THE WINNERS OF THE SEVENTH JSFest 2019 INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC  COMPETITION

Junior section (age groups under 12 years old and 12-15 years old)

First, Second and Third prize will be awarded.

 

Diploma of Young Talent and money award of 100€  - Daniil Rublev, Moscow, Russia, piano

 

Diploma of Young Talent and money award of 100€ -  Renis Rudzïtis, Riga, Latvia, violincello

 

 

 

 

 

 

Senior section (age groups 16-20 and older than 20 years old)

First, Second and Third prize will be awarded.

Grand Prix Diploma and money award of 300€ -  Tatiana Kozyar, Saint – Petersburg, Russia, piano

Grand Prix Diploma and money award of 200€ - Mihail Udachin, Veliky Ustyug, Russia, bayan

Special diplomas:

 

Diploma from Jury Members Vladimir Gourevich and Liudmila Gurevich

Competition participant  has been awarded for outstanding artistic achievements:

 

- Aale Ojanlatva, Espoo, Finland, violin

 

Diploma of the youngest participant - Margarita Kudriashova, Russia, Moscow, piano

 

Diploma for the preservation of national traditions:

 

- Duet Zorki, Minsk, Belarus, accordion

- Ville Vehkalahti, Lavia/Pori, Finland, accordion

Special diplomas:

Diploma for Professionalism:

 

- Saeho Park, Cheongju, Republik of Korea, violincello

- Flute Quartet ”Con Anima”, Riga, Latvia, piccolo-alto-bass-flute

 

Diploma for the preservation of national traditions:

 

- Mihail Udachin, Veliky Ustyug, Russia, bayan

- Palmgren Piazzolla band, Pori, Finland, accordion, violin, piano, electric guitar, double bass

Junior section (age groups under 12 years old and 12-15 years old)

 

Diploma of the Winner of the first degree:

Beatrise Helmane, Mārupe, Latvia, flute

Ekaterina Proshina, Moscow, Russia, harp

Margarita Kudriashova, Russia, Moscow, piano

Vladimir Prokofiev, Moscow, Russia, piano

Duet Zorki, Minsk, Belarus, accordion

Mikhail Dubinkin, Moscow, Russia, clarinet,

Maksims Skibickis, Riga, Latvia, cello

Alise Lice, Balozi, Latvia, violin

Ville Vehkalahti, Lavia/Pori, Finland, accordion

 

Diploma of the Winner of the second degree:

Lība Brokāne, Riga, Latvia, flute

Maija Elīza Burlakova, Riga, Latvia, flute

Aleksa Avisane, Kekava, Latvia, violoncello

Flute Quartet, Mārupe, Latvia

Kristians Grasbergs, Mārupe, Latvia, Flute

Roberts Nikolajevs, Mārupe, Latvia, saxophone

Moxuan Wu, Russia/China, violin

Aliina Pirttikangas, Kankaanpää, Finland, violin

Anna Eliseeva, Moscow, Russia, violin

Olga Lea Alina Niemi, Espoo, Finland, violin

Anna Linda Rūtenberga, Mārupe, Latvia, piano

 

Diploma of the Winner of the third degree:

Aale Ojanlatva, Espoo, Finland, violin

Iines Airi Elisabet Niemi, Espoo, Finland, viola

Dolce Trio (of age - 12), Kankaanpää, Finland

Kristers Mucenieks, Mārupe, Latvia, Trumpet,

Ekaterina Trofimova, Moscow, Russia, violin

Pihla Pulakka, Vantaa, Finland, violin

Terēze Priekule, Mārupe, Latvia, piano

 

Diploma of the Winner of the fourth degree:

Mariut Pirkola, Espoo, Finland, violin

Senior section (age groups 16-20 and older than 20 years old)

 

Diploma of the Winner of the first degree:

Artem Nikonorov, Moscow, Russia, saxophone

Flute Quartet ”Con Anima” Riga, Latvia

Kristina Tolok, Moscow, Russia, violin

Artur Denis, Moldova, violin

Vladislava Sokolova, Moscow, Russia, piano

Darina Farberova, Saint-Petersburg, Russia, violin

Alina Murzakhanova, Moscow, Russia, piano

Kristina Bolnik, Penza, Russia, piano

Alexander Patrushin, St. Petersburg, Russia, organ

Saeho Park, Cheongju, Republik of Korea, violincello

Christina Nasnikova, Saint-Petersburg, Russia, piano

Stanislav Gerasimovich, Moscow, Russia, saxophone

Jungmin Choi, Suwon, Republic of Korea, flute

 

Diploma of the Winner of the second degree:

