First prize winners Yun Tang, left, and Andi Zhang, right, both of China.
First Prize ($30,000 each): Andi Zhang, 23, of China; and Yun Tang, 24 of China
Second Prize ($15,000): Bomsori Kim, 26, of South Korea; and Yiying Jang, 18, of China
Third Prize ($7,000): Hannah Cho, 23, of U.S.
Fourth Prize ($4,000): Yige Chen, 16, of China
Here is Andi Zhang's semi-final performance from the competition:
Finalists in the cello and chamber music divisions include:
First Prize ($30,000): Christoph Croisé, 22, of France
Second Prize ($15,000): Eunghee Cho of U.S.
Third Prize ($7,000): Luca Giovannini of Italy; and Mo Mo of China
Fourth Prize ($4,000): Eun Cho of South Korea
Fifth Prize ($2,000): Minji Kim of South Korea
First Prize ($20,000): The Notos Piano Quartet of Germany
Second Prize ($10,000): Friction Quartet of U.S.
Third Prize ($5,000): YAS Quartet of U.S.
Fourth Prize ($3,000): Los Angeles Ensemble of U.S.
Fifth Prize ($2,000): Trio Kanon of Italy
Sixth Prize ($1,000): Altius Quartet of U.S.
The competition began July 23 and concludes Monday. Jury members are Alice Schoenfeld (founder of the competition), Suli Xue (director), Shlomo Mintz (violin chair), Lynn Harrell (cello chair), Sergey Antonov, Jindong Cai, Christopher Costanza, David Grimal, Judith Ingolfsson, Josephine Knight, Martti Rousi, Zhongguo Sheng, Kirill Troussov, Marianna Vasileva and Daniel Veis.
Here is Yun Tang's semi-final performance from the competition: