2016 Violin

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Laureates

ayana tsuji
Japan

First Prize
$30,000
Offered by the Ville de Montréal

André-Bachand Award for the best performance of the compulsory Canadian work in the semifinals
$4,000
Offered by Jean-Claude and Raymond Bachand

Award for the best semifinal recital
$2,500 
Offered by Wilder & Davis

Award for the best performance of a Sonata in the semifinal round
$2,000
Offered by Tourisme Montréal

Bach Award for the best performance of a work by J.S. Bach in the quarter-final round 
$1,000
Offered by the Montreal Bach Festival

Paganini Award for the best performance of a Caprice by Paganini in the quarter-final round
$1,000
Offered by E. Noël Spinelli, C.M., C.Q.

bomsori kim 
South Korea

Second Prize
$15,000
Offered by Canimex

Radio-Canada People’s Choice Award
$5,000

minami yoshida
Japan


Third Prize
$10,000
Offered by Stingray

petteri iivonen
Finland
 

 

CMIM Grant
For the three unranked finalists
$2,000
Offered by Maurice Deschamps

 
fedor rudin 
France – Russia


CMIM Grant
For the three unranked finalists
$2,000
Offered by Joseph Rouleau

Photos : Tam Lan Truong
ji won song
South Korea


CMIM Grant
For the three unranked finalists
$2,000
Offered by Peter Symcox


Jury

pierre amoyal (france)
Boris brott (Canada)
Boris garlitsky (russia – france)
ida kavafian (Armenia – united states)
mihaela martin (romania)
vera tsu wei ling (china)
kathleen winkler (united states)


Photo: Tam Lan Truong

Orchestra

CMIM (Finals)-83

Orchestre symphonique de Montréal

Conductor

Giancarlo Guerrero

Photo: Tam Lan Truong