Continue to accept applications for participation in the IV Yankelevich International Violin Competition. Prestigious violin competition will be held in Omsk from April 24 to May 1 2018.
The participants will be awarded the III Yankelevich International Violin Competition - Sergey Dogadin (Russia).
In 2013, he learned about the Omsk contest from friends and decided to take part, to try his luck - to win an antique violin.
- Now I can already say that my hopes and expectations from the Omsk competition were justified 100%, - says Sergey Dogadin. - It should be noted the tremendous organization of the whole process, remarkable people from the organizing committee, who conducted the competition at a very high level. Omsk competition gave me one of the most essential elements for career development - a terrific tool! I played for many years on rented violins, and it was always accompanied by additional "paper" red tape, drawing up documents for rent, for exporting the instrument outside the country. This greatly distracts the musician. It is difficult to convey in words feelings and emotions when you have the opportunity to play your own high-end instrument. I think Omsk contest is unique in this respect. The tremendous initiative of maestro Spivakov, supported by the Governor of the Omsk region, about the transfer of the instrument to the property of the winner. I wholeheartedly wish the contest of long years of existence, so that as many talented violinists as possible can get a wonderful instrument.
Also Sergey Dogadin promised to be the most objective and fair member of the jury. He noted that it is important for him to hear the individuality in the performer. And if the contestant impresses with his sound output and attitude to the work, then you can close your eyes to small blots or inaccuracies.
Participants of the IV Yankelevich International Violin Competition Sergey Dogadin wished: "Try to reveal all your abilities during performance on the stage, to be most interesting for listeners and the jury, and, of course, to all great luck!".