Awards and Winners 2016

Honorary Mention: Natanja Uys qualified for 7 consecutive years and participated in every competition from 2009 – 2015

Honorary Mention: Leo Huan qualified for 5 consecutive years and participated in every competition and was a finalist 2015 & 2016

Best performance of a Baroque work in the 1st round: Qden Blaauw

Best performance of a Baroque work in the 1st round – 10 years and younger:

Teboho Motsatse

Best performance of a Classical work in the 2nd round:  Leo Gevisser

Best performance of a Romantic work in the 3rd round:  Leo Gevisser

Tygerberg prize:  Qden Blaauw

Audience Prize: Ah-Young Moon

Category prize – Piano: Qden Blaauw & Leo Gevisser

Category prize – Strings: Gilah Kellner

Category prize – Strings (Runner up)  Pendo Masote

Category prize for the best development candidate – Strings:

Feng Mei Chuang

Category prize – Woodwinds: Keon Muller

Category prize – Woodwinds (Runner up): Liam Slabbert

Most promising development candidate: Feng Mei Chuang

Project prize for the most successful development project: Manguang String Project

Most promising candidate of 10 years and younger: Teboho Motsatse

Most promising candidate of 10 years and younger (runner-up): Jaden van Balla

Best performance of a SA Composition – 3rd prize: Leo Huan

Best performance of a SA Composition – 2nd prize: Qden Blaauw

Best performance of a SA Composition: Leo Gevisser

Leon Hartshorne Prize: Qden Blaauw & Leo Gevisser

Third Prize and Bronze Medal: Leo Huan

The Johanna van der Spuy Memorial Prize and Gold Medