Competition

V Yankelevitch International
Violin Competition
The Main Prize of the V International Violin Competition named after Yu. I. Yankelevich is an antique violin made by the Italian master Giulio Degani in 1901.

The main prize is selected for each competition by the Honorary President Vladimir Spivakov personally. The violin, made at the very beginning of the XX century, was purchased for the V International Violin Competition named after Yu. I. Yankelevich from the French collector, expert and restorer Serge Boyer.

Giulio Degani is a violin maker, son and apprentice of Eugenio Degani. Multiple times his works won in exhibitions of master musical instruments. The violin, which will be the main prize of the V International Violin Competition named after Yu.I. Yankelevich, was crafted by him in the workshop of his father in Venice. The maker's label depicts the gold medal of the exhibition in Turin. The violin is very similar to the instruments of his father Eugenio Degani, has the same unique shape, a special kind of varnish, but a larger, "masculine" scroll. The sound of violins by Degani is pure, clear and has the same Italian touch that is appreciated by connoisseurs.
The main prize is a violin of the Italian master Giulio Degani, made in 1901, and a cash prize (award) of 2 380 000.00 RUR. The main prize can be awarded in any of the age categories.

The special prize is a bow of the French master Joseph Arthur Vigneron and a cash prize (award) of 600 000.00 RUR. The special prize can be awarded in any age category.
Prize for the first age category from 9 to 15 years:

I place - cash prize (award) 50 000.00 RUR;
II place - cash prize (award) 30 000.00 RUR;
III place - cash prize (award) of 18 000.00 RUR;

In addition to the laureates in the first age category, the Jury determines additionally three talented participants who are awarded cash prizes (grants) for participating in the Competition - three grants of 10 000.00 RUR each.

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

I place - cash prize (award) 260 000.00 RUR;
II place - cash prize (award) 180 000.00 RUR;
III place - cash prize (award) 100 000.00 RUR.

Based on the results of the Competition, the Jury also has the right to award not all prizes and grants, or to share one prize or grant among several participants.

By decision of the Jury, the best concertmaster of the Competition is awarded a cash prize (award) in the amount of 35 000.00 RUR.
Prizes

The Main Prize of the V International Violin Competition named after Yu. I. Yankelevich is an antique violin made by the Italian master Giulio Degani in 1901.

The main prize is selected for each competition by the Honorary President Vladimir Spivakov personally. The violin, made at the very beginning of the XX century, was purchased for the V International Violin Competition named after Yu. I. Yankelevich from the French collector, expert and restorer Serge Boyer.

Giulio Degani is a violin maker, son and apprentice of Eugenio Degani. Multiple times his works won in exhibitions of master musical instruments. The violin, which will be the main prize of the V International Violin Competition named after Yu.I. Yankelevich, was crafted by him in the workshop of his father in Venice. The maker's label depicts the gold medal of the exhibition in Turin. The violin is very similar to the instruments of his father Eugenio Degani, has the same unique shape, a special kind of varnish, but a larger, "masculine" scroll. The sound of violins by Degani is pure, clear and has the same Italian touch that is appreciated by connoisseurs.
The Special Prize of the V International Violin Competition named after Yu.I. Yankelevich is an antique bow of the French master Joseph Arthur Vigneron, made in the late XIX century.
Prize for the first age category from 9 to 15 years:

I place - cash prize (award) 50 000.00 RUR;
II place - cash prize (award) 30 000.00 RUR;
III place - cash prize (award) of 18 000.00 RUR;

In addition to the laureates in the first age category, the Jury determines additionally three talented participants who are awarded cash prizes (grants) for participating in the Competition - three grants of 10 000.00 RUR each.

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

I place - cash prize (award) 260 000.00 RUR;
II place - cash prize (award) 180 000.00 RUR;
III place - cash prize (award) 100 000.00 RUR.

Based on the results of the Competition, the Jury also has the right to award not all prizes and grants, or to share one prize or grant among several participants.

By decision of the Jury, the best concertmaster of the Competition is awarded a cash prize (award) in the amount of 35000.00 RUR.
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