Participants

V Yankelevitch International
Violin Competition
9 - 15 years
15 - 25 years
The first (younger) age category
from 9 to 15 years:
ALEXANDRA ZAKHAROVA
25.08.2010
Russia
Municipal autonomous institution of culture of additional education "Children's Music School No. 11 named after M.A. Balakirev"
Teacher: Olga Zvorygina

She was born in Yekaterinburg.
She started learning to play the violin at the age of 4. Now she is studying in the 5th grade of DMSH.

Progress:
  • VII International Competition "Young Mozart", Yekaterinburg, 2018 (I degree laureate)
  • International Festival-competition "Yuzhnouralsk- Salzburg", Yuzhnouralsk- Salzburg, 2018 (I degree laureate)
  • Open Moscow interregional competition of musicians "Islamey", Moscow, 2018 (winner of the I degree)
  • VI Open competition of performers on string instruments named after M.G. Fine, Ufa, 2020 (Grand Prix)
  • II International competition "Universe of Music", Moscow, 2020 (winner of the I degree)
The program to be performed in the 1st round:
  • I. S. Bach. Allemande and Courante from Partita for Violin No. 2 in D Minor, BWV 1004
  • Venyavsky. Etude-caprice No. 3, Op. 18
  • by F. Veracini. Allegro
The program to be performed in the 2nd round:
  • A. Alexandrov. "Aria"
  • by G. Venyavsky. Concert for the creak
    ANGELINA LOBKO
    10.08.2007
    Russia
    MBUDO "Children's Art School of the Ussuri city district"
    Teacher: Galina Kopylova

    She was born and lives in Primorsky Krai.
    A regular participant of concerts and a scholarship holder of the V. Spivakov International Charitable Foundation. She performed with the All-Russian Youth Symphony Orchestra conducted by Yuri Bashmet on the Primorsky stage of the Mariinsky Theater. She was selected for the orchestra as an intern in 2018 and 2020-2022 . Angelina is a graduate of the All-Russian Educational Center "Sirius", 2021. Participant of master classes Z. Brona, M. Vengerova, T. Samuel, M. Hartvanga, A. Bushkova, A. Revich, A. Trostyansky, A. Vinnitsky. She took part in the XV Winter International Yuri Bashmet Art Festival and the VII International Music Academy.

    Achievements:
    • IV International Violin Competition named after Yu.I. Yankelevich, Omsk, 2018 (scholarship diploma)
    • VI Open All-Russian competition of young performers on string-bowed instruments "Merzlyakovka invites friends", Moscow, 2018 (III prize)
    • XX International Television competition of young musicians "The Nutcracker", 2019 (special prize Z. Brona: master classes in Interlaken, Switzerland)
    • II All-Russian Internet contest "Musical Talents of Russia", Moscow (I prize)
    • International Competition-Festival "Nouvelles Etoiles" online, Paris, 2021 (Grand Prix)
    • International Competition "Moscow Frontier" (Grand Prix)
    • I International Online Classical Music Competition "VIVA-MUSIC ALL WORLD", New York, 2022 (Grand Prix, participation in the concert of the laureates at Carnegie Hall)
    The program to be performed in the 1st round:
    • I. S. Bach. Sarabande and Giga from Partita for Violin No. 2 in D Minor, BWV 1004
    • N. Paganini. Caprice No. 17, Op. 1
    • K. Saint-Saens. Introduction and Rondo capriccioso for violin and orchestra, Op. 28
    The program to be performed in the 2nd round:
    • A. Alexandrov. "Aria"
    • by E. Lalo. Spanish Symphony for Violin and Orchestra, Op. 21 (part I)
      Andrey Pokhlebaev
      08.08.2006
      Russia
      Children's Music School of the Academic Music College at the Tchaikovsky Moscow State Conservatory
      Teacher: People's Artist of Russia, Professor Vladimir Ivanov

      Born in Chelyabinsk.
      Fellow of the Vladimir Spivakov Foundation (2021). Participant of the XVIII International Festival "Moscow Meets Friends" of the Vladimir Spivakov International Charitable Foundation (2021)

      Progress:
      • International Competition "Little Mozart", St. Petersburg, 2015 (Grand Prix)
      • VI International Festival "Denis Matsuev presents" of the Interregional Charitable Foundation "New Names", Chelyabinsk, 2017 (I prize)
      • XV International Classical Music Competition VIVA-MUSIC, Moscow, 2020 (Grand Prix)
      • IV Open All-Russian Violin Competition named after G. S. Turchaninova, Novomoskovsk, 2021 (I prize)
      • I International Online Instrumental Performance Competition named after Eva, Joseph and Semyon Koganov, Kazakhstan, 2021 (II prize)
      The program to be performed in the 1st round:
      • I. S. Bach. Violin Sonata No. 1 in G minor, BWV 1001 (hh. III, IV)
      • by N. Paganini. Caprice No. 20
      • G. Venyavsky. Concert Polonaise for Violin and Piano No. 1 in D major, Op.4
      The program to be performed in the 2nd round:
      • A. Alexandrov. "Aria"
      • by E. Lalo. Spanish Symphony for Violin and Orchestra, Op. 21 (part I)
      Anisya Gorobets
      27.06.2008
      Donetsk People's Republic
      Donetsk Special Music School for gifted children
      Teacher: Inna Voznyuk

      Born in Donetsk, she started learning to play the violin at the age of 5.
      Since the age of 6 - solo performances with the Symphony and Chamber orchestra of the Donbass Opera, with the Symphony Orchestra of the Donetsk State Philharmonic.

