Oskar Nedbal International Viola Competition 2021

1st prize – not awarded

2nd prize – Weronika Dziadek (Poland) 

2nd prize - Ami-Louise Johnsson (Sweden) 

3rd prize - Wenhan Jiang (China) 

 

 

Special awards

Prize for the best interpretation of O. Nedbal piece - Ami-Louise Johnsson (Sweden)

Pirastro Prize for an outstanding young talent – Sebastian Gonzalez Mora (Canada/Columbia)

Prague´s Conservatory Director Prize for the best Czech competitor – Mája Wittová (CZ)

 

 

 

 

Oskar Nedbal International Viola Competition 2020

1st prize          Nicholas Algot Swensen (Denmark)

2nd prize         Sao Soulez Lariviere (France/Netherlands)

3rd prize          not awarded

 

honorary mention           Fiachra de Hora (Ireland), Serhiy Havrylyuk (Ukraine), Mark Liu (USA), Martina Santarone (Italy), Rica Schultes (Germany), Samantha Souppaya (France)

Antotnín Dvořák Society Prize for the best interpretation of O. Nedbal piece    Nicholas Algot Swensen (Denmark)

B. Martinů Foundation Prize for the best interpretation of the Sonata by B. Martinů    Sao Soulez Lariviere (France/Netherlands)

Prize for the best Czech competitor     Jakub Čepický (Czech Republic)

 

 

 

Oskar Nedbal International Viola Competition 2019

 

1st prize          MinGwan KIM (South Korea)

2nd prize         Yuri YOON (South Korea)

3rd prize          Evgeny SHCHEGOLEV (Russia)

 

honorary mention  Yizilin LIANG (China), Alva Rasmussen (Sweden), Otoha Tabata (Japan)

Czech Music Fund Prize for the best Czech competitor     Daniel Macho (Czech Republic)

Antotnín Dvořák Society Prize for the best interpretation of O. Nedbal piece     Alva Rasmussen (Sweden)

B. Martinů Foundation Prize for the best interpretation of the Sonata by B. Martinů    Daniel Macho (Czech Republic)

Visegrad prize for the best competitor from Visegrad     Daniel Macho (Czech Republic)