-Arts in Brussels, Opera City in Tokyo, Great Hall of Moscow Conservatory, and the People’s Great Hall and National Grand Theater in Beijing. In the 2008-2009 season Bin Huang gave the world premiere of Robert Gauldin Violin Concerto, which is dedicated to her, with the Peterborough Symphony Orchestra in Canada. She was also invited by the China National Grand Theater to perform in the Ten Most Celebrated Violinists series. As an active chamber musician, Bin Huang has played in the Marlboro Music Festival, where she performed with members of the Beaux-Arts Trio and the Juilliard and Guarneri String Quartet. She is a member of Fideo Trio which has performed in the United States, Italy, and Canada. Bin Huang has given master classes in Louisiana State University, Biola University, the universities of Dayton, Nebraska, and Southern Utah, and the Shanghai, Xinghai, Tianjin, Sichuan conservatories in China. Bin Huang’s live recording of the Beethoven Violin Concerto on Paganini’s own violin, the “Cannon,” is the only existing live recording captured with that legendary instrument. Her CD Baroque Violin Favorite on the Naxos Label was given the editor’s choice in the American Record Guide (2003). Bin Huang began her violin studies at age four in China, and entered the Central Conservatory of Music in Beijing at age nine. After graduating from its high school, she went to the United States to continue her music study. She holds degrees from the Peabody Conservatory of Music (BMA and Artist Diploma) and the Eastman School of Music (MMA and DMA) where her principal teachers were Berl Senofsky and Zvi Zeitlin. Her other major teachers include Shumin Guo, Zhilong Wang, Igor Ozim, Dorothy DeLay, Hyo Kang, and Gennady Kleyman. She has been a jury member in the 12th International Violin Making Competition in Cremona and a jury member in the 53rd Paganini International Violin Competition in Genoa, Italy in 2010.
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Achtste prijs
Als prijswinnaar van drie van de meest prestigieuze internationale vioolwedstrijden - het Tsjaikovskiconcours in Moskou, de Koningin Elisabethwedstrijd en de wedstrijd van Indianapolis - werd Marco Rizzi al snel erkend als een van de meest interessante jonge violisten van zijn generatie. Op aanbeveling van Claudio Abbado werd hij bekroond met de Europäischer Musikförderpreis. Hij wordt regelmatig uitgenodigd in toonaangevende concertzalen doorheen Europa om te werken met gerenommeerde orkesten en gereputeerde dirigenten. Door zijn interesse in een ongewoon repertoire vertolkt hij heel vaak onbekende meesterwerken alsook 20e-eeuwse Italiaanse sonates en concerti, die bijzonder geliefd worden door de muziekcritici. Vanaf 1999 wijdde Marco Rizzi zich steeds intensiever aan het onderwijs, in het bijzonder aan het hoofd van een internationale klas aan de Hochschule für Musik in Detmold. In oktober 2008 werd hij benoemd aan de Hochschule für Musik in Mannheim en sinds september 2007 is hij hoogleraar aan de Escuela Superior de Música Reina Sofía in Madrid. Sommigen van zijn studenten hebben prijzen gewonnen op belangrijke internationale wedstrijden. Hij doet ook regelmatig dienst als jurylid in een aantal van de meest prestigieuze vioolwedstrijden, zoals de Joseph Joachimwedstrijd in Hannover of het Paganiniconcours in Genua. Marco Rizzi bespeelt de Guarneri ‘Baron Knoop’ (1743), eigendom van de Stichting ‘Il Canale’ ONLUS.
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Negende prijs
Born to Croatian-Japanese parents in Germany, violinist Latica Honda-Rosenberg came to international attention after winning the silver medal at the 1998 Tchaikovsky Competition in Moscow. She started her development as a violinist at an early age and soon began studying with the great Hungarian violin virtuoso Tibor Varga. Starting in 1991, she spent three years studying with Zakhar Bron at the Lübeck Musikhochschule and received her concert degree with special mention. In demand as a soloist, recitalist and chamber musician, Latica Honda-Rosenberg has performed with the German Symphony Orchestra Berlin, the Radio Orchestras Leipzig, Cologne and Hanover, the Beethovenhalle Orchestra Bonn, the Prague and the Zurich Chamber Orchestras, the Amadeus Chamber Orchestra, the Russian State Orchestra, the Tokyo Symphony Orchestra, the Czech Philharmonic in Prague, the Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra, the WDR-Radio-Orchestra-Cologne, Salzburg Chamber Orchestra and others. She has been invited to the festivals of Schleswig-Holstein, Rheingau, Schwetzingen, Gstaad, Salzburg and Kuhmo. In 2011 she founded the Joachim Quartett Berlin with Viviane Hagner, Hartmut Rohde and Jens Peter Maintz. Latica Honda-Rosenberg has made numerous radio and TV appearances throughout Europe, the USA and Israel. She records for the Oehms Classics label and is a professor at the Universität der Künste Berlin.
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Tiende prijs
Violinist Kyung Sun Lee captured sixth prize in the 1994 Tchaikowsky Competition, first prizes of the Washington and D'Angelo International Competitions and third prize in the Montreal International Competition, where she also won the Audience Favorite and the Best Performance of the Commissioned Work prizes. Subsequent to winning these awards she has enjoyed ever-increasing popularity as a performer. For years a highly sought after teacher in Seoul, Kyung Sun Lee became Assistant Professor of Violin at the Oberlin Conservatory in the fall of 2001, and then Associate Professor of Violin at University of Houston (Moores School of Music) in the fall of 2006. She has taught at the Aspen Music Festival, and has also been involved with the Seattle and Green Mountain Chamber Music Festivals, the Euroart Chamber Music Festival in Leipzig, as well as numerous festivals in Korea. She is a former member of the acclaimed KumHo/Asiana String Quartet of Korea, with whom she performed worldwide. In addition to her busy international performing career, in recent years she has been in some demand as a judge of violin competitions. Kyung Sun Lee has recorded two CDs with pianist/husband Brian Suits, "Salut d'Amour" with pianist HaeSun Paik on EMI, several recordings with KumHo/Asiana String Quartet, and "Spanish Heart" with German pianist Peter Schindler and guitarist Sung-Ho Chang on Good International. An album with cellist Tilmann Wick was released in 2004 on Audite Records. Kyung Sun Lee studied at Seoul National University, Peabody Conservatory and The Juilliard School. Her teachers have included Nam Yun Kim, Sylvia Rosenberg, Robert Mann, Dorothy Delay and Hyo Kang.
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