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IV Yankelevitch International
Violin Competition
The first (younger) age category from 9 to 15 years
Laureates of 1 degree:
IV Yankelevitch International Violin Competition
The first (younger) age category from 9 to 15 years
Laureates of 1 degree:
IV Yankelevitch International Violin Competition
VARVARA AGAYEVA Russia
Moscow Secondary Special Music School (College) named after Gnesins Teacher: Krasko Yuliya Grigoryevna
WONG PUI YING Republic of China
Children's Choral and Performing Arts Centre, Hong Kong Teacher: Miss. Lo Kwok Yan
The first (younger) age category from 9 to 15 years
Laureates of the 2nd degree:
IV Yankelevitch International Violin Competition
The first (younger) age category from 9 to 15 years
Laureates of the 2nd degree:
IV Yankelevitch International Violin Competition
SOFIA KOLTAKOVA Russia
Children's Music School № 5, Barnaul Teacher: Chekanova Svetlana Anatolievna
STEFANIA POSPEKHINA Russia
Central Music School at the Moscow State Conservatory named after. P. I. Tchaikovsky Teacher: Rakhimova Ekaterina Anvarovna
The first (younger) age category from 9 to 15 years
Laureates of 3 degrees:
IV Yankelevitch International Violin Competition
The first (younger) age category from 9 to 15 years
Laureates of 3 degrees:
IV Yankelevitch International Violin Competition
ELIZAVETA NOVIKOVA Russia
Children's Art School № 1 namedafter Yu.I. Yankelevich, Omsk Teacher: Honored Artist of Russia Muralev Alexander Stepanovich
DARIA MANZA Russia
Children's Art School № 8, Krasnoyarsk Teacher: Honored Artist of Russia, Professor Benyomov Mikhail Iosifovich
The first (younger) age category from 9 to 15 years
Grants:
IV Yankelevitch International Violin Competition
The first (younger) age category from 9 to 15 years
Grants:
IV Yankelevitch International Violin Competition
ANASTASIA ZHUKOVA Russia
Children's Music School of the Kaliningrad Regional Music College named after S.V. Rachmaninov Teacher: Lysenko Svetlana Anatolievna
AMINA AKHMETZHANOVA The Republic of Kazakhstan
Music School at the Kazakhstan National University of Arts Teacher: Musahadzhayeva Raisa Kuzhabekovna
ANGELINA LOBKO Russia
Children's Art School of Ussuriysk urban district Teacher: Kopylova Galina Valerievna
The first (younger) age category from 9 to 15 years
Audience award:
IV Yankelevitch International Violin Competition
The first (younger) age category from 9 to 15 years
Audience award:
IV Yankelevitch International Violin Competition
DARIA MANZA Russia
Children's Art School № 8, Krasnoyarsk Teacher: Honored Artist of Russia, Professor Benyomov Mikhail Iosifovich
The second (senior) age category from 15 to 25 years
Laureates of 1 degrees:
IV Yankelevitch International Violin Competition
The second (senior) age category from 15 to 25 years
Laureates of 1 degrees:
IV Yankelevitch International Violin Competition
MARIA DUENAS Spain
University of Music and Performing Arts in Vienna(Austria) University of Music and Performing Arts Graz (Austria) Teacher: Professor Kuschnir Boris Isaakovich
The second (senior) age category from 15 to 25 years
Laureates of 2 degrees:
IV Yankelevitch International Violin Competition
The second (senior) age category from 15 to 25 years
Laureates of 2 degrees:
IV Yankelevitch International Violin Competition
FEDOR BEZNOSIKOV Russia
Post-graduate course at the Moscow State Conservatory named after P.I. Tchaikovsky Teacher: People's Artist of Russia, Professor Ivanov Vladimir Mikhailovich
The second (senior) age category from 15 to 25 years
Laureates of 3 degrees:
IV Yankelevitch International Violin Competition
The second (senior) age category from 15 to 25 years
Laureates of 3 degrees:
IV Yankelevitch International Violin Competition
WAKUI EIMI Japan
Universität Mozarteum (Salzburg,Austria) Teacher: Professor Pierre Amoyal
YUN TANG China
Universität Mozarteum (Salzburg, Austria) Teacher: Professor Pierre Amoyal
The second (senior) age category from 15 to 25 years
Audience award:
IV Yankelevitch International Violin Competition
The second (senior) age category from 15 to 25 years
Audience award:
IV Yankelevitch International Violin Competition
DMITRY BORODIN Russia
Moscow State Conservatory named after P. I. Tchaikovsky Teacher: People's Artist of Russia, Professor Bochkova Irina Vasilyevna
The second (senior) age category from 15 to 25 years
Best concertmaster of the competition:
IV Yankelevitch International Violin Competition
The second (senior) age category from 15 to 25 years
Best concertmaster of the competition:
IV Yankelevitch International Violin Competition
EVGENIY SINAJSKY Россия

