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Aihesivun Jean Sibelius -viulukilpailu pääkuva

The Second Round

Fedor Rudin lounaalla Helsingin konservatorion kahvilassa.
Fedor Rudin from France is among the 20 violinists who will continue the competition on Friday. His grandfather was the famous Russian avant-garde composer Edison Denisov and father is cellist Alexander Rudin. Fedor Rudin lounaalla Helsingin konservatorion kahvilassa. Kuva: YLE/Anu Jaantila fedor rudin

These 20 violinists will continue the Sibelius Violin Competition:

4. Sarah Christian, Germany
5. Sara Etelävuori, Finland
7. Anna Göckel, France
9. Mayumi Kanagawa, USA
10. Bomsori Kim, South Korea
13. Christel Lee, USA
14. Kerson Leong, Canada
15. Victor Li Zeyu, China
16. Richard Lin, USA
18. Kyung Ji Min, South Korea
24. Pekko Pulakka, Finland
25. Fedor Rudin, France
28. Friederike Starkloff, Germany
29. Elly Suh, USA
33. Stephen Tavani, USA
34. Diana Tishchenko, Ukraine
35. Emmanuel Tjeknavorian, Austria
38. Xiao Wang, China
40. Minami Yoshida
41. Nancy Zhou, USA

The repertoire for the second round:
One of the following sonatas for violin and piano: Bartók (numbers 1,2), Beethoven (numbers 1-­6), Brahms (numbers 1-­3), Debussy, Fauré (A Major), Janáček, Mendelssohn (F Major), Schubert (A Major), Prokofjev (numbers 1,2), Ravel (y. 1927),
Schnittke (numbers 1,2)

Sibelius: two humoresques from the opus 87 and 89

One of the award-winning violin pieces from the International Jean Sibelius Composition Contest finalists:

Jyun-­jun Park: Another Cadenza
Francisco del Pino: Jardín de lágrimas
Junghoon Nam: Taste for the Arts

One virtuoso piece by one of the following composers: Ernst, Hubay, Paganini, Ravel, Saint-­Saëns, Sarasate, Tshaikovski, Waxman, Wieniawski, Ysaÿe.

The judges of the competition are Pierre Amoyal, Serguei Azizian, Sigrún Edvaldsdóttir, Pekka Kauppinen, Sung-­Ju Lee, Cho-­Liang Lin, Gerhard Schulz and Krzystof Wegrzyn. The chairman of the jury is professor and composer Veli-Matti Puumala.