      Progress:
      • III International Competition of Young Performers on stringed Instruments named after M.M. Berlyanchik, Magnitogorsk, 2021 (winner of the I degree)
      • XI International Competition of Violinists named after M. Erdenko, Belgorod, 2019 (winner of the II degree)
      • XIX International Festival-competition of young performers "Crimean Spring - 2021", Yalta (winner of the I degrees)
      The program to be performed in the 1st round:
      • I.S. Bach. Lour and Gavotte from Partita for Violin No. 3 in E major, BWV 1006
      • N. Paganini. Caprice No. 22
      • F. Kreisler. "Chinese tambourine"
      The program to be performed in the 2nd round:
      • A. Alexandrov. "Aria"
      • by K. Saint-Saens. Violin Concerto No. 3 in B minor, Op.61 (part I)
        Gleb Proshutinsky
        08.09.2006
        Russia
        Central Music School at the Tchaikovsky Moscow State Conservatory
        Teacher: Zaure Zharova

        He was born in Ruza, Moscow region.
        Since 2013 - soloist of the ensemble "Telemann Consort Moscow". In 2015 and 2016, he performed in the author's concerts of the famous Swiss composer, oboist and conductor Heinz Holliger as part of the IV and V Moscow International Chamber Music Festival "Window to Switzerland". He performs solo concerts in Russia (Moscow, St. Petersburg), Montenegro, Germany, Switzerland, Spain, Latvia.
        Gleb participated in master classes by A. Vinnitsky, I. Pikaisen, M. Kugel, M. Fedotov, L. Ambartsumyan, A. Lundin. In 2019, he was twice a participant in the programs of the All-Russian Educational Center "Sirius" (Sochi).

        Progress:
        • IX Moscow Open Festival-competition of young performers of ancient music named after Leopold Mozart, 2016 (III prize)
        • International Competition "Nights in Madrid", Spain, 2019 (II prize)
        • V International Competition "Alion Baltic", Riga, Latvia, 2019 (I prize)
        • Moscow International Online Music Competition IMMC, 2020 (II prize)
        • VII International Violin Competition. Leopold Auer, St. Petersburg, 2020 (II prize)
        • IV All-Russian Violin Competition named after G. S. Turchaninova, Novomoskovsk, 2021 (I prize)
        The program to be performed in the 1st round:
        • I. S. Bach. Allemande and Courante from the Partita for Solo Violin No. 2 in D Minor, BWV 1004
        • N. Paganini. Caprice No. 5
        • M. de Falla. Spanish dance
        The program to be performed in the 2nd round:
        • A. Alexandrov. "Aria"
        • by A. Khachaturian. Concerto for Violin and Orchestra in D Minor (part I)
          Eva Plakun
          27.01.2011
          Russia
          GBOUDO "Sevastopol Music School No. 1 named after N.A. Rimsky-Korsakov"
          Teacher: Larisa Denisova

          Eva studies in the 5th grade of the N. A. Rimsky-Korsakov Sevastopol Music School No. 1.
          He takes an active part in concerts of the Sevastopol State Symphony Orchestra conducted by the Honored Worker of Culture of Russia, Honored Artist of Ukraine, laureate of the Crimea Vladimir Kim. He is a regular participant in the program "Children's Philharmonic on the YBK" (Yalta). In 2020. Eva took part in the concert of the laureates of the All-Russian Open Competition-Festival of Performing Arts named after M. M. Ippolitov-Ivanov at the Zaryadye Concert Hall, Moscow. In 2021, she took part in the concert of the XVIII International Festival "Moscow Meets Friends", which is held by the Vladimir Spivakov International Charitable Foundation.

          Progress:
          • All-Russian Open Competition-Festival of Performing Arts named after M.M. Ippolitov-Ivanov, Moscow, 2020 (I prize)
          • All-Russian Open Competition of violinists named after G.S. Turchaninova, Novomoskovsk, 2021 (I prize, special jury prize "Hope")
          • The First International Competition of performers on stringed instruments named after Rudolf Barshay, 2021
          • VII International online contest "The Magic of Sound", Moscow, 2021 (I prize)
          • Crimean Republican contest "Young Virtuoso", Simferopol, 2021 (I prize)
          The program to be performed in the 1st round:
          • I.S. Bach. Allemande and Courante from the Partita for Solo Violin No. 2 in D Minor, BWV 1004
          • G. Venyavsky. Etude-caprice No. 4, Op. 18
          • by A. Vietan. "Rondino", Op. 32, No. 2
          The program to be performed in the 2nd round:
          • A. Alexandrov. "Aria"
          • by F. Mendelssohn. Concerto for Violin and Orchestra in E minor, Op. 64 (II, III hh.)
          Euphrosyne Tretyakova
          19.10.2009
          Russia
          TSMSH at MGK named after P. I. Tchaikovsky
          Teacher: Zaure Zharova

          She was born in Moscow in a family of art critics.
          She started playing the violin at the age of 3.

