2020 Sphinx Competition Laureates Announced

February 9, 2020, 2:45 PM · Congratulations to laureates in the 23st Annual Sphinx Competition in Michigan!

Click here to view the Finals Concert, which took place Saturday in Detroit's Orchestra Hall, with Senior Division finalists performing with the Sphinx Symphony Orchestra.

The Sphinx Competition is open to all junior high, high school, and college-age Black and Latino string players residing in the United States. Jury members for 2020 are Beverly Kane Baker, Lena Fankhauser, Pamela Frank, Bella Hristova, Charlotte Lee, Joel Krosnick and Tito Muñoz.

Senior Division Laureates (Age 18-30):

2020 Sphinx Seniors
Sphinx Competition Senior Division Laureates Jordan Bak, Gabriel Martins, and Aaron Olguin. Photo by Craig Gorkiewicz.

Junior Division Laureates (Age 17 and under):

2020 Sphinx Juniors
Sphinx Competition Junior Division Laureates Esme Arias-Kim, Brandon Leonard, and Sophia Ayer. Photo by Craig Gorkiewicz.

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