Victoria Antipkina, Moscow, Russia, saxophone

Bogdan Shokhov, Moscow, Russia, saxophone

Nina Shamaeva, Moscow, Russia, piano

Palmgren Piazzolla band, Pori, Finland, accordion

Anastasia Klen, Saint-Petersburg, Russia, violin

Evgeniya Yarusheva, Saint - Petersburg, Russia, violin

Duet Konstantin Slovak, Liudmila Kim, Saint-Petersburg, Russia, clarinet, piano

Nadezhda Berezina, Saint-Petersburg, Russia, piano

Li QiAo, China, saxophone

Dilnar Yerkin, Kazakhstan, viola

 

Diploma of the Winner of the third degree:

Egor Romanichev, Moscow, Russia, saxophone

Kārlis Bērziņš, Mārupe, Latvia, tuba

Iaroslav Shatalin, Moscow, Russia, saxophone

Tatiana Katargina, Zelenodolsk, Russia, piano

Olga Pavlishina, Moscow, Russia, piano

Arina  Shumakova, Saint - Petersburg, Russia, piano

Alena Abramova, Saint – Petersburg, Russia, piano

THE WINNERS OF THE SIXTH JSFest 2018  JSFest  INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC  COMPETITION

Junior section

 

The Winner from the age group under 12 years old:

The Diploma of Young Talent and money award of 200€ -

Evelina Vitkovskaia, Saint-Petersburg, Russia (piano)

 

I place:

Elena Orishak, Saint-Petersburg, Russia (harp)

Ursula Melsas, Tallinn, Estonia (violin)

Anton Khromov, Moskow, Russia, (bayan)

 

II place:

Varvara Pochtar, Ryazan, Russia (piano)

Leia Khanzarova,Saint-Petersburg, Russia (piano)

Aliina Pirttikangas, Kankaanpää, Finland (violin)

 

III place:

Ekaterina Butyrina, Saint-Petersburg, Russia (piano)

Alexandra Orishak, Saint-Petersburg, Russia (clarinet)

Karoliina Kuppart, Rae vald, Estonia (violin)

Agniia Ksovreli, Saint-Petersburg, Russia (piano)

Duet Elena and Alexandra Orishak, Saint-Petersburg, Russia (harp and clarinet)

 

Special diplomas: Diploma of the youngest participant -

Alexandra Orishak, Saint-Petersburg, Russia

 

 

 

Senior section

 

The Winner from the age group of 16-20

Grand-Prix award 500 euros - Michał Jania, Mszana Górna,

Poland, (clarinet)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I place:

Catherine Mikheeva, Moscow, Russia (piano)

Grigorii Grachev, Saint-Petersburg, Russia (violin)

Balázs Német, Budapest, Hungary (violoncello)

Chamber Orchestra Armonico, Riga, Latvia

Anton Zhulev, Belgorod, Russia (flute)

 

II place:

Eva Klets, Russia, Saint-Petersburg, Russia (harp)

Anastasia Litvinova, Saint-Peterburg, Russia (violin)

Georgii Kazimirov, Saint-Petersburg, Russia (violin)

Susanna Liisa Onoper, Tallinn, Estonia, (piano)

 

of mixed age:

Duet Matvey Khromov, Elena Nazarenko, Moscow, Russia, (button accordion, piano)

 

III place:

Elena Berg, Moscow, Russia,(violin)

Aleksandra Kharinova, Saint-Petersburg, Russia (violin)

Ella Kraatari, Rovaniemi, Finland (piano)

Ivet Maria Borrego Karbonel, Moscow, Russia, (violin)

Junior section

 

The Winner from the age group 12-15 years old:

The Diploma of Young Talent and money award of 300€ - Ekaterina Mazhara, Saint-Petersburg, Russia (piano)

 

I place:

Magic Strings violin trio, Karoliina Kuppart, Ursula Melsas and Ingmar Erik Kiviloo, Tallinn, Estonia

Aleksandr Lebedev, Saint-Peterburg, Russia (сlarinet)

Jakub Kusior, Kraków, Poland (сlarinet)

 

II place:

Vitaly Nikanov, Moscow, Russia (piano)

Erik Khanzarov, Saint-Petersburg, Russia (piano)

Ingmar Erik Kiviloo,Tallinn, Estonia (violin)

Regina Abzalimova, Ufa, Russia (piano)

Maya Kazarina, Saint-Petersburg, Russia (classical guitar)

Duet Kannelforss, Forssa, Finland (kantele)

Matvey Khromov, Moskow, Russia (bayan)

Trio Oili, Elsa-Vilja and Lieko Heikkilä Mikkeli, Finland (violin, cello, piano)

Maria Sokolova, Moscow, Russia (flute)

 

III place:

Kirill Korovin, Saint-Peterburg, Russia (violin)

Natalia Medvedeva,Saint-Petersburg, Russia (piano)

Piano Duo Silja Han & Ksenia Bullat,Rovaniemi, Finland

 

 

Senior section

 

The Winner from the age group of older than 20 years old

Grand-Prix award 1000 euros - Polina Borisova,

Moscow, Russia (violin)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I place:

