#9: Winner's Club

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  • #Flute
  • #Clarinet

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After a brutal 24 hours from the last sounding breath to the announcement of the results, the wait for our wonderful woodwind competitors is finally over. The judges take into account not only how each competitor played in the final, but growth over the arc of the whole competition. 

The violinists have been both blessed and cursed, in playing two finals, the last completed just a few hours ago, a tour de force of Nielsen’s First Violin Concerto in three very different voices. Sometimes one voice must be lifted up. 

Violin

  • First Prize:Johan Dalene, 18, Sweden
  • Second Prize:Marie-Astrid Hulot, 21, France 
  • Third Prize:Anna Agafia Egholm, 22, Denmark 


Clarinet

  • First Prize:Blaz Sparovec, 24, Slovenia
  • Second Prize:Aron Chiesa, 22, Italy
  • Third Prize:Víctor Díaz Guerra, 22, Spain


Flute

  • First Prize:Joséphine Olech,24,France
  • Second Prize:Marianna Julia Żołnacz,20,Poland 
  • Third Prize:Rafael Adobas Bayog,21,Spain


PRIZE FOR BEST INTERPRETATION

  • Rafael Adobas Bayog, flute
  • Ann Lepage, clarinet
  • Anna Agafia Egholm, violin


CHILDREN'S JURY PRIZE 

  • Joséphine Olech, flute
  • Blaz Sparevec, clarinet
  • Anna Agafia Egholm, violin


ODENSE SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA PRIZE

  • Joséphine Olech, flute
  • Blaz Sparevec, clarinet
  • Johan Dalene, violin



Every competitor in the Nielsen has grown exponentially in these ten days. Congratulations to all.


Far better is it to dare mighty things, to win glorious triumphs, even though checkered by failure... than to rank with those poor spirits who neither enjoy nor suffer much, because they live in a gray twilight that knows not victory nor defeat. --- Theodore Roosevelt

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