          Progress:
          • International Competition of performers "Silver tuning fork", St. Petersburg, 2016 (winner)
          • VI International competition "Vocation-musician", Moscow, 2017 (I prize)
          • International Competition "Art forum", Moscow, 2018 (I prize)
          • International Competition "Musical Diamond", Moscow, 2018 (II prize)
          • The second Internet contest "Musical talents of Russia", 2020 (I prize)
          • X International Open Festival-competition of young musicians "Vivat Musica!", Moscow, 2021 (winner)
          • All-Russian Open Competition named after G. S. Turchaninova, Novomoskovsk, 2021 (winner)
          • O. Reading International Violin Competition, Celje, Slovenia 2021 (winner)
          • VI International Performing Arts Competition "Music prospect", Moscow, 2022 (winner)
          • Euphrosyne participated three times in the master classes "New virtuosi" in London and on Jersey (Great Britain).
          • She has also repeatedly participated in the project "Young Talents of Russia", appearing on stage with the Moscow Chamber Orchestra "Seasons".
          The program to be performed in the 1st round:
          • I. S. Bach. Burre and Giga from the Partita for Solo Violin No. 3 in E Major, BWV 1006
          • N. Paganini. Caprice No. 20
          • P. I. Tchaikovsky. Russian dance from the ballet "Swan Lake"
          The program to be performed in the 2nd round:
          • A. Alexandrov. "Aria"
          • by G. Venyavsky. Violin Concerto No. 2 in D minor, Op. 22 (hh. II, III)
            Ivan Tereshchenko
            14.09.2006
            Russia
            M. M. Ippolitov State Medical University (preparatory courses)
            Professor Valery Iosifovich Vorona

            Born in Rostov-on-Don.
            He started playing the violin at the age of 6. He has an active concert activity: he performs solo and with a symphony orchestra in the halls of the Tchaikovsky Moscow Conservatory, the Moscow International House of Music, the Pavel Slobodkin Center. Ivan is a participant of master classes: P. Vernikov, P. Berman, S. Makarova, T. Samuel, A. Kandinskaya, A. Bruni, Yu. Mayboroda, N. Sachenko, G. Murzha.

            Achievements:
            • In 2020-2021:
            • I International online creative Competition "Pokrova-on-Neva-2020" (Grand Prix)
            • International Competition "Stars of Salzburg" (I prize)
            • International competition "World Art Games" (I prize)
            • IV International R. M. Glier Competition (I Prize)
            • Rudolf Barshay International String Instrument Competition (I Prize)
            • Laureate of the Moscow Government Prize
            The program to be performed in the 1st round:
            • I. S. Bach. Adagio and Fugue from Solo Violin Sonata No. 1 in G Minor, BWV 1001
            • N. Paganini. Caprice No. 9
            • P. I. Tchaikovsky. Waltz-scherzo, Op. 34
            The program to be performed in the 2nd round:
            • A. Alexandrov. "Aria"
            • by G. Venyavsky. Violin Concerto No. 1 in F-sharp minor, Op. 14 (Part I)
              Maria Ostromogilskaya
              10.04.2008
              Russia
              GMPI im. Ippolitova-Ivanova, a student of preparatory courses
              Teacher: Professor Valery Vorona

              Born in Moscow.
              He composes music for violin, piano, chamber orchestra, disclavier, writes orchestral arrangements, participates in festivals and concerts. Accompanies festive divine services in the Lutheran Church, performing works by J. S. Bach. In 2020-21: won a grant to study in Switzerland, received an invitation to audition for the youth orchestra of Baroque music in Stuttgart, Germany.

              Progress:
              • International online Classical Music Competition "VIVA-MUSIC ALL WORLD", (I prize)
              • VI International Olympiad "Music is my Soul": composition (I prize), arrangement (I prize)
              • International competition "D-competition": composition for disklavir (III prize)
              • International Competition of Instrumental Performance on Stringed Instruments Divertimento, 2021 (I prize)
              • Sempre Concept International Festival-Competition (I Prize), 2020
              • IX International Chamber Music Festival "Winterreise-Winter Way", 2021-2022
              The program to be performed in the 1st round:
              • I. S. Bach. Sarabande and Giga from Partita for Violin No. 2 in D Minor, BWV 1004
              • N. Paganini. Caprice No. 19
              • P. I. Tchaikovsky. Scherzo for violin and piano, Op. 42
              The program to be performed in the 2nd round:
              • A. Alexandrov. "Aria"
              • by F. Mendelssohn. Concerto for Violin and Orchestra in E minor, Op. 64 (II, III hh.)
              Nadezhda Taradaeva
              12.02.2010
              Russia
              Federal State Budgetary Educational Institution
              of Secondary Vocational Education
              "Novosibirsk Special Music School"
              Teacher: Honored Artist of the Russian Federation, Professor Elena Baskina

