Young Musician 2017: April 5-9, 2017

YOUNG MUSICIAN 2017 – an international competition for young pianists, violinists and cellists, was held on April 5-9, 2017 in Tartu, South-Estonia.

Results of the Young Musician 2017 competition

Pianists

Category A
Category B
Pijus Pirogovas, Lithuania, 1st prize
Arina Kinzikyeyeva, Ukraine, 2nd prize
Jana Potštarjova, Estonia, 3rd prize
Melissa Takanbekova, Latvia, 3rd prize
Daniel Tretyakov, Russia, 3rd prize
Emma Martine Lam Olsen, Norway, diploma
Vilina Amalia Rainisto, Finland, diploma
Laura Daugele, Latvia, 1st prize
Ekaterina Tikhomirova, Russia, 1st prize
Theodor Teppo, Estonia, 2nd prize
Hans Matthias Kari, Estonia, 3rd prize
Tähe-Lee Liiv, Estonia, 3rd prize
Saule Norvaisaite, Lithuania, 3rd prize
Nadezhda Kazanskaja, Russia, diploma
 

The youngest contestant:
Pijus Pirogovas, Lithuania

 

The best performer of J. S. Bach piece:
Laura Daugele, Latvia

The best performer of romantic piece:
Pijus Pirogovas, Lithuania
The best performer of a virtuoso piece:
Ekaterina Tikhomirova, Russia
For eminent style:
Theodor Teppo, Estonia
The best performer of the piece by T.Kõrvits in group Piano B:
Tähe-Lee Liiv, Estonia
Saule Norvaisaite, Lithuania

Cellists

Category A
Category B
Patricija Kasteckaite, Lithuania, 2nd prize
Anna Feutrie, Russia, 3rd prize
Aleksandr Kazakov. Russia, 3rd prize
Vladislav Sedatš, Russia, 3rd prize
Ekke Rainer Arndt, Estonia, 2nd prize
Margot Lucy Field, United Kingdom, 2nd prize
George Christopher Mealing, United Kingdom, 3rd prize
Katrina Anna Rando, Latvia, diploma
Katsiarina Yastrubkova, Belarus,diploma
 

Diploma for good performance:
Polina Khozyaykina, Russia

 

Diploma for good performance in Round I:
Paula Skulte, Latvia

Diploma for eminent style:
Patricija Kasteckaite, Lithuania
The best performer of a masterly piece:
Katsiarina Yastrubkova, Belarus
The youngest contestant:
Miks Janis Skulte, Latvia
The best performer of the compulsory piece by J.S.Bach:
Margot Lucy Field, United Kingdom
The best performer of a virtuoso piece:
Anna Feutrie, Russia
For eminent style:
George Christopher Mealing, United Kingdom
The best performer of the compulsory piece:
Miko Marius Onni, Estonia
The best performer of the piece by T.Kõrvits in group Cello B:
Katsiarina Yastrubkova, Belarus
Ekke Rainer Arndt, Estonia

Violinists

Category A
Category B
Elza Silina, Latvia, 1st prize
Anna Katarina Tralla, Estonia, 1st prize
Meri Inari Junttila, Finland, 2nd prize
Anastasija Svirina, Latvia, 2nd prize
Chloe Anna O’Connor, Ireland, diploma
Brigitta Siimer, Estonia, diploma
Bjorg Pas, Norway, 1st prize
Anastasiia Ashirova, Russia, 2nd prize
Arp Eerik Reindla, Estonia, 2nd prize
Daimee Ng, Ireland, 3rd prize
Miia Ruubel, Estonia, 3rd prize
 

Diploma for good performance:
Ayumi-Sophie Jung, Germany

 

Diploma for good performance:
Bella Hoziasa, Latvia

The best performer of the compulsory piece by R.E. Maimets:
Elza Silina, Latvia
The best performer of the piece by T.Kõrvits in group Violin B:
Bjorg Pas, Norway
The youngest contestant:
Ayumi-Sophie Jung, Germany

The best performer of a piece by T. Kõrvits in Group B (overall award for all instruments):
Bjorg Pas, Norway

Conductor’s award:
Anna Katarina Tralla, Estonia

CONTEST ORGANIZERS:

Tartu Heino Eller Music School
Nonprofit org. Elleri Loomekeskus (“Eller Creative Centre”)
Nonprofit org. Noor Muusik (“Young Musician”)

SUPPORTERS:

Estonian Piano Teachers’ Association
Estonian String Teachers Association
Estonian Author’s Association
Estonian Ministry of Culture

CONTACTS:

Contact person: Mrs. Reet Hunt
youngmusiciantallinn@gmail.com
“Noor Muusik” MTÜ
Kitsas 8, 11614 Tallinn, ESTONIA
Tel: +(372) 672 0547, GSM: +(372) 505 9055

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