Competition Rounds at the Royal Academy of Music to Be Live- Streamed!
29 March 2016 – Maxim Vengerov ‘Checks Out’ Guarnieri del Gesu that will be given on loan to Junior 1st Prize winner
The Junior 1st Prize winner of the Menuhin Competition London 2016 will receive the glorious violin Joseph Guarneri del Gesu on a 1-year loan from Florian Leonhard Fine Violins.
15 March 2016 – Maxim Vengerov ‘Checks Out’ Strad that will be given on loan to Senior 1st Prize winner
The Senior 1st Prize winner of the Menuhin Competition London 2016 will receive the the glorious Golden period Antonio Stradivari violin, ‘Schneiderhan’ (Cremona, 1715)
Beloved British radio and television presenter and actor Nicholas Parsons is to narrate the London Premiere of Nathaniel Stookey’s The Composer Is Dead with text by Lemony Snicket
01 March 2016 – Two London 2016 Competitors Performed Surprise Commuter Concert At St Pancras International Station
Two Menuhin 100 competitors surprised Southeastern‘s passengers when they performed on Platforms 11-13 at St Pancras International Station.
We are delighted to announce that The Prince Of Wales has agreed to be the Patron of the centenary edition of the Menuhin Competition, returning to London from 7 to 17 April.
20 January – Artistic Director and Austin 2014’s Junior 1st Prize perform at World Economic Forum in Davos
16 year old violin prodigy Rennosuke Fukuda, winner of the Junior 1st Prize at 2014’s edition of the Menuhin Competition, performed a recital at the World Economic Forum in Davos
We are thrilled to announce the 44 incredibly talented young violinists who will compete in the Menuhin Competition London 2016 from 7-17 April.