Menuhin Competition announces Junior Semi-Finalists

April 9, 2016, 10:07 AM · Congratulations to the 10 junior semi-finalists (under age 16) announced Saturday in the 2016 Menuhin Competition in London!

Menuhin 2016 semi-finalists

Johan Dalene, 15, Sweden
Takumi Taguchi, 14, USA/Japan
Samuel Tan, 11, Singapore
Kevin Miura, 13, USA/Japan
Yeyeong Jin, 12, South Korea
Anne Luisa Kramb, 15, Germany
Yesong Sophie Lee, 12, USA
Hina Maeda, 13, Japan
Elli Choi, 14, USA
NaKyung Kang, 12, South Korea

See their performances and the rest of the schedule here.

Semi-Finals will take place at the Royal Academy of Music on Tuesday. The ten semi-finalists will collaborate with professional musicians in Dvorák’s Terzetto in C major, Op. 74 and perform their choice of a Beethoven Sonata with piano followed by a virtuoso work of their own choice.

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April 10, 2016 at 02:12 PM · Thank you for sharing this. Such a pleasure to watch these young violinists!

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