              She was born in Krasnoyarsk.
              He has been studying music since he was 6 years old. In 2016-2021, she studied at the DMSH No. 10. Krasnoyarsk, in September 2021, she began studying at the NSMSH. Conducts active concert activities: participates in school-wide, district and city events. She improves her performing level by participating in master classes of leading teachers of Russia: in 2020, she took part in master classes of the Honored Artist of Russia, winner of the Triumph Youth Prize, teacher of the Moscow Conservatory and the Moscow Gnessin Secondary Special Music School Alexei Lundin and associate Professor of the Tchaikovsky Moscow Conservatory Anna Sokolova.
              Participant of the International Festival of the V. Spivakov Charitable Foundation "Moscow meets friends". Scholarship holder of the Yvette Voronova Charitable Foundation of Russia "New Names" (2020, 2021)

              Achievements:
              2021:
              • International competition-Festival of Arts "Gelsomino" (I prize)
              • N. L. Tulunina Open All-Russian Competition of Young Performers (Grand Prix)
              • XII Krasnoyarsk International Music and Theater Competition-Festival "Hope" (I prize)
              • Twentieth Youth Delphic Games of Russia, Perm (III prize)
              • Federal project of the international art competition "Planet of Arts", Moscow (I prize)
              • I International Competition of performers on stringed instruments named after M.B. Lieberman "West-Siberia-East" (I prize)

              The program to be performed in the 1st round:
              • I. S. Bach. Sarabande and Giga from Partita for Violin No. 2 in D Minor, BWV 1004
              • N. Paganini. Caprice No. 14
              • N. Paganini - F. Kreisler. "Campanella"

              Program to be performed in the 2nd round:
              • A. Alexandrov. "Aria"
              • by S. Saint-Saens. Violin Concerto No. 3 in B minor, Op.61 (part I)
                Patricia Avsic
                04.09.2008
                Slovenia
                University of Music and Performing Arts (Graz, Austria)
                Student of the Music and Arts University of the City of Vienna
                Teacher: Professor Boris Kushnir

                Born in Ljubljana, Slovenia.
                She started learning to play the violin at the age of five from her father. At the age of 8, the first solo performance with a symphony orchestra took place. In March 2021, she entered the University of Music and Performing Arts (Graz, Austria).

                Achievements:
                • Competition named after (Hubai, Budapest, Hungary), 2021 (winner of the First Prize, two special prizes)
                • Participant of the festival "Arsonore", Graz, Austria, 2021
                The program to be performed in the 1st round:
                • I. S. Bach. Sarabande and Giga from Partita for Violin No. 2 in D Minor, BWV 1004
                • G. Venyavsky. Etude-caprice No. 4, Op. 18
                • M. Ravel. "Gypsy", rhapsody for violin and piano
                The program to be performed in the 2nd round:
                • A. Alexandrov. "Aria"
                • by G. Venyavsky. Violin Concerto No. 1 in F-sharp minor, Op. 14 (Part I)
                  Pilar Magali Policano
                  11.09.2007
                  Argentina
                  Lanus Orchestral School
                  Teacher: Rafael Gintoli

                  Pilar was born in Buenos Aires, the capital of Argentina.
                  She started playing the violin at the age of six in the school orchestra. At the age of 11, she began studying with the outstanding teacher Rafael Gintoli. She has performed solo in such famous concert halls of Buenos Aires as Teatro Colon and Centro Cultural Kirchner, Teatro General San Martín and Teatro Coliseo, at the Teatro Roma in Avellaneda, The February 3° Theatre in Entre Rios (Parana) and on the Pakapaka Argentine TV channel. Pilar is a participant of master classes: Ray Chen, Pavel Berman, Stefan Yakiv, Roberto Gonzalez-Monjas, Nicolas Dothricourt, Amalia Hall, Florin Negreanu. Fellow of The National Endowment for the Arts (2019) and Mozarteum (2021). In 2021 Pilar participated in the International Festival "Moscow Meets Friends" and Musica Mundi Course & Festival, Waterloo (Belgium). She auditioned for the orchestra department at the Teatro Colon Higher School of Arts (2022), receiving the highest score. In addition to playing the violin, Pilar is fond of history, reading, studying

                  Progress:
                  • VIOLINO International Competition, Saint Petersburg, 2021 (I prize)
                  • Philarmonia Pitesti International Competition, Romania – CMS Vienna, 2021 (I prize)
                  • "Istra Star", Slovenia – Croatia, 2021 ( (Grand Prix)
                  • International Online Music Competition "OPUS ARTIS PARIS", France, 2020 (I prize)
                  The program to be performed in the 1st round:
                  • I. S. Bach. Prelude and Giga from the Partita for Solo Violin No. 3 in A major, BWV1006
                  • N. Paganini. Caprice No. 24
                  • M. Ravel. "Gypsy", rhapsody for violin and piano
                  The program to be performed in the 2nd round:
                  • A. Alexandrov. "Aria"
                  • by G. Venyavsky. Violin Concerto No. 2 in D minor, Op. 22 (hh. II, III)
                    Ramazan Kopbayev
                    24.09.2008
                    Kazakhstan
                    Music School named after A. Yu. Shaporin at the Moscow State Institute of Music named after A.G. Schnittke
                    Teacher: Karina Sheker

                    From the age of 6, he studied violin at the Republican Secondary Specialized Music Boarding School for Gifted children named after K. Bayseitova and the Kazakh Secondary Specialized Music Boarding School for Gifted Children named after A. Zhubanov (Almaty).

