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Singapore International Violin Competition Announces Candidates for 2022

The competition will be held from December 1 to 14 at the Yong Siew Toh Conservatory of Music


The Singapore International Violin Competition recently announced the players who have been selected to take part in its 2022 edition. They are as follows:

  • Claire Bourg (United States)
  • Daniil Bulayev (Latvia)
  • Angela Sin Ying Chan (Hong Kong, China)
  • I-Hao Cheng (Chinese Taipei)
  • Anna Agafia Egholm (Denmark)
  • Amia Janicki (Switzerland)
  • Jueun Jeong (South Korea)
  • Yiying Jiang (China)
  • Haram Kim (South Korea)
  • Joey Lau (Singapore)
  • Eunseo Lee (South Korea)
  • William Lee (Chinese Taipei)
  • Ruifeng Lin (China)
  • Tianyou Ma (China)
  • VC Young Artist Nathan Meltzer (United States)
  • Elias David Moncado (Germany)
  • Georgii Moroz (Ukraine)
  • Yukari Ohno (Japan)
  • Tassilo Probst (Germany)
  • Tomotaka Seki (Japan)
  • Dmytro Udovychenko (Ukraine)
  • Yukiko Uno (Japan)
  • Eimi Wakui (Japan)
  • Sara Watanabe (Japan)
  • Christine Wu (United States)
  • Jinyoung Yoon (South Korea)
  • Siqi Yu (China)


Held at Singapore’s Yong Siew Toh Conservatory of Music, the competition will take place in the first half of December.

In 2022, the jury will comprise Qian Zhou (Chair), Martin Beaver, Martin T:son Engstroem, Lee Kyung Sun, Mihaela Martin, Joel Smirnoff, and Tsu Vera Weiling.

The first prize winner will receive USD $50,000, a number of important performance engagements, and the loan of a fine Italian instrument.

Previous major prize winners include VC Artists Yu-Chien Benny TsengRichard Lin, and Fedor Rudin.

All rounds of the competition will be streamed live here on The Violin Channel.

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