Written by Laurie Niles
Published: September 21, 2014 at 3:29 AM [UTC]
Here are the laureates and their prizes (pictured below, right to left in order of their placement):
Gold Medalist, Jinjoo Cho, 26, of South Korea: $30,000
Silver Medalist, Tessa Lark, 25, of the United States: $15,000
Bronze Medalist, Ji Young Lim, 19, of South Korea: $10,000
Fourth Place, Dami Kim, 25, of South Korea: $7,000
Fifth Place, Yoo Jin Jang, 23, of South Korea : $6,000
Sixth Place, Ji Yoon Lee, 22, of South Korea: $5,000
Gold medalist Jinjoo Cho is a graduate of the Cleveland Institute of Music and attended Curtis Institute. Her current teacher is Jaime Laredo and she has studied also with Paul Kantor, Joseph Silverstein and Pamela Frank. Previously she won first prize in the Montreal International Music Competition, Buenos Aires International Violin Competition, Schoenfeld International String Competition and the Stulberg International String Competition.
Silver medalist Tessa Lark has studied with Miriam Fried, Lucy Chapman and Kurt Sassmannshaus. In 2012 she won the Naumburg International Violin Award and in 2014 she received a career grant from the Leonore Annenberg Fellowship Fun for the Performing and Visual Arts.
Bronze medalist Ji Young Lim studies with Nam Yun Kim at the Korea National University of Arts and was a prizewinner at the 2013 Montreal International Music Competition, first prize at the Euroasia International Competition and third prize at the 2011 Henri Marteau Competition.
Jury members included Jaime Laredo (Jury President), Ellen Taaffe Zwilich, Dong-Suk Kang, Boris Kuschnir, Cho-Liang Lin, Philip Setzer, Dmitry Sitkovetsky and Kyoko Takezawa. Jury member Miriam Fried was asked not to vote because three of the six finalists were current or former students of hers.
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