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  1. We've set the date of April 21-22, 2023 for our next meeting and maker's competition. It will be held at Wildacres Retreat in western North Carolina just off the Blue Ridge Parkway. 2 full days of presentations and workshops, accommodations on or off site. Check in will be Thursday afternoon, April 19, and check out on Sunday morning, April 23. More details are available at our website landing page http://southernviolinassociation.com If you're interested in receiving our bulletins and updates, send me a personal message and I'll get you onto our database. Thanks.
  2. RULES 1. Draw a violin outline with f holes free hand (without any technical help of a ruler or divider). It is allowed to make a drawing looking at a picture. 2. Please post your drawing and nothing else, no comments on your own drawing are allowed. 3. Each participant can submit one drawing. 4. Drawings can be submitted until December 31,2021 5. No comments allowed until 1-1-2022, not even on your own drawing. 6. In January participants can give awards to each other and make comments. Funny names for the awards are allowed, but with respect please. Comments on your own drawing are then allowed too. People who made the drawing from a picture may show the picture. 7. No word fights, no comments using YouTube. 8. Lets have fun! 9. for any questions PM me please.
  3. It's not me. It's Norman Lebrecht! Full article here... https://thecritic.co.uk/a-worthy-heiress-to-princess-ida/ Some trenchant competition criticism, too. Sure to ruffle Carl Stross's plummage, eh? lulz. More praise for Ida, a diss on Kuschnir and the new Russian school. I rather like Hahn and Sophie-Mutter though. Or is he just yearning for the old days? And any number of LA/OC Audiophile active members can tell you that analog does sound different than most digital. That's another can of worms. I think it usually depends on how recorded and processed. WHY DO VIOLINISTS NOW SOUND THE SAME? By Norman Lebrecht On September 3, 2020 From my monthly essay in The Critic: …The loss of character hit me one summer’s day in the 1990s when an ephemeral star was making an arse of himself in a German studio, insisting that analogue recording was “purer” than digital. At close of play, I hit a bar with the audio team and was halfway down a wheat-beer when the Mendelssohn concerto came over the sound system. We tried guess-the-soloist. Not Heifetz, Milstein, Ida, Oistrakh. Not x, y or z, the recent Gramophone covers. Not anyone else we recognised. Who, then? I asked to see the CD cover. To our horror, the player was the same overrated soloist whose vanities we had endured all day long, his sound as insipid as instant coffee. The kaleidoscopic art of violin playing had lost its flavour, like chewing-gum, in the pop song, on the bedpost overnight.
  4. RESULTS OF 2017 VIOLIN MAKERS COMPETITION EVENT HELD AT WILDACRES RETREAT, VILLAGE OF LITTLE SWITZERLAND, NORTH CAROLINA APRIL 20-23 CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR WINNING VIOLI N MAKERS Workmanship Awards 1st Place - Alvaro Corrochano - NYC 2nd Place - Cameron Robertson - Atlanta, GA 3rd Place - Jennifer Halenar - Nashville, TN Cert. of Merit - Ed Byler - Bonners' Ferry, Idaho Honorable Mention Joe Thrift, Elkin, NC Greg Tracy, Raleigh, NC Ed Byler, Bonners Ferry, ID Tone Awards 1st Place - Jack Rasmussen - Arlington, TX 2nd Place - Ed Byler -- Bonners Ferry, ID 3rd Place - Ivan Ivanov - Arlington, TX Cert. of Merit - Ray Leicht - Tuscaloosa, AL Honorable Mention, Jennifer Halenar -- Nashville TN Ray Leicht -- Tuscaloose, AL Adam Gotry/Greg Tracy/Dustin Fagg Team SOUTHERN MAKER AWARD -- Highest scoring maker from the Southeast Region, combined tone and workmanship Jennifer Halenar - Nashville, TNH NOVICE MA-KER AWARD -- Highest scoring violin made by a maker or eligible team with less than 10 violins completed team of Adam Goltry, Greg Tracy, and Dustin Fagg COMPETITION JUDGES were Kelvin Scott - Knoxville, TN Chris Germain - Philadelphia, PA John Montgomery - Raleigh, NC Pablo Alfaro - Atlanta, GA Juan Ramirez - Atlanta, GA
  5. Dance USA Dance Dance USA Dance is a brand new type of contest that takes the world of Indian cinema, and bollywood music to a whole new level. We've comprised the most talented dance teams from workshops all across the country, and have brought them to New Jersey.
  6. The Southern Violin Association announces its first “MAKERS COMPETITION” which will take place April 20-24, 2017. This is open to violins only. The venue for this event will be at a conference facility in Black Mountain, North Carolina, about 15 miles east of the city of Asheville. · Violins must be less than 5 years old · Must not have received any previous awards · There will be a NOVICE award for a maker that has not yet completed more than 10 instruments · There will be a special award for a high-scoring violin by a maker from one of the states identified in our logo. · This competition is open to the public, but to participate, you will need to be, or become, a member of the association. · More than one violin may be entered, acceptance of a second instrument will depend on the total number of entrants. Rules and Application may be obtained from David Chandler, President, Southern Violin Association via email at davidwchandler@outlook.com or by writing to David Chandler, 201 Riverlinks Drive, Burnsville, NC 28714 USA.
  7. Hi all, I don’t know if it is proper to post this topic here or not. I am looking for a cello competition for 8 grader student near Boston area but cannot find any good information from web. School teacher and my private cello teacher did not give me too much help either. My cello teacher is a very detail and very professional teacher. Sometimes when we spent months to finished a music, she said I can try a competition by that piece of music. This time she told me that again which is very encourage me. I have joined school district competition last year and I am seeking some other competitions. Bigger or smaller one does not matter to me because I need to experience it. I am very appreciated if someone can give me information about this or give me direction where I can start. YuCello
  8. The Animato International Violin Competition is little known around the world, but has a very generous prize purse as well as the top performer is given the opportunity to play with a full orchestra commanded by John Curro and receives a Guarneri replica violin, handcrafted by Konrad Kohlert, valued at $20,000 AUD The Animato International Violin Competition is for violin players 17 and under as of the 24 November 2013. This year's competition will be held over the 22-24 November weekend in the historic Old Museum Building, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. The final performance will be on 24 November, 2pm. To see the repertoire list as well as the full details, please visit the competition page here ----> http://www.violinist.com/discussion/editmessage.cfm?MessageID=329197'>[EDIT]
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