Aleksei Severinov, Saint-Petersburg, Russia (classical guitar)

Tuomas Nikkanen, Hämeenlinna, Finland (piano)

Liubov Kozlova, Saint-Petersburg, Russia (piano)

Anton Trufanov, Vologda, Russia (harmonic)

Trio Li Cheng, Chen Haolei and Liudmila Kim, China/Russia, (clarinet, piano),

Yana Schwarz, Saint-Petersburg, Russia (piano)

 

II place:

Aleksei Severinov, Saint-Petersburg, Russia (classical guitar) (add. kateg)

Irina Kozlova, Saint-Petersburg, Russia (organ)

Tatiana Gurbaeva, Saint-Petersburg, Russia (organ)

 

III place:

Elizaveta Surovtseva, Moscow, Russia, (piano)

Diploma for the best piano interpretation:

Tuomas Nikkanen, Hämeenlinna, Finland (piano)

 

Diploma of the Preservation of National Traditions:

Duet Kannelforss, Forssa, Finland (kantele)

Anton Trufanov, Vologda, Russia (harmonic)

Anton Khromov, Moskow, Russia (bayan)

Matvey Khromov, Moskow, Russia (bayan)

 

Special diplomas from jury members Liudmila Gourevich and Vladimir Gourevich:

Enni Virtanen, Duo Kannelforss, Forssa, Finland

Tuula Kyyrä, Duo Kannelforss, Forssa, Finland

Elena Berg, Moscow, Russia

Grigorii Grachev, Saint-Petersburg, Russia

THE WINNERS OF THE FIFTH JSFest 2017 INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC  COMPETITION
       Grand-Prix award 2000 euros - Anton Koval, Russia, Saint-Petersburg

I place:

Alexandra Molostvova, Russia, Saint-Petersburg, violin    

Alexander Zinin, Russia, Saint-Petersburg, piano

Artur Denis, Moldova, Kishinev, violin

Asada Moe, Japan, Takamatsu Kagawa, piano

Daniel Goldin, Norway, Holter, violin  

Jesper Rydén, Sweden, Uppsala, organ

Juliia Popova and Ekaterina Koroteeva, Russia, Saint-Petersburg, flute and piano

Milla Rontti, Finland,Kuusamo, flute

Nigar Gahramanova, Norway, Oslo, organ

Ruslana Melisa Malinovska, Latvia, Riga,  piano

Ráchel Skleničková, Czech republic, piano

Sofia Ermasova, Russia, Moscow, violin

Sofia Sergeeva, Russia, Ekaterinburg, flute

 

II place:

Evgeniia Chernysheva, Russia, Saint-Petersburg, violin

Polina Pervushina, Russia, Saint-Petersburg, violin

Sonja Jussila, Finland, Kemijärvi, flute

Valtteri Laiho, Finland, Rovaniemi, flute

Maria Pliskina, Russia, Saint-Petersburg, violin

Milja Pohjoismäki, Kemijärvi, Finland flute

Irina Shashkova-Peterson, Russia, Moscow, organ

Unda Maris, Russia, Moscow, organ + violin

Olga Tereshkova, Russia, Saint-Petersburg, piano

Margarita Shumova, Russia, Solnechnogorsk, Moscow Region, piano

Dina Kazachanskaia, Russia, Petrozavodsk,

Duo Elena Kuznetsova - Tatiana Gurbaeva, Russia, Saint-Petersburg, piano

Nikita Demidenko, Russia, Moscow, piano

Nikolay Barinov, Russia, Moscow, accordion

Vasilisa Sokolova, Russia, Moscow, violin

Veronika Kolpakova, Latvia, Riga,  piano

Yegor Arzamaskin, Russia, Moscow, piano

Aino Lankila, Finland, Rautiosaari, flute

Meri Järvinen, Finland, Helsinki, flute

 

III place:

Alena Gulakova, Russia, Saint-Petersburg, violin

Anna Karpovich, Russia, Saint-Petersburg, piano  

Arkadiy Ukhlinov, Russia, Petrozavodsk, piano

Arttu Oikarainen, Finland, Kuusamo, flute 3

Darina Šilova, Estonia, Jõhvi, guitar

Maria Kim, Russia, Saint-Petersburg, violin

Olesya Leonova, Russia, Saint-Petersburg, piano

Duo Silja Han & Ksenia Bullat, Rovaniemi, Finland, piano

Kamilla Briantceva, Russia, Saint-Petersburg,  piano

Leonid Sokolov, Russia, Moscow, violin

Sofia Yakovleva, Russia, Saint-Petersburg, violin

Susanna Törmänen, Finland, Kuusamo, flute 3

Pirita Loukusa, Finland, Kuusamo, flute

 

IV place

Oleg Kuzyarin, Russia, Petrozavodsk, guitar