Maurice Vieux International Viola Competition

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The Maurice Vieux International Viola Competition (French: Le Concours International d'Alto Maurice Vieux) is an international music competition for viola players established in 1983 by the French viola society Les Amis de l'Alto. The competition is named for the French viola player and teacher Maurice Vieux.

Maurice Vieux International Viola Competition[edit]

No. Year Location 1st Prize 2nd Prize 3rd Prize Notes / Jurists
5 2000 France Antoine Tamestit (tie)
Romania Aroa Sorin (tie)
not awarded United Kingdom Lawrence Power Marc-Olivier Dupin (Chairman), Gérard Caussé, Bruno Pasquier, Michaël Lévinas, Tabea Zimmermann, Thomas Riebl, Jesse Levine
4 1992 Ville Nouvelle de Melun-Sénart France Benoît Marin
3 1989 Orléans Soviet Union Andrei Gridchuk
(Андрей Гридчук)
Japan Tomoko Ariu France Pierre Lénert (fr) Claude-Henry Joubert (Chairman), Yuri Bashmet, Marc Carles, Thomas A. Guilissen, Ulrich Koch, Bruno Pasquier, Tabea Zimmermann
2 1986 Lille Norway Lars Anders Tomter France François Schmitt (tie)
Romania Teodor Coman (tie)
France Sabine Toutain Betsy Jolas (Chairman), Emile Cantor, Claude Ducrocq, Paul Hadjaje, Georges Longrée, Erwin Schiffer, Maurice W. Riley
1 1983 Paris Germany Tabea Zimmermann Romania Marius Nichiteanu (de) France Pascal Cocherli 4th Prize: France Pascal Robault

References[edit]

  • Riley, Maurice W. (1991). The History of the Viola, Volume II, 175-180.

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