2006 Violin

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Laureates

Jinjoo-Cho

JINJOO CHO
South Korea

First grand prize
granted by the Quebec Government
$25,000

People’s Choice Award “A Tribute to Gilles Lefebvre”
granted by Hydro-Québec
$2,500

Ye-Eun-Choi

YE-EUN CHOI
South Korea

Second grand prize
granted by Alcoa
$15,000

Award for the Best Performance of the Compulsory Canadian Work
granted by Espace musique
$5,000

Marcus-Tannenberger

MARCUS TANNEBERGER
Germany

Third grand prize
granted by Telus
$7,500

Corrine-Chapelle

CORINNE CHAPELLE
United States

Fourth prize
granted by CGI Group
$5,000

Mayuko-Kamio

MAYUKO KAMIO
Japan

Fifth prize
granted by Gaz Metro
$4,000

Dan-Zhu

DAN ZHU
China

Sixth prize
granted by La Ville de Montréal
$3,000

Jean-Sebastien-Roy

JEAN-SÉBASTIEN ROY
Canada

Joseph Rouleau Award for the Best Candidate from Quebec
granted by the Hans J. Black Foundation and Mr. Joseph Rouleau
$7,500

 
Nikki-Chooi
NIKKI CHOI

Canada

Galaxie Rising Stars Award for the Best Canadian Artist 
granted by Galaxie and Mrs. Huguette Trudeau-Lefebvre
$5,000


Jury

Zakhar Bron (Germany)
Andrew Dawes (Canada)
Michael Frischenschlager (Austria)
Paul Kantor (United States)
Igor Oistrakh (Russia)
Gérard Poulet (France)
Lucie Robert (Canada)
Yuli Turovsky (Canada)
Arie Van Lysebeth (Belgium)

Canadian Compulsory Work

And Dreams Rush Forth to Seek the Distance | Scott Good

Orchestra

Orchestre symphonique de Montréal

Conductor

Muhai Tang