Official Host: The University of Texas at Austin
Kevin Zhu, the first prize winner of the junior division in Beijing:
Considered the Olympics of the violin, the Menuhin Competition unites the top violin talents worldwide, from jurors to competitors to performers.
From February 21 through March 2, 2014, the competition, which travels to worldwide cities every two years, will take place for the first time in the United States at the University of Texas at Austin’s Sarah and Ernest Butler School of Music.
For 30 years, the Menuhin Competition has consistently attracted and identified some of the greatest emerging talents from across the globe. The 10-day festival includes concerts, master classes, and community activities with world-class musicians. All performances are open to the public, attracting spectators from around the world.
More information on the competition and its previous winners can also be found on the Menuhin Competition’s official website.
View our invitation to apply:
Details on how you can win two tickets to see the Cleveland Orchestra at the Menuhin Competition 2014 can be found here.