Eimi Wakui

Eimi Wakui

Japan, 1992.

EIMI WAKUI dobitnica je 6. nagrade na 11. Međunarodnom violinističkom natjecanju Vaclav Huml 2017. a laureat je i niza međunarodnih natjecanja. Dobitnica je 3. nagrade na Međunarodnom violinističkom natjecanju Tibor Varga Sion Valais, posebne nagrade na Međunarodnom natjecanju Toruń 2016., 1. nagrade na međunarodnom natjecanju Euro Asia Young International, 2. nagrade na međunarodnom violinističkom natjecanju Oleh Krysa, 3. nagrada na međunarodnom violinističkom natjecanju Mirecourt, finalistica na međunarodnom natjecanju Isang Yun, 3. nagrade na međunarodnom natjecanju Yankelevitch, 5. nagrade na međunarodnom violinističkom natjecanju Schoenfeld, 2. nagrade na Antonio Vivaldi natjecanju u Beču te dobitnica specijalne nagrade na Međunarodnom violinističkom natjecanju Karol Lipiński u Toruńu.
Kao solistica nastupala je s Orchester de Chambre de Lausanne (Švicarska), Torunjski simfonijski orkestar (Poljska), Sendai Philharmonic Orchestra (Japan), Orchester Symphonique et Lyrique de Nancy (Francuska), Zagrebačkom filharmonijom (Hrvatska), Lviv regionalnom filharmonijom (Ukrajina), Komorni filharmonijski orkestar Witold Lutosławski (Poljska), Festivalski orkestar Tongyeong (Južna Koreja), Akademski simfonijski orkestar Omsk (Rusija) i Simfonijski orkestar Harbin (Kina).
Eimi Wakui rođen je u Tokiju u Japanu. Violinu je počela učiti sa 5 godina. Nakon što je završila srednju glazbenu školu Toho Gakuen i diplomski solistički studij na akademiji Toho Gakuen, nastavlja studirati na Sveučilištu Mozarteum u Salzburg kod profesora Pierrea Amoyala.

EIMI WAKUI is the winner of the 6th prize in the previous International Vaclav Huml Violin Competition in 2017 and several international violin competitions, such as the 3rd prize in the Tibor Varga International Violin Competition Sion Valais, prize winner and special prize winner in the International Violin Competition – Toruń 2016, 1st prize in the Euro Asia Young International Competition, 2nd prize in the Oleh Krysa International Violin Competition, 3rd prize in the Mirecourt International Violin Competition, finalist in the International Isang Yun competition, 3rd prize in the Yankelevitch International Violin Competition, 5th prize in the Schoenfeld International String Competition, 2nd prize in the Antonio Vivaldi International Competition Vienna and prize winner and special prize winner of the International Karol Lipiński Violin Competition Toruń.
Her performances as a soloist with orchestras include the Orchestre de Chambre de Lausanne (Switzerland), Torun Symphony Orchestra (Poland), Sendai Philharmonic Orchestra (Japan), Orchestre Symphonique et Lyrique de Nancy (France), Zagreb Philharmonic Orchestra (Croatia), Lviv Regional Philharmonic (Ukraine), Witold Lutosławski Chamber Philharmonic Orchestra (Poland), Tongyeong Festival Orchestra (South Korea), Omsk Academic Symphony Orchestra (Russia) and Harbin Symphony Orchestra (China).
Eimi Wakui was born in Tokyo, Japan. She started studying the violin at the age of 5. After graduating the Toho Gakuen Music High School and the Toho Gakuen College Music Department Soloist Diploma Course, she is continuing her studies at the Mozarteum University in Salzburg with Professor Pierre Amoyal.

Prvi izlučni krug / 1st elimination round
Johann Sebastian Bach: Ciaccona iz 2. partite za violinu solo u d–molu, BWV 1004 / Ciaccona from Violin Partita No. 2 in D minor, BWV 1004
Niccolò Paganini: Dva capriccia iz op. 1 za violinu solo: 11, 17 / Two capriccios from opus No. 1 for solo violin: 11, 17
Bruno Vlahek: Perpetuum II
 
Polufinale / Semfinal
Maurice Ravel: Sonata za violinu i glasovir u G–duru, br. 2 / Violin Sonata No. 2 in G major
Allegretto
Blues. Moderato
Perpetuum mobile. Allegro
Karol Szymanowski: Notturno e Tarantella, op. 28
Grażyna Bacewicz: Sonata za violinu solo br. 2 / Sonata Nr. 2 for violin solo
 
Finale I / Final I
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Koncert za violinu i orkestar u A–duru, KV 219 /
Violin Concerto No. 5 in A major, KV 219
Allegro aperto
Johannes Brahms: Koncert za violinu i orkestar u D–duru, op. 77 / Violin Concerto in D major, Op. 77
Allegro non troppo
Adagio
Allegro giocoso, ma non troppo vivace
 
Finale II / Final II
Johannes Brahms: Koncert za violinu i orkestar u D–duru, op. 77 / Violin Concerto in D major, Op. 77
Allegro non troppo
Adagio
Allegro giocoso, ma non troppo vivace