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Schoenfeld International String Competition (or SISC)
Schoenfeld International String Competition (or SISC)
ABOUT THIS COMPETITION
Schoenfeld International String Competition was founded in 2013 in honor of the violinist Alice Schoenfeld and her late sister, the cellist Eleonore Schoenfeld, both legendary performers and pedagogues. With the support of the Foundation, we continue to build a multifaceted platform for gifted violinists, cellists, and chamber music performers.
MAIN OFFICE
217 East Magna Avenue
Arcadia, CA 91006
UNITED STATES
WEBSITE
ELIGIBILITY
- Open to competitors from all nations
- Previous 1st prize winner resubmission will not be accepted
- Age limit: not over 30
ARTISTIC DISCIPLINE(S)
Strings • Chamber Music: Piano Trio, Piano Quartet, String Quartet
DETAILS
Travel Covered? Yes
Frequency Biennial
First prize $10,000 to $50,000
Smallest prize Less than $5,000
Additional prizes Performances
Management
Jury chair(s) David Cerone (Violin), David Geringas (Cello)
Jury size 11 or more
Application deadline March 31, 2018
SEMIFINALS (live rounds)
Harbin Conservatory of Music, Harbin, China
FINALS (live rounds)
Harbin Concert Hall / Harbin Grand Theatre, Harbin, China
COMPETITION OPEN TO THE PUBLIC?
Semifinals Semifinals streamed
Finals Finals streamed
PAST COMPETITION WINNERS
2016 Andi Zhang & Yun Tang, co-winners, Violin Division Christopher Croise, winner of Cello Division Notos Quartet, winner of Chamber Division2014 Ji-won Song (Winner of Violin Division, 2014) Ja-Kyoung Huh (Winner of Cello Division, 2014) Goldmund Quartet (Winner of Chamber Division, 2014)2013 Jinjoo Cho (Winner of Violin Division, 2013) Julian Schwarz (Winner of Cello Division, 2013) Gloucester String Quartet (Winner of Chamber Division, 2013)
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