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Jury

The two-week competition consists of five concert sessions in three rounds. During the first week of competition, all participants perform twice. In the course of the first two sessions, they demonstrate their interpretative, musical and technical abilities to both the jury and the audience.

At the end of these sessions, the jurors cast their first ballots, answering one simple question for each candidate: »Is this artist a candidate of mine for the semifinal round?« Each juror will cast twelve ›yes‹ votes, each with a face value of nine, eight or seven points. The votes for the remaining performers will be ›possibly‹ (with a value of 6-4 points) or ›no‹ (with a value of 3-1 points). When the ballots are totaled, the twelve semifinalists will be announced.

The competition continues for these twelve candidates in the two semi-final sessions. In the first session the artists present recitals with works they have selected themselves. In the second session, the young soloists perform one of Mozart’s violin concertos with chamber orchestra accompaniment.

After that the jury will be asked to select the six finalists. This choice will be made in the same manner as before. Each juror casts six ›yes‹ votes of nine, eight or seven points for ›his‹ or ›her‹ finalists and six additional votes of ›possibly‹ or ›no‹ with the chosen number of points.

The six finalists perform in the finals, playing one of the listed major violin concertos for violin and a symphony orchestra. These concerts, the climax of the competition for competitors and audiences alike, are a true test of the budding artist’s stage presence.

The laureates are chosen by individual ballot, beginning with the First Prize. The absolute majority of votes cast is necessary to determine the prize winner. Subsequently, the following prize winners are determined in the same manner.

 

Jury 2015

 

 

Jury 2012

 

 

Jury 2009

    • Maurice Hasson (London)
    • Ulf Hoelscher (Karlsruhe)
    • Richard Jakoby1 (Hannover)
    • Lewis Kaplan (New York)
    • Nam Yun Kim (Seoul)
    • Silvia Marcovici (Graz)
    • Itzhak Rashkovsky (London)
    • Marco Rizzi (Mannheim, Madrid)
    • Cornelia Schmid1 (Hannover)
    • Takashi Shimizu (Tokyo)
    • Josef Suk (Vienna,Prague)
    • Krzysztof Wegrzyn2 (Hannover)

 

 

Jury 2006

    • Thomas Brandis (Lübeck, London)
    • Edward Grach (Moskow)
    • Matthias Ilkenhans1 (Hannover)
    • Nam Yun Kim (Seoul)
    • Silvia Marcovici (Graz)
    • Sylvia Rosenberg (New York, London)
    • Tomotada Soh (London, Tokyo, Osaka)
    • Pavel Vernikov (Fiesole)
    • Donald Weilerstein (Boston, New York)
    • Krzysztof Wegrzyn2 (Hannover)
    • Hans-Christian Wille (Brunswick)

 

 

Jury 2003

    • Salvatore Accardo (Cremona)
    • Olivier Charlier (Paris)
    • Tatjana Grindenko (Moskow)
    • Tuomas Haapanen (Helsinki)
    • Nam Yun Kim (Seoul)
    • Takako Nishizaki (Howick/New Zealand)
    • Edith Peinemann (Frankfurt)
    • Kurt Sassmannshaus (Cincinnati)
    • Krzysztof Wegrzyn2 (Hannover)
    • Antje Weithaas (Berlin)

 

 

Jury 2000

    • Richard Jakoby2 (Hannover)
    • Dorothy DeLay3 (New York)
    • Rosa Fain (Düsseldorf)
    • Tatjana Gridenko (Moskow)
    • Michael Frischenschlager (Viennaa)
    • Koichiro Harada (Tokyo)
    • Ulf Hoelscher (Karlsruhe)
    • Nam Yun Kim (Seoul)
    • Herman Krebbers (Amsterdam)
    • Kurt Sassmannshaus (Cincinnati)
    • Krzysztof Wegrzyn (Hannover)
    • Wanda Wilkomirska (Heidelberg-Mannheim)

 

 

Jury 1997

    • Igor Bezrodny (Helsinki)
    • Dorothy DeLay (New York)
    • Jens Ellermann (Hannover)
    • Koichiro Harada (Tokyo)
    • Richard Jakoby (Hannover)
    • Nam Yun Kim (Seoul)
    • Herman Krebbers (Amsterdam)
    • Igor Ozim (Cologne, Bern)
    • Gyorgy Pauk (London)
    • Gérard Poulet (Paris)
    • Krzysztof Wegrzyn2 (Hannover)
    • Wanda Wilkomirska (Heidelberg-Mannheim)

 

 

Jury 1994

    • Salvatore Accardo (Roma)
    • Dorothy DeLay (New York)
    • Jens Ellermann (Hannover)
    • Michael Frischenschlager (Vienna)
    • Ryutaro Iwabuchi (Kyoto)
    • Richard Jakoby (Hannover)
    • Yfrah Neaman (London)
    • Igor Ozim (Cologne, Bern)
    • Gérard Poulet (Paris)
    • Henry Roth (Los Angeles)
    • Victor Tretjakow (Munich)
    • Krzysztof Wegrzyn2 (Hannover)

 

 

Jury 1991

    • Salvatore Accardo (Roma)
    • Pierre Amoyal (Lausanne)
    • Dorothy DeLay (New York)
    • Richard Jakoby (Hannover)
    • Wolfgang Marschner (Freiburg)
    • Yfrah Neaman (London)
    • Ruggiero Ricci (Salzburg)
    • Leon Spierer (Berlin)
    • Viktor Tretjakow (Moskow)
    • Krzysztof Wegrzyn2 (Hannover)

 

 

1only Final Round
2Chairman of the jury, non-voting
3Honorary Chairman of the jury

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