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2nd Alberto Lysy International
Violin Competition

Gstaad (Switzerland), 30th September — October 2nd 2022

 

Competition Winner

 
 

First Prize and Audience Award

 
 
Bohdan Luts - First Place

Bohdan Luts

 
 

Bohdan will receive, as part of his prize, the loan of a fine violin made by Jean-Baptiste Vuillaume.

He will be invited for concerts at:

  • Gstaad Menuhin Festival in their cycle "Matinée des Jeunes Étoiles"
  • Gstaad New Year Music Festival 2022
  • Festival “Le bois qui chante” 2023

 

Second Prize ex-aequo

Simon Zhu

Wassili Wohlgemuth

Mon-Fu Lee Hsu

 
 
 
 

 

 
 

Competition Video

 
 

Bohdan Luts - P.I. Tchaikovsky, violin concerto in D major — Canzonetta: Andante & Finale: Allegro vivacissimo

 
 

Wassili Wohlgemuth - W.A. Mozart, violin concerto in A major, first movement — Allegro aperto-Adagio-Allegro aperto

 
 
 
 
 

The Alberto Lysy International Violin Competition was created with the intention of promoting young violinists from all over the world, as well as cherishing the great violinist Alberto Lysy and his legacy.

The Jury

  • Adelina Oprean ‐ Violin professor at the Music Academy Basel
  • Michael Malmgreen ‐ Violin professor at the Royal Danish Music Academy
  • Antonio Lysy ‐ Chair of String Department and cello professor at the UCLA Herb Alpert school of Music
  • Igor Karsko ‐ Artistic Director of Camerata Zürich
  • Pablo de Naveran ‐ Head cello professor at the International Menuhin Academy
  • Lukas Wittermann ‐ Managing Director of the Gstaad Menuhin Festival & Academy
 

The 2022 competition took place in collaboration with:
 

Gstaad Menuhin Festival & Academy

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Festival “Le bois qui chante”

Le bois qui chante logo

 

 

Menuhin Center Saanen

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Gstaad New Year Music Festival

International Menuhin Festival logo
 

Gstaaderhof

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Kultur Region Alliance Culturelle

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