Competition venues

Winners 2014

Category

Piano Solo
Violin, Viola Solo
Cello, Double bass Solo
Woodwinds
Brass
Percussion
Other instruments (Harp, Guitar, Accordion).
Ensemble
Piano as additional instrument
Accompanist


 

The scholarship holders 2014

Dominik Stadler, Germany – Piano E
Christopher Hästbacka, Sweden – Piano E
Leonid Zheleznyi, Russia – Violin E
Oliwia Kędziora, Poland – Viola E
Dmitrij Berezin, Russia – Cello E
Matīss Eisaks, Latvia – Double Bass E
Junnan Sun, South Afrika – Clarinett E
Magnus Holmander, Sweden – Clarinett E
Natalia Jarząbek, Poland – Flute E
Martyna Klupś-Radny, Poland – Flute E
Mariya Karpinets, Norway – Oboe E
Alexandre Molina, Spain – Bassoon E
Linn Persson, Sweden – Saxofone E
Ewa Harasimiuk, Poland – Trombone E
Emil Kuyumcuyan, Turkey / Croatia – Percussion E
Judith Beschow, Germany – Guitar E
Jasmine Hogan, USA – Harp E
Agnė Daučianskaitė, Lithuania – Accordion E
Irina Razumtseva, Irina Zvereva, Russia – Ensemble 3

Scholarships for competitors who chose Swedish compositions as part of their repertoire.

Iulia Gvozdovskaya, Piano A
Aleksandra Molostvova, Violin B
Ture Gyllstad-Wester, Piano B
Alina Frolova, Violin C
Klara Borgqvist, Oboe C
Anna Tadtaeva, Piano D
Julie Davidsen, Flute D
Maria Piatakova, Piano E