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US News Prestige competition for the violinist accompanied by the ONPL

13:40  20 october  2020
13:40  20 october  2020 Source:   ouest-france.fr

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Aylen Pritchin (Russie), premier grand prix 2014 du concours Long-Thibaud-Crespin. © Daniel Fouray Aylen Pritchin (Russia), first grand prize 2014 of the Long-Thibaud-Crespin competition.

A 27-year-old Russian musician won the first prize in the Long-Thibaud-Crespin competition yesterday in Paris. He was accompanied by the Orchester national des Pays de la Loire.

A young Russian, Aylen Pritchin, 27, won the Long-Thibaud-Crespin competition last night at the Champs-Élysées theater in Paris. The violinist was accompanied by the Orchester National des Pays de la Loire (ONPL), directed by Pascal Rophé, like the other four finalists who remained engaged at this stage of the international competition.

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Brand spectator

An unusual exercise for the ONPL, but which gives it good visibility. In the mythical room, a distinguished spectator: the violinist Ivry Gitlis, 92 years old, student of Jacques Thibaud, one of the creators of the competition in 1943. In Boston, Berlin, London, Tokyo ... the selections of this prestigious competition , one of the most difficult in the world, had selected 42 young musicians from 158 shortlisted candidates.

Five violinists, five concertos

Yesterday evening, the five violinists performed a concerto: Brahms for the German Frederike Starkloff; Sibelius for the Frenchwoman Hildegarde Fesneau; Shostakovich for the Russian Aylen Pritchin; Sibelius for the Japanese Naoka Aoki and Mendelssohn for the South Korean Kyung Ji Min. They had previously chained the tests before a jury chaired by the Italian violinist Salvatore Accordo, famous performer, among others, of Paganini concertos.

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De gauche à droite, les lauréats et le jury : Aylen Pritchin (Russie), Naoka Aoki (Japon), Hildegarde Fesneau (France), Kyung Ji Min (Corée du Sud), et Frederike Starkloff (Allemagne). © Daniel Fouray From left to right, the winners and the jury: Aylen Pritchin (Russia), Naoka Aoki (Japan), Hildegarde Fesneau (France), Kyung Ji Min (South Korea), and Frederike Starkloff (Germany).

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