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May, 2021

Friday
14
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Join internationally renowned conductor Jahja Ling and the Richmond Symphony in celebration of the Menuhin Competition Richmond 2021. Ling will be joined onstage by Angelo Xiang Yu, Senior 1st Prizewinner of the Menuhin Competition Oslo 2010 and a juror for this year’s Competition. Yu has won international acclaim for his astonishing technique and exceptional musical maturity. This spectacular concert will include a world premiere by Richmond native, Mason Bates, commissioned in honor of this year’s Competition.
Friday
14
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Competition Events Hosted by the Richmond Symphony to be Broadcast and Streamed by VPM, Virginia’s Home for Public Media

“Adopt a Performer” Program for Richmond Schools

Performances by the Richmond Symphony, Sphinx Virtuosi, Mark & Maggie O’Connor and 2018 Joint Junior 1st Prizewinners Chloe Chua and Christian Li

The Menuhin Competition, originally scheduled to bring 44 of the world’s most talented young violinists to Richmond in May of 2020, will take place virtually from May 14-23, 2021. It distinguishes itself among competitions not only with the high level of playing among participants, but also for creating a festive, nurturing and collegial environment and providing an immersive musical experience for competitors that goes far beyond the competition rounds themselves. The 2021 virtual Competition aims to fulfill that promise by recreating the Competition as an online event that connects competitors, jurors, viewers and guest artists with each other and with Richmond.
Saturday
15
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Competition Events Hosted by the Richmond Symphony to be Broadcast and Streamed by VPM, Virginia’s Home for Public Media

“Adopt a Performer” Program for Richmond Schools

Performances by the Richmond Symphony, Sphinx Virtuosi, Mark & Maggie O’Connor and 2018 Joint Junior 1st Prizewinners Chloe Chua and Christian Li

The Menuhin Competition, originally scheduled to bring 44 of the world’s most talented young violinists to Richmond in May of 2020, will take place virtually from May 14-23, 2021. It distinguishes itself among competitions not only with the high level of playing among participants, but also for creating a festive, nurturing and collegial environment and providing an immersive musical experience for competitors that goes far beyond the competition rounds themselves. The 2021 virtual Competition aims to fulfill that promise by recreating the Competition as an online event that connects competitors, jurors, viewers and guest artists with each other and with Richmond.
Saturday
15
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Join internationally renowned conductor Jahja Ling and the Richmond Symphony in celebration of the Menuhin Competition Richmond 2021. Ling will be joined onstage by Angelo Xiang Yu, Senior 1st Prizewinner of the Menuhin Competition Oslo 2010 and a juror for this year’s Competition. Yu has won international acclaim for his astonishing technique and exceptional musical maturity. This spectacular concert will include a world premiere by Richmond native, Mason Bates, commissioned in honor of this year’s Competition.
Sunday
16
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Competition Events Hosted by the Richmond Symphony to be Broadcast and Streamed by VPM, Virginia’s Home for Public Media

“Adopt a Performer” Program for Richmond Schools

Performances by the Richmond Symphony, Sphinx Virtuosi, Mark & Maggie O’Connor and 2018 Joint Junior 1st Prizewinners Chloe Chua and Christian Li

The Menuhin Competition, originally scheduled to bring 44 of the world’s most talented young violinists to Richmond in May of 2020, will take place virtually from May 14-23, 2021. It distinguishes itself among competitions not only with the high level of playing among participants, but also for creating a festive, nurturing and collegial environment and providing an immersive musical experience for competitors that goes far beyond the competition rounds themselves. The 2021 virtual Competition aims to fulfill that promise by recreating the Competition as an online event that connects competitors, jurors, viewers and guest artists with each other and with Richmond.
Monday
17
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Competition Events Hosted by the Richmond Symphony to be Broadcast and Streamed by VPM, Virginia’s Home for Public Media

“Adopt a Performer” Program for Richmond Schools

Performances by the Richmond Symphony, Sphinx Virtuosi, Mark & Maggie O’Connor and 2018 Joint Junior 1st Prizewinners Chloe Chua and Christian Li

The Menuhin Competition, originally scheduled to bring 44 of the world’s most talented young violinists to Richmond in May of 2020, will take place virtually from May 14-23, 2021. It distinguishes itself among competitions not only with the high level of playing among participants, but also for creating a festive, nurturing and collegial environment and providing an immersive musical experience for competitors that goes far beyond the competition rounds themselves. The 2021 virtual Competition aims to fulfill that promise by recreating the Competition as an online event that connects competitors, jurors, viewers and guest artists with each other and with Richmond.
Tuesday
18
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Competition Events Hosted by the Richmond Symphony to be Broadcast and Streamed by VPM, Virginia’s Home for Public Media

“Adopt a Performer” Program for Richmond Schools

Performances by the Richmond Symphony, Sphinx Virtuosi, Mark & Maggie O’Connor and 2018 Joint Junior 1st Prizewinners Chloe Chua and Christian Li

