Competition venues

Jury 2014 (Winds)

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carron Tobias Carron, flute (Sweden)
teaches at the Royal Academy of Music in Stockholm and was during 1992-2008 solo flutist of the Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra.
muller Claudia Müller, flute (Sweden) has since 1990 been working as a soloist, chambermusician and a teatcher at The Royal Academy in Stockholm.
gerasimova Olga Gerasimova, flute (Russia) teaches the flute at the G. Sviridov School of Arts in St.Petersburg, Russia since 1981.
larsson Mårten Larsson, oboe (Sweden)solooboist in the Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra.
stefansson Hermann Stefánsson, clarinet (Sweden) is principal clarinettist of the Stockholm Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and the Stockholm Sinfonietta. He is also active as a clarinet teacher, in which capacity he now teaches at the Stockholm Royal University College of Music.
thorell Johannes Thorell, saxophone (Sweden)is one of Scandinavia´s leading saxophonists. He is currently a saxophone teacher at The Royal Academy of music in Aarhus/Aalborg and performs regularly with pianist Magnus Sköld, the Swedish Wind Ensemble and the Nordic Saxophone Quartet.
bolshiyanov Andrew Bolshiyanov, saxophone (Russia)
is the Russian saxophone performer, teacher of St. Petersburg State Conservatory, Laureate of the international competition in Maykroykirhene (Germany) 1976, Laureate of the international competition of electron-acoustic music in Braunschweig (Germany) 2004
nilsson Mikael Nilsson, trumpet (Sweden) is a member of the Swedish Royal Philharmonic Orchestra since 2006 has studied at the Royal College of Music in Stockholm. He has performed with The Stockholm County Symphonic Wind Orchestra, The Nordic Chamber Orchestra in Sundsvall and Stockholm’s Folk Opera Orchestra among others.
almgren Niklas Almgren, Trombone (Sweden)is alternating solo trombonist at the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra is Stockholm ince 1997. He was educated at the Royal College of Music 1994-96 under Sven-Erik Eriksson, at the Eastman School of Music (USA) 1990-94 under John Marcellus and before that in 1989-90 at the Interlochen Arts Academy, the United States under eter Brockman.