Competition

IV Yankelevitch International
Violin Competition
The main prize of the IV Yankelevitch International Violin Competition is an antique violin made by Italian master Eugenio Degani in 1890.

The main prize picks for each contest, Honorary President of the Vladimir Spivakov personally. For the IV Yankelevitch International Violin Competition violin made in the nineteenth century was purchased from a French collector, expert Serge Boyer.

Eugenio Degani - luthier, the son and disciple of Domenico Degani. He has created his unique form of violin. Experimented with various woods, as achieving the perfect sound, and unique appearance of the instrument. The sound of the violins work Degani - clean, clear and has the same Italian shade, which is appreciated by connoisseurs.
Prize for the first age category from 9 to 15 years:

I place – award amounting to 50 000 rubles
II place – award amounting to 30 000 rubles
III place – award amounting to 18 000 rubles

The award for the second age category from 15 to 25 years

I place – a violin made by Eugenio Degani in Venice in 1890 and award amounting to 2 485 000 rubles
II place – award amounting to 300 000 rubles
III place – award amounting to 180 000 rubles

Besides the winners, the Jury shall nominate three talented participants in the first age group who will be given grants for the participation in the Contest (hereinafter – "the Grants") 10 000,00 rubles each.

Prizes

The main prize of the IV Yankelevitch International Violin Competition is an antique violin made by Italian master Eugenio Degani in 1890.

The main prize picks for each contest, Honorary President of the Vladimir Spivakov personally. For the IV Yankelevitch International Violin Competition violin made in the nineteenth century was purchased from a French collector, expert Serge Boyer.

Eugenio Degani - luthier, the son and disciple of Domenico Degani. He has created his unique form of violin. Experimented with various woods, as achieving the perfect sound, and unique appearance of the instrument. The sound of the violins work Degani - clean, clear and has the same Italian shade, which is appreciated by connoisseurs.
Prize for the first age category
from 9 to 15 years:

I place – award amounting to 50 000 rubles
II place – award amounting to 30 000 rubles
III place – award amounting to 18 000 rubles

The award for the second age category
from 15 to 25 years


I place – a violin made by Eugenio Degani in Venice in 1890 and award amounting to 2 485 000 rubles
II place – award amounting to 300 000 rubles
III place – award amounting to 180 000 rubles

Besides the winners, the Jury shall nominate three talented participants in the first age group who will be given grants for the participation in the Contest (hereinafter – "the Grants") 10 000,00 rubles each.

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