Menuhin Competition Austin 2014

A 10-day classical music event featuring the best young violinists in the world. 42 international competitors. 9 performing jurors. 1st time ever in the US.

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Kevin Zhu Plays the Violin, Yehudi Menuhin Black and White playing violin, Austin Skyline at Town Lake shore, Arabella Steinbacher with violin, Gerhardt Zimmerman conducts

The Butler School of Music at the University of Texas at Austin is hosting the 2014 edition of the biennial Menuhin Competition, the world’s leading competition for violinists under the age of 22, Feb. 21 – March 2. Join us for what will be a thrilling, once-in-a-lifetime event as the competition, in its 30th year, makes its debut in North America. Events take place both on the UT Austin campus and at the Long Center.

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.

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Cleveland Orchestra Menuhin Competition

Details on how you can win two tickets to see the Cleveland Orchestra at the Menuhin Competition Austin 2014 can be found here.

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For general information, contact: generalinfo@mail.music.utexas.edu or call +1-512-471-7664

 

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    Though the great 20th century violinist and music educator Yehudi Menuhin was born in New York City, the Menuhin Competition has never before been hosted in the US, let alone in North America. Held in a different city around the…Read more ›
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