For a whole week, Omsk has turned into a center for violin art, bringing together young violinists from many countries - those who take the baton of music from older musicians and will shape musical art in the twenty-first century

The main prize - the violin of the Italian master Eugenio Degani in 1890

Honorary President of the contest Vladimir Spivakov together with the jury will present the honored awards to the laureates

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Vladimir Spivakov
Dear friends!

All that was touched by the soul and heart of Yuri Isaevich Yankelevich acquired the right to a happy fate. The International Violin Competition, bearing his name, is gathering talented musicians from all corners of the Earth for a creative competition for the fourth time. The work of the great violinist and Teacher is continued by his students and fellow teachers.

It is gratifying that over the past years, with the support of the Government of Omsk Region, the organizers has managed to turn this music forum into one of the most representative event in Russia.

To the participants of the Competition I'd like to say: creativity requires from a person a full dedication, hard work and commitment. Every talent must be ready for testing. Do not give up, do not be afraid of difficulties, and then all your dreams will be fulfilled!
I know that Siberia will welcome you with hospitality and warmth, and you will always cherish the memory of this time.

I wish you inspiration, inexhaustible energy, faith in yourself, good luck, new victories and discoveries, and I wish guests and spectators bright meetings with art and unforgettable impressions.

Please accept my warmest congratulations and wishes of success!

Yours sincerely,
Vladimir Spivakov
Pierre Amoyal
In the world of music, the name of Yuri Yankelevitch is a symbol of exceptional success for the Russian School of violin playing.

Thanks to his unique sense of pedagogy and his passion to the art, a great number of exceptional musicians succeeded in their career.

It is interesting to remember that Yuri Yankelevitch studied in St. Petersburg with Alexander Nalbandian, professor of my teacher Jascha Heifetz, before he studied with Leopold Auer.
It is a great honour for me to join the prestigious Jury of the Yankelevitch Competition, the idea of Maestro Spivakov to promote such an event in the home town of this great Master gives a fantastic opportunity for young violinists to meet and compare themselves in Omsk, Siberia, the heart of Russia.

This exciting event will bring high level performances to the music lovers of Omsk, will give them a chance to discover the new generation of great artists.

I am sure that this competition will give all participants a chance to show their talent in a warm, friendly and noble atmosphere, no doubt that it will inspire all of us to pursue our research for beauty in the wonderful and mysterious world of music.

Pierre Amoyal
Andrey Ustinov
Dear colleagues!
Dear friends!

Congratulations on the beginning of the contest!

For the fourth time Omsk takes one of the most prestigious competitions of young violinists. Over the years, the competition has taken one of the most honorable places on the Russian musical map, won absolute authority throughout the world. This is evidenced by the broad geography of the participants, and the fact that representatives of different countries and continents became laureates: Russia, Belarus, Hungary, Italy, Kazakhstan, Canada, China, Korea, USA, Uzbekistan, Ukraine, France and Japan.

Professor of the Moscow Conservatory Yuri Isaevich Yankelevich, whose name is the Competition, founded a famous violin school, brought up a galaxy of outstanding performers. The traditions of the great teacher continue today. And the contest in Omsk is a vivid confirmation of this.

We do not doubt that the current competition, like all the previous ones, will become a bright event in the world of violin art and will open new names of talented musicians.

We wish inspiration and luck to the organizers and participants of the contest, and to all listeners - great joy from the meeting with the Music!

Andrey Ustinov
Chairman of the Council of the Association of Music Competitions,
chief editor of the newspaper "Musical Review"
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