                    Achievements:
                    • Republican Academic competition-festival "Prima Nota Fest", Almaty, 2019 (Grand Prix)
                    • International Competition of instrumental and vocal performance "Tessa Music Contest", Almaty, 2019 (Grand Prix)
                    • International online competition "#People Play Music", Moscow, 2021 (winner of the II degree)
                    • I All-Russian festival-competition of instrumental performance "Music of my soul", Moscow (winner of the II degree)
                    The program to be performed in the 1st round:
                    • I. S. Bach. Allemande and Gigue from the Partita for Violin No. 2 in D minor, BWV 1004
                    • P. Rode. Caprice No. 4
                    • G. Venyavsky. Scherzo-tarantella for violin and piano in G minor, Op.16
                    The program to be performed in the 2nd round:
                    • A. Alexandrov. "Aria"
                    • by G. Venyavsky. Violin Concerto No. 2 in D minor, Op. 22 (part I)
                      Seraphim Nikitin
                      27.09. 2006 г.
                      Russia
                      TSMSH at the Moscow State University named after P. I. Tchaikovsky
                      Teacher: Zaure Zharova

                      She was born in Podolsk, Moscow region.
                      She started studying music at the age of 5. In 2013, she entered the Central Medical School at the Tchaikovsky Moscow State Technical University. Fellow of the New Names Foundation (2019). Participant of festival and concert programs of the Vladimir Spivakov International Charitable Foundation (2021 – 2022)

                      Achievements:
                      • IX International Violin Competition named after V.F. Bobylev, Ryazan, 2013 (II prize)
                      • XII International Competition of young musicians: nomination "String instruments", Moscow, 2015 (I prize)
                      • All-Russian Children's Creativity Contest "20 million of us", 2016 (I prize)
                      • Competition "Vocation – musician", Moscow, 2017 (Grand Prix)
                      • International Competition "Musical Diamond", 2018 (Grand Prix)
                      • VI International Violin Competition named after Leopold Auer, 2018 (diploma holder)
                      • VI Open All-Russian competition "Merzlyakovka invites friends", 2018 (II prize)
                      The program to be performed in the 1st round:
                      • I. S. Bach. Siciliana and Presto from Violin Sonata No. 1 in G Minor, BWV 1001
                      • N. Paganini. Caprice No. 23
                      • F. Waxman. Fantasy on themes from Bizet's opera "Carmen"
                      Program for performance in round 2:
                      • A. Alexandrov. "Aria"
                      • by G. Venyavsky. Concert Polonaise for Violin and Piano No. 1 in D major, Op.4
                      Sofya Burtseva
                      05.04.2011
                      Russia
                      Municipal budgetary institution of additional education "Pushkin Children's Music School", Pushkino, Moscow region
                      Teacher: Burtseva Guzal Iminzhanovna

                      Achievements:
                      • II International Competition "Magic Symphony" of the Charity Foundation for the Support of Young Talents "The Magic of Sound", Moscow, 2020. (Grand Prix)
                      • V O. Reading International Competition, Celje, Slovenia, 2021 (I degree laureate)
                      • Irina Oganesyan All-Russian Competition of Violinists and Cellists Dubna, 2021 (winner of the II degree)
                      • Participant of the XVII Vladimir Spivakov Festival "Moscow meets Friends", Moscow, 2020
                      • Fellow of the Interregional Charitable Foundation "New Names"
                      The program to be performed in the 1st round:
                      • I. S. Bach. Allemande and Courante from Partita for Violin No. 2 in D Minor, BWV 1004
                      • N. Paganini. Caprice No. 16
                      • F. Kreisler. Prelude and Allegro in the style of Pugnani
                      The program to be performed in the 2nd round:
                      • A. Alexandrov. "Aria"
                      • by P. Rode. Violin Concerto No. 7 (Part I)
                        Second (senior) age category
                        from 15 to 25 years:
                        Alexandra Weissbecker
                        15.08.2001
                        Russia-Germany
                        Mozarteum University
                        (Salzburg, Austria)
                        Teacher: Pierre Amoyal

                        Born in Marburg, Germany.
                        From 2008 to 2019, she studied at the Secondary Special Music School at the Kazan State Conservatory named after N. G. Zhiganov in the class of Honored Teacher of the Republic of Tatarstan Yulia Yurievna Vivat. Alexandra is a participant of master classes of B. Kushnir, A. Vinnitsky, M. Gantvarg, A. Trostyansky, A. Koshvanets, A. Povolotsky, K. Trusov.

