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Please find the latest competition conditions here: Competition Conditions 2022 EN

The International Violin Competition of Mittenwald is held every 4 years in June. Mittenwald looks back at a long tradition of violin making and organized the competition for the first time in 1989. At the Mittenwald’s violin making competition, a jury of ten assesses the best violins, violas, cellos and bows, which must have been produced within the previous two years. Imitations and instruments that differ from the usual craftsman rules may not be submitted.

 

We are glad to present you the winners of the 8th International Violin Competition in Mittenwald 2018:

Violin:
1. Kaneko Yuji, Cremona, Italy
2. Coquet Charles, Paris, France
3. Roy Viateur, Les Ponts-de-Cè, France
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Viola:
1. Pielaszek Piotr, Kozerki, Poland
2. Park Ji Hwan, Cremona, Italy
3. Harms Arwed, Fivizzano, Italy
Download result list viola

Cello:
1. Hayato Nagaishi, Cremona, Italy
2. Lee Sung-Yeol, Gangnam-gu, South Korea
3. Dong-Pil Im, Cremona, Italy
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Violin bow:
1. Slaviero Luca, Cremona, Italy
2. Etzler Bernd, Göd, Hungary
3. Tsai Ming Feng, Kaohsiung, Taiwan
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Viola bow:
1. Etzler Bernd, Göd, Hungary
2. Pelloux Pierre-Francois, Grenoble, France
2. Bernard Victor, Bruxelles, Belgium
3. Ma Suoyi, Hamburg, Germany
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Cello bow:
1 Etzler Bernd, Göd, Hungary
2. Bernard Victor, Bruxelles, Belgium
3. – not awarded –
Download result list cello bow

We are pleased to welcome this year following expert jurors:

Jury of construction of:
Hieronymus Köstler, Germany (jury Board)
Roland Baumgartner, Switzerland
Serge Stam, Netherlands
Christoph Graff, France
Silvio Levaggi, Italy

ARC jury:
Klaus Grünke, Germany
Stéphane Thomachot, France

Sound jury:
Violin: Prof. Tim Vogler, HFMDK Frankfurt / Main, first violinist of the Vogler Quartet
Viola: Péter Bársony, Professor at Liszt Academy in Budapest and Graz Art University
Cello: Kerstin Feltz, Art University of Graz

Here you will find the brochure free of charge for download as PDF.