Yehudi Menuhin’s key to success was his excellent music education as a child and his ongoing dialogue and collaboration with fellow musicians. To enable young violinists from all over the world to have an equally enriching and stimulating environment, he founded the Menuhin Competition in Folkestone/Britain in 1983. Dubbed ‘the Olympics of the Violin’ it is the world’s leading competition for young musicians under the age of 22. Many of its prize winners have gone on to successful international careers.
To celebrate the 100th anniversary of Yehudi Menuhin’s birthday, the Menuhin Competition returns to London for the first time since 2004. International soloists and 44 of the world’s best young violinists will star in an 11-day festival of concerts and events for all ages from 7-17 April 2016. With a star-studded jury – many of them former prize winners – and a programme dedicated to Yehudi Menuhin, the Menuhin Competition London 2016 is an event not to be missed.
Win tickets to the Senior Finals!
We have three pairs of tickets to The Senior Finals of the Menuhin Competition London 2016 at the Royal Festival Hall on Saturday 16 April to give away.
Witness the culmination of the Menuhin Competition London 2016. Four of the world’s finest young violinists will perform to an international jury to win the coveted Senior 1st Prize of the Menuhin Competition London 2016. Each competitor will perform their choice of one of four violin concertos. Listeners in the Royal Festival Hall will also vote for their winner who will be awarded the Audience Prize.
For your chance to win simply read this article about the friendship between Yehudi Menuhin and BKS Iyengar to find the answer to the question below.
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What year did Yehudi Menuhin and BKS Iyengar first meet?
Competition closes Wednesday 6 April, 2016.
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