Portrait of the 1st Stuttgart International Violin Competition (IVS)
The creation of the Guadagnini Foundation in 2019 laid the foundation for the Stuttgart International Violin Competition. The partnerships with the State University of Music and Performing Arts (HMDK) and the Stuttgart Philharmonic Orchestra with conductor Nabil Shehata set the stage with excellent artistic conditions and beautiful spaces from the outset. The high artistic standards the Guadagnini Foundation has set for the competition are also demonstrated by the top-class panel of judges and are reflected in the prize money.
The registration phase for the 1st Stuttgart International Violin Competition 2021 has ended.
All the applicants received an email notification regarding their registration in the competition by 1st October 2020
The expert judging panel selected 24 participants for the competition
Successful applicants confirmed their participation in the competition by 14th October 2020
and concert engagements with the Stuttgart Philharmonic Orchestra, the
Orchestra of the Symphoniker Hamburg, the Philharmonie Südwestfalen, the
Orchestra of the Symphoniker Nürnberg, the Robert-Schumann-Philharmonie
Chemnitz, the Mecklenburgische Staatskapelle Schwerin, the Erfurt Philharmonic Orchestra as well as further recitals.
The prize winner will also be granted a fabulous loan of a violin made by Giovanni Battista Guadagnini in 1746.
2nd prize: € 15,000.00 and the loan of a violin by J&A Beare for one year
3rd prize: € 10,000.00
Special prize, sponsored by Lions Club Stuttgart:
€ 3,000.00 for the best interpretation of a commissioned piece
Special prize, sponsored by Klassikal.com:
All three winners receive a two year membership on Klassikal.com, the platform that connects professionals in classical music.
The jury of the Stuttgart International Violin Competition