Second prize and €14,000 was awarded to Japanese violinist Tomotaka Seki, who will solo with the Pannon Philharmonics.
Third prize with €8,000 went to German-Polish-Japanese violinist Maya Alexandra Kasprzak, who will perform with the House of Music Hungary, MÜPA Hungary.
The fourth, fifth, and sixth prizes were awarded to Lorenz Karls, Gáspár Kelemen, Kryštof Kohout, respectively. Karls will also feature at the Bartók Memorial House at the Liszt Academy of Music.
Additionally, Kelemen was awarded the €2,000 prize for the best Bartók interpretation and will receive the chance to perform with the Bartók Radio, Hungarian National Philharmonic, Zemplén Festival, House of Music Hungary, and the Hungarian Radio Symphony Orchestra.
The 2023 international jury for violin comprised Stephan Picard, Daniel Phillips, Maxim Rysanov, Roland Daugareil, Yayoi Toda, Kristóf Baráti, Gyula Fekete, Péter Halász, and András Keller.
To view the live rounds of the competition, click here.