Thursday, August 14, 2014

VICTOR TRENEV: Grand Prize 2014


ENKOR Piano and Violin Competition 2014
VICTOR TRENEV | Bulgaria | Age 13 | Violin B
Grand Prize Winner



Tchaikovsky Melodie Op. 42, No.3



Lalo Symphonie Espagnol, Op.21, 1st Movement


Victor Trenev is studying violin with Yulia Angelova in the National School of Music Lubomir Pipkov, Sofia.
He has won several major national and international competitions and  his name is in the Dimitar Berbatov Foundation's yearly almanac of the most talented and successful Bulgarian children for four consequent years by now.

His professional inspiration is the great violinst Leonid Kogan. He also is a big fan of Metallica, Avenged Sevenfold, FC Barcelona, Karl May and Henryk Sienkiewicz.


Awards
Second Prize at 16th Edition of Remember Enescu International Violin Competition 2013, Sinaia, Romania
First Prize at 54th Edition of Jaroslav Kocian International Violin Competition 2012, Usti nad Orlici, Czech Republic
First Prize, Gold Medal and Special Prize (100 points) at International Music Competition for Young Musicians, Pernik, Bulgaria
Special Prize (100 points) at 5th Edition of the International Violin Competition 2011, Nis, Serbia
First Prize at International Competition Young Virtuosos Emil Kamilarov 2010, Sofia, Bulgaria
First Prize at 22nd National Competition for performers and singers Svetoslav Obretenov 2010, Provadia, Bulgaria
First Prize and Gold Medal at Orpheus Gift 2010, Sofia, Bulgaria

Masterclasses
Kevin Lawrence, University of North Carolina School of the Arts, USA
Kevork Mardirossian, Professor of Music (Violin), Indiana University Bloomington, USA
Leonid Kerbel, Brussels, Belgium
Micho Dimitrov, violinist, Musician of the Year 2013 (Bulgaria), Huizen, The Netherlands 
Rossitza Jekova-Goza, DMA, College of Fine Arts and Humanities, West Texas A&M University, USA
Prof. Mincho Minchev, Folkwang School in Essen, Germany
Vesko Eschkenazy, concertmaster, Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Victor Trenev &
the great virtuoso Nigel Kennedy, 2007
Victor Trenev &
 the great virtuoso Joshua Bell, 2013

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