Finalists in 2013, photo by D. Matvejevas

Winners of the IV International Jascha Heifetz Competition for Violinists 2013

 

I prize - Mayumi Kanagawa (Japan-USA)

II prize - David Petrlik (France)

III prize - Ayako Tanabe (Japan) and Alexandr Kotelnikov (Russia)

Diplomants: Anite Stroh (Germany) and Rūta Mažolytė (Lithuania)


Special prizes:

 

The concert with the Lithuanian National Symphonic Orchestra in 2014 -

I prize winner, Mayumi Kanagawa (Japan-USA).

 

The concert at the Kaunas State Philharmonic in 2014 -

II prize winner, David Petrlik (France).

For the best performance of Jascha Heifetz transcription -

Christopher Tun Andersen (Norway)

For the best performance of a composition by a contemporary Lithuanian composer - Verena Chen (Germany)

Jury prize - Emma Meinrenken (Canada)

For the best accompanist - Indrė Baikštytė (Lithuania)

Audience prize - David Petrlik (France)

EMCY prize - David Petrlik (France)

 

Winners of the III International Jascha Heifetz Competition for Violinists 2009

 

I prize - Sergej Malov (Russia)

 

II prize - Justina Auškelytė (Lithuania), Michail Pochekin (Russia)

 

III prize - Sunny Tae (South Korea), Jevgenij Sviridov (Russia)

 

Diplomant - Ieva Paukštytė (Lithuania)

 

Special prizes:

 

For the most interesting interpretation of Feliksas Bajoras' piece 'Slenkstis' ('Threshold') - Agnė Doveikaitė (Lithuania)

 

For the best performance of a virtuosic piece - Dumitru Pocitari (Moldova)

 

For the best interpretation of a transcription by Jascha Heifetz -

Maugorzata Wasiucionek (Poland)

 

For the best accompanist - Indrė Baikštytė (Lithuania)

 

EMCY prize - Michail Pochekin (Russia)

 

Winners of the II International Jascha Heifetz Competition for Violinists 2005

 

I prize – was not awarded

 

II prize – Lisa Jacobs (Netherlands)

 

III prize – Diana Galvydytė (Lithuania), Ciu-Jan Ying (Taiwan),

Anna Liisa Bezrodnaja (Estonia)

 

Diplomant – Agnė Doveikaitė (Lithuania)

 

Winners of the I International Jascha Heifetz Competition for Violinists 2001

 

I prize – Jaroslaw Nadrzycki (Poland)

 

II prize – Hanako Uesato (Japan)

 

III prize – Maria Krestinskaja (Russia), Rūta Lipinaitytė (Lithuania),

Marija Nemanytė (Lithuania)