Classical Music

Winners Announced at Fritz Kreisler International Violin Competition

The three best participants who did not get through to the Final, Seina Matsuoka, Daniel Kogan, and Leonid Zhelezny, will receive an encouragement award of 2,500 €.

Plus, €1,500 will be given to the three best participants who did not get through to the Semi-Final: Zalatel Černoš Rok, Kingston Ho, and Julian Walder.


Headed by Chair of the Jury, Jean Jacques Kantorow, the Jury of the final stages in 2022 included violinists Igor Gruppman, Fanny Clamagirand, Mario Hossen, Sergey Khachatryan, Ernst Kovacic, Sergej Krylov, Benjamin Schmid, Dmitry Sitkovetsky, Ingolf Turban, and Tianwa Yang.

In addition, only for the Gala Final, six representatives of the classical music world joined the main Jury: Matthias Naske, Prof. Daniel Froschauer, GertKorentschnig, Mark Stephan Buhl, Albena Danailowa, and Ippolitov-Ivanov-Valerij Vorona.


Guido Sant’Anna began studying violin at age 5 with Marcia Uhlemann. At 7 years old, Guido’s talent was discovered by conductor Julio Medaglia, and in 2013, he started studying with Elisa Fukuda.

He was the first Brazilian/South American to be selected to participate in the Menuhin Competition in Geneva, Switzerland, receiving 6th prize, the Audience Award, and the Chamber Music Award. Guido was also a participant at The Perlman Music Program.

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