                        Achievements:
                        • "Delphic Eagle-2015" (gold medal)
                        • All-Russian competition "Young talents of Russia", 2015 (I prize)
                        • Violin Competition named after. Bobyleva, Ryazan, 2016 (II prize)
                        • International Competition named after Rudolf Gummert, Kazan, 2017 (II Prize)
                        • International competition "Magic Bow", Perm, 2017 (I prize)
                        • L. Auer International Violin Competition, St. Petersburg, 2017 (III Prize)
                        • All-Russian competition "Young Talents of Russia", 2018 (I prize)
                        • L. van Beethoven International Violin Competition, Austria, 2018 (II Prize)
                        • International Violin Competition "Kloster-Schental", Germany, 2019 (winner)
                        • All-Russian competition of young musicians "Constellation", Sochi, 2020 (I prize)

                        The program to be performed in the 1st round:
                        • I. S. Bach. Grave and Fugue from Solo Violin Sonata No. 2 in A Minor, BWV 1003
                        • N. Paganini. Caprice No. 2
                        • by V. A. Mozart. Violin Concerto No. 5 in A major, KV 219 (part I)
                        Program for performance in the 2nd round:
                        • L. van Beethoven. Sonata for Violin and Piano No. 7, Op. 30 No. 2
                        • by J. Schachtner. "Florilegium"
                        • by G. Venyavsky. Brilliant fantasy on themes from Gounod's opera Faust, Op. 20
                        • D. Shostakovich. 4 preludes (arranged by D. Tsyganov)
                        The program to be performed in the 3rd round:
                        • J. Sibelius. Violin Concerto in D Minor, Op. 4
                        Andrey Zubenko
                        17.10.2000
                        Russia
                        P.I. Tchaikovsky Moscow State Conservatory
                        Teacher: People's Artist of Russia, Professor Vladimir Ivanov

                        He was born in Nizhny Tagil, Sverdlovsk region.
                        He studied at the Children's Music School No. 1 (Nizhny Tagil) and the Ural Music College. A regular participant of concerts, festivals, including "Denis Matsuev presents". Andrey plays the violin of the French violin master Alan Carbonara, presented to him by the Vladimir Spivakov International Charitable Foundation.

                        Progress:
                        • International Competition "21st Century Art", Lonigo, Italy, 2011
                        • (I prize)
                        • XII Delphic Youth Games of Russia, Novosibirsk, 2013 (bronze medal)
                        • IV International Competition "Bravo!", Nessebar, Bulgaria, 2013
                        • (I prize)
                        • All-Russian Tchaikovsky Competition, 2013 (winner of the regional stage)
                        • XVI Delphic Youth Games of Russia, Yekaterinburg, 2017 (gold medal)
                        • XII Youth Delphic Games of the CIS member States, Yekaterinburg, 2017 (gold medal)
                        • He took part in master classes by V. Ivanov, M. Gantvarg, Sergey Kravchenko, A. Trostyansky, A. Koshvanets, E. Grach, Rollo Kovak (France).
                        The program to be performed in the 1st round:
                        • I. S. Bach. Grave and Fugue from Solo Violin Sonata No. 2 in A Minor, BWV 1003
                        • N. Paganini. Caprice No. 17
                        • by V. A. Mozart. Concerto No. 4 in D major, KV 218 (part I)
                        Program for performance in the 2nd round:
                        • S. Prokofiev. Sonata for Violin and Piano No. 1 in F minor, Op. 80
                        • by J. Sibelius. Humoresque No. 5 in E-flat major for violin and piano, Op. 89
                        • V. Lutoslavsky. "Subito" for violin and piano (1992)
                        • by M. Ravel. "Gypsy", rhapsody for violin and piano, M 7
                        The program to be performed in the 3rd round:
                        • S. Prokofiev. Violin Concerto No. 2 in G minor, Op. 63
                        Victoria Tula
                        29.05.1997
                        Russia
                        Assistant-internship at the Tchaikovsky Moscow State Conservatory
                        Teacher: People's Artist of Russia, Professor Vladimir Ivanov

                        Born in Moscow.
                        Graduated from the Academic Music College at the Tchaikovsky Moscow State Conservatory (class of teachers Elena Demidenko and Honored Worker of Culture of the Russian Federation Alviya Vandysheva). Graduated from the Tchaikovsky Moscow State Conservatory (class of People's Artist of Russia, Professor Vladimir Ivanov). The winner of the title of the best graduate of the year. Since 2021 - trainee assistant in the specialty "solo performance on string instruments" at the Tchaikovsky Moscow State Conservatory (class of People's Artist of Russia, Professor Vladimir Ivanov). She took part in master classes by Sato Shunske, Peter Brunt, Henk Gittart, Susanne van Els, Valentin Zhuk, Emmanuel Borok, Pavel Berman, Anna Kandinskaya, Alla Aranovskaya. Collaborated with the Chamber Orchestra of the Moscow Conservatory (conductor Felix Korobov), the Chamber Orchestra "Cantus firmus", the Ensemble

                        Progress:
                        • III International Competition of Young Performers "Vyatskoye", Yaroslavl region, 2019 (winner)
                        • I International Chamber Music Competition "Winterreise", Moscow (winner)
                        • I International Competition "Solo with Orchestra", Moscow (winner)
                        • VII International Violin Competition named after Leopold Auer, St. Petersburg, 2020 (II Prize)
                        • I International Competition-Festival of instrumental performance "Cup of Arts", Moscow (Grand Prix)
                        • I International Soloist Performers "New soloist", Almaty, Kazakhstan, 2021 (winner)

                        The program to be performed in the 1st round:
                        • I. S. Bach. Chaconne from the Partita for Solo Violin No. 2 in D minor, BWV 1004
                        • N. Paganini. Caprice No. 23
                        • V. A. Mozart. Violin Concerto No. 5 in A major, KV 219 (part I)

