Elmar Oliveira International Violin Competition Announces Semi-Finalists

The EOIVC is taking place at the Lynn Conservatory of Music, in Boca Raton, Florida, from January 19 – January 29, 2023 and is being streamed here on The Violin Channel

The Elevar Foundation, home to the Elmar Oliveira International Violin Competition (EOIVC), has announced the 8 young violinists that will advance to the Semi-Final Round.

All rounds are being streamed live on The Violin Channel.

 

 

The EOIVC 2023 Semi-Finalists are:

Zachary Brandon (24, United States)

Gabrielle Després (22, Canada / United States)

Hiu Sing Fan (26, Hong Kong)

Irenè Fiorito (22, Italy)

Laurel Gagnon (28, United States)

Yanis Grisó (19, Luxembourg)

Hina Khuong-Huu (18, France / Japan / United States)

Haerim Oh (23, South Korea)

 

The 2023 Elmar Oliveira International Violin Competition is taking place in Boca Raton, Florida, through January 29, 2023, at Lynn University.

The eight Semi-Finalists will compete in the Heritage Insurance Services, Inc. Semi-Final Round from January 24–25, 2023, determining the four Finalists

The EOIVC 2023 Final Round takes place on January 28 at 7:30pm and January 29 at 3:00pm at the Keith C. and Elaine Johnson Wold Performing Arts Center on the campus of Lynn University.

Conductor Guillermo Figueroawill lead the Lynn Philharmoniaand the four Finalists in these performances. An awards ceremony, following the final concert on January 29, will be held to announce the winners.

The first prize winner will receive a $30,000 cash prize provided by the David and Amy Fulton Foundation, a new violin made by Christopher Germain, a Silver Mounted Bow inspired by Elmar Oliveira’s Dominique Peccatte crafted by Rodney Mohr, a Musafia case donated by Christopher Reuning of Reuning & Son Violins — as well as more than 40 guaranteed national and international engagements with orchestras, music festivals and concert series over the next three years, including a New York Recital sponsored by Tarisio Fine Instruments and Bows and a recital in Cremona, Italy sponsored by Amorim Fine Violins.

The Second Prize winner will receive a $15,000 cash prize provided by Tarisio Fine Instruments and Bows and a NuBow made by Rodney Mohr. The Third Prize winner will receive $10,000 provided by Price Wealth Management. The winner of the Honorable Mention will receive $5,000 in memory of Gerald and Barbara Arbetter. All four 2023 EOIVC Finalists will receive a PRESTO® Impulse carbon fiber violin bow provided by SHAR Music.


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