The Menuhin Competition, originally scheduled to bring 44 of the world’s most talented young violinists to Richmond in May of 2020, will take place virtually from May 14-23, 2021. It distinguishes itself among competitions not only with the high level of playing among participants, but also for creating a festive, nurturing and collegial environment and providing an immersive musical experience for competitors that goes far beyond the competition rounds themselves. The 2021 virtual Competition aims to fulfill that promise by recreating the Competition as an online event that connects competitors, jurors, viewers and guest artists with each other and with Richmond.
Wednesday
19
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Competition Events Hosted by the Richmond Symphony to be Broadcast and Streamed by VPM, Virginia’s Home for Public Media

“Adopt a Performer” Program for Richmond Schools

Performances by the Richmond Symphony, Sphinx Virtuosi, Mark & Maggie O’Connor and 2018 Joint Junior 1st Prizewinners Chloe Chua and Christian Li

The Menuhin Competition, originally scheduled to bring 44 of the world’s most talented young violinists to Richmond in May of 2020, will take place virtually from May 14-23, 2021. It distinguishes itself among competitions not only with the high level of playing among participants, but also for creating a festive, nurturing and collegial environment and providing an immersive musical experience for competitors that goes far beyond the competition rounds themselves. The 2021 virtual Competition aims to fulfill that promise by recreating the Competition as an online event that connects competitors, jurors, viewers and guest artists with each other and with Richmond.
Thursday
20
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Competition Events Hosted by the Richmond Symphony to be Broadcast and Streamed by VPM, Virginia’s Home for Public Media

“Adopt a Performer” Program for Richmond Schools

Performances by the Richmond Symphony, Sphinx Virtuosi, Mark & Maggie O’Connor and 2018 Joint Junior 1st Prizewinners Chloe Chua and Christian Li

The Menuhin Competition, originally scheduled to bring 44 of the world’s most talented young violinists to Richmond in May of 2020, will take place virtually from May 14-23, 2021. It distinguishes itself among competitions not only with the high level of playing among participants, but also for creating a festive, nurturing and collegial environment and providing an immersive musical experience for competitors that goes far beyond the competition rounds themselves. The 2021 virtual Competition aims to fulfill that promise by recreating the Competition as an online event that connects competitors, jurors, viewers and guest artists with each other and with Richmond.
Friday
21
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Competition Events Hosted by the Richmond Symphony to be Broadcast and Streamed by VPM, Virginia’s Home for Public Media

“Adopt a Performer” Program for Richmond Schools

Performances by the Richmond Symphony, Sphinx Virtuosi, Mark & Maggie O’Connor and 2018 Joint Junior 1st Prizewinners Chloe Chua and Christian Li

The Menuhin Competition, originally scheduled to bring 44 of the world’s most talented young violinists to Richmond in May of 2020, will take place virtually from May 14-23, 2021. It distinguishes itself among competitions not only with the high level of playing among participants, but also for creating a festive, nurturing and collegial environment and providing an immersive musical experience for competitors that goes far beyond the competition rounds themselves. The 2021 virtual Competition aims to fulfill that promise by recreating the Competition as an online event that connects competitors, jurors, viewers and guest artists with each other and with Richmond.
Saturday
22
More Info
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Competition Events Hosted by the Richmond Symphony to be Broadcast and Streamed by VPM, Virginia’s Home for Public Media

“Adopt a Performer” Program for Richmond Schools

Performances by the Richmond Symphony, Sphinx Virtuosi, Mark & Maggie O’Connor and 2018 Joint Junior 1st Prizewinners Chloe Chua and Christian Li

The Menuhin Competition, originally scheduled to bring 44 of the world’s most talented young violinists to Richmond in May of 2020, will take place virtually from May 14-23, 2021. It distinguishes itself among competitions not only with the high level of playing among participants, but also for creating a festive, nurturing and collegial environment and providing an immersive musical experience for competitors that goes far beyond the competition rounds themselves. The 2021 virtual Competition aims to fulfill that promise by recreating the Competition as an online event that connects competitors, jurors, viewers and guest artists with each other and with Richmond.
Sunday
23
More Info
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Competition Events Hosted by the Richmond Symphony to be Broadcast and Streamed by VPM, Virginia’s Home for Public Media

“Adopt a Performer” Program for Richmond Schools

Performances by the Richmond Symphony, Sphinx Virtuosi, Mark & Maggie O’Connor and 2018 Joint Junior 1st Prizewinners Chloe Chua and Christian Li

The Menuhin Competition, originally scheduled to bring 44 of the world’s most talented young violinists to Richmond in May of 2020, will take place virtually from May 14-23, 2021. It distinguishes itself among competitions not only with the high level of playing among participants, but also for creating a festive, nurturing and collegial environment and providing an immersive musical experience for competitors that goes far beyond the competition rounds themselves. The 2021 virtual Competition aims to fulfill that promise by recreating the Competition as an online event that connects competitors, jurors, viewers and guest artists with each other and with Richmond.