The Antonín Dvořák International Radio Competition or Concertino Praga has delighted South Bohemian audiences for the fifty-second time.
This year’s competition has been won by the fourteen-year-old pianist Vsevolod Zavidov from Russia.
A finale performance as part of the 2021 Dvořák Prague Festival, a significant scholarship, a professional radio recording and a series of concerts.
This year for the first time, the finals of the Concertino Praga competition will add the exciting atmosphere of direct confrontation.
The international jury evaluated the finalists for this year’s Concertino Praga competition remotely during the last week of April.
Fourteen-year-old Russian pianist Vsevolod Zavidov won the 54th edition of Concertino Praga.
Violinist Daniel Matejča from the Czech Republic received the second prize in the final of the Concertino Praga 2020.
Another successful Russian competitor in the 54th edition of Concertino Praga was trumpeter Aleksandr Rublev. He won the third prize.
The youngest finalist, pianist Jan Schulmeister from the Czech Republic, received the 1st degree honourable mention in Concertino Praga 2020.