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Gabriela Olcese

II International Violin Competition Buenos Aires 2012 - Results

July 30, 2012 at 3:52 AM

We are pleased to announce the results of the Second International Violin Competition Buenos Aires 2012 just ended:

1st. Prize: Erzhan KULIBAEV (Kazakhstan)
2nd. Prize: Marianna VASILEVA (Russian Federation)
3rd. Prize: Suyeon KANG (Australia/South Korea) and
Haruka DOI (Japan)
4th. Prize: Fédor ROUDINE (France / Russian Federation)
5th. Prize: Laura MARZADORI (Italy)

Special Prizes:
Orchestra's Medal: Haruka DOI (Japan)
Alberto Lysy Award: Haruka DOI (Japan)
Tango Argentino Award: Erzhan KULIBAEV (Kazakhstan)
Ginastera Award: Fédor ROUDINE (France / Russian Federation)

Here is first-place winner Erzhan Kulibaev of Kazakhstan playing "Cuando tú no estás" by C. Gardel; and "Adiós Nonino" by A. Piazzolla; with Juan Pablo Navarro, bass, and Diego Schissi, piano:

Congratulations to all and we said goodbye to the Winner's Tour 2013 and the III International Violin Competition Buenos Aires 2014 !

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