                        Program for performance in the 2nd round:
                        • S. Frank. Sonata for Violin and Piano in A Major, FWV 8
                        • by A. Piazzolla. Tango-etude No. 3 for solo violin
                        • A. Rosenblat. "Carmen-fantasy" for violin and piano
                        • by M. Ravel. "Gypsy", rhapsody for violin and piano, M 76

                        The program to be performed in the 3rd round:
                        • J. Sibelius. Concerto for Violin and Orchestra in D Minor, Op. 4
                            Ekaterina Potina
                            16.02.98
                            Russia
                            P. I. Tchaikovsky Moscow State Conservatory
                            Teacher: Honored Artist of the Russian Federation, Professor Stepan Yakovich

                            She was born in Omsk.
                            At the age of 4, she entered the E. F. Svetlanov Secondary School No. 6 (class of the Honored Worker of Culture of the Russian Federation Vladimir Aksamentov). Graduated from the Omsk Music College named after V. Ya. Shebalin (class of Honored Artist of the Russian Federation Alexander Muralev). In 2018, she entered the Tchaikovsky Moscow State Conservatory in the class of People's Artist of Russia, Professor Irina Bochkova. Currently, she is a 4th–year student of MGK (class of Honored Artist of the Russian Federation, Professor Stepan Yakovich). Conducts active creative activity. Writes music.

                            Achievements:
                            • II Interregional Open Competition of Young violinists and cellists named after V. Ya. Shpet, Omsk, 2017 (III prize)
                            • V International Competition named after Jadwiga Shchepanovskaya, Omsk, 2019 (Grand Prix)
                            • I International Competition "Premium Art – 2021", (Grand Prix)

                            The program to be performed in the 1st round:

                            • I. S. Bach. Adagio and Fugue from Solo Violin Sonata No. 1 in G Minor, BWV 1001
                            • N. Paganini. Caprice No. 20
                            • V. A. Mozart. Violin Concerto No. 3 in G major, KV 216 (part I)

                            Program for performance in the 2nd round:
                            • A. Schnittke. Sonata for Violin and Piano No. 1, Op. 30
                            • by K. Debussy. "In the boat" from the "Little Suite"
                            • by V. Barkauskas. Partita for solo violin, Op. 12
                            • by B. Bartok. Rhapsody No. 1 for violin and piano

                            The program to be performed in the 3rd round:
                            • S. Prokofiev. Violin Concerto No. 1 in D Major, Op. 1
                              Issei Kurihara
                              19.09.1996
                              Japan
                              Toho Gakuen School of Music
                              Teacher: Takashi Shimizu

                              He studied at the Tokyo University of the Arts under Professors Namiko Umezu and Takashi Shimizu, graduated with honors. He is currently studying at Toho Gakuen Graduate School. He has performed in Spain, Italy, Austria, China, South Korea, Taiwan, USA and Japan with orchestras such as Geidai Philharmonic in Tokyo (conductor Yamashita Kazufumi), Camerata Orphica (Francis Pierre Deschamps), Brasov Philharmonic Orchestra, Romania (Natalia Ponomarchuk), Altomonte Orchestra in Linz (Jan Latham-Koenig), Symphony Orchestra of the Sergei Lunkevich National Philharmonic, Moldova (Kanno Koichiro), Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra (Hiroyuki Mito).

                              Progress:
                              • International Violin Competition in Nalenczow, Poland (Grand Prix)
                              • International Violin Competition in Gifu, Japan (Grand Prix)
                              • Japan Player Competition (I Prize)
                              • L. van Beethoven International Competition, Austria (I Prize)
                              • International Competition "Eurasia" (Grand Prix)
                              • III Vladimir Spivakov International Violin Competition, Ufa (III Prize)
                              • International Violin Competition "Premio Rodolfo Lipizer", Italy (I prize)
                              • Tadeusz Wronski International Violin Competition, Poland (I Prize)
                              • Joseph Meisseder International Violin Competition (I Prize)

                              The program to be performed in the 1st round:
                              • I. S. Bach. Adagio and Fugue from Solo Violin Sonata No. 1 in G Minor, BWV 1001
                              • N. Paganini. Caprice No. 1
                              • V. A. Mozart. Violin Concerto No. 3 in G major, KV 216 (part I)

                              Program for performance in the 2nd round:
                              • L. van Beethoven. Sonata for Violin and Piano No. 8, Op. 30 No. 3
                              • G. Venyavsky. Etude-caprice No. 7 (from the cycle "Modern School"), Op. 10
                              • T. Takemitsu. Elegy "Hika"
                              • by E. Izai. Solo Violin Sonata No. 3 in D minor "Ballad", Op.2

                              Program for performance in the 3rd round:
                              • J. Sibelius. Concerto for Violin and Orchestra in D Minor, Op. 4
                                Maria Arteeva
                                29.05.2001
                                Russia
                                MGK named after P. I. Tchaikovsky
                                Teacher: Professor Elena Chvertok

                                Maria Arteeva was born in Voronezh.
                                At the age of 4, she began to study music, from the age of 6 she participates in competitions and various concerts. Maria performs in the programs of the New Names Foundation, the Vladimir Spivakov Charitable Foundation, and in concerts of the Junior Music Tour project. She has worked with such conductors as Alexander Sladkovsky, Jean-Christophe Spinosi, Fabio Mastrangelo, Jan Latham-Koenig, Felix Korobov, Gintaras Rinkevicius. Participated in the festivals "New Names of Armenia", "Days of Russia in Austria", "Montecatini Orega Festival", etc. She performed a solo on the violin in the play "The Heirs of Prince Vladimir: the time line-countdown" on the stage of the Mariinsky Theater. Performs concerts in the cities of Russia and Moscow: Tchaikovsky MGK, Historical Stage of the Bolshoi Theater, Tchaikovsky Concert Hall, Moscow International House of Music, Zaryadye Concert Hall.

                                Achievements:
                                • XIII International Television Competition of Young Musicians "The Nutcracker", Moscow, 2012 (Golden Nutcracker Award)
                                • VII Demidov International Youth Violin Competition "DEMUX", Yekaterinburg, 2017 (I prize)
                                • Delphic Youth Games of Russia (Gold and silver medals)
                                • All-Russian Competition "Young Talents of Russia", Moscow (I prize)
                                • VII International Violinist Competition named after A. I. Yampolsky (II prize)
                                • International Competition of Young musicians in the nomination "String instruments", 2019 (I prize)
                                • The first All-Russian competition of young musicians "Constellation", Sochi, 2019 (Grand Prix)

                                The program to be performed in the 1st round:
                                • I. S. Bach. Adagio and Fugue from Solo Violin Sonata No. 1 in G Minor, BWV 1001
                                • N. Paganini. Caprice No. 15
                                • V. A. Mozart. Violin Concerto No. 3 in G major, KV 216 (part I)

                                Program for performance in the 2nd round:
                                • S. Prokofiev. Sonata No. 2 in D major, Op. 94 bis
                                • D. Shostakovich Preludes No.5, No.6, No.17, op.34
                                • by N. Milstein. "Paganiniana", fantasy on the themes of Paganini
                                • by E. Chausson. Poem for violin and orchestra, Op. 25

                                The program to be performed in the 3rd round:
                                • P. Tchaikovsky. Violin Concerto in D Major, Op. 3
                                  SERGEY MKRTICHYAN
                                  09.03.2005
                                  Russia
                                  Academic Music School at the Tchaikovsky Moscow State Conservatory
                                  Teacher: Honored Artist of Armenia, Professor Suren Akhnazaryan

                                  Born in Moscow.
                                  Since the age of 10, he has been studying with Professor Suren Akhnazaryan. During the years of study, he took part in various international competitions and festivals. Since March 2019, he has been a fellow of the Charity Foundation "New Names". Within the framework of cooperation with the foundation, he plays many concerts at different venues in different cities and countries. Sergey has repeatedly performed in the halls of the Moscow Conservatory (named after N. Y. Myaskovsky and S. V. Rachmaninov), in the Zaryadye Concert Hall, in the State Kremlin Palace, in the Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts, in the Cultural Center of the Armenian Embassy in Moscow, in the Russian Embassy in Austria and the Konzerthaus in Vienna, in the concert Hall the hall of the Russian House in Berlin. He has performed as a soloist with the PREMIERE Orchestra and the Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk Chamber Orchestra. In his free time, Sergey enjoys swimming and chess.

                                  Achievements:
                                  • VIII International Competition "Renaissance", Gyumri, Armenia, 2016 (I prize)
                                  • International Competition of Young Performers Citta di Barletta, Italy, 2017 (Grand Prix)
                                  • II Gnessin International Competition-Festival of Young Violinists, 2018 (II prize)
                                  • II International Summer Competition-Festival of the Central Music School at the Tchaikovsky Moscow State Conservatory, 2018. (II Prize)
                                  • XIII Bobylev International Violin Competition, Ryazan, 2018 (I Prize and Grand Prix)
                                  • VI Open All-Russian competition "Merzlyakovka invites friends", 2018. (I prize)
                                  • XIX International Television Competition of Young musicians "The Nutcracker", 2018 (diploma holder)
                                  • VI International Competition "Grand Music Art", 2019 (Grand Prix)
                                  • "World Music Heritage", 2019 (Grand Prix and participation in the gala concert at the State Kremlin Palace)
                                  • XI International Tchaikovsky Youth Competition, 2019 (certificate of participation without selection and entrance fee)
                                  • Competition of young performers "ARMONIA", 2020 (winner)
                                  • Nineteenth Delphic Youth Games of Russia, 2020 (silver medal)

                                  The program to be performed in the 1st round:
                                  • I. S. Bach. Adagio and Fugue from Solo Violin Sonata No. 1 in G Minor, BWV 1001
                                  • N. Paganini. Caprice No. 17
                                  • V. A. Mozart. Violin Concerto No. 5 in A major, KV 219 (part I)

                                  Program for performance in the 2nd round:
                                  • S. Frank. Sonata for Violin and piano in A major, FWV 8
                                  • P. Sarasate. Zapateado
                                  • A. Khachaturian. Sonata-monologue for solo violin
                                  • by P. I. Tchaikovsky. Waltz-scherzo, Op. 34
                                  Program for performance in round 3:
                                  • P. I. Tchaikovsky - Violin Concerto in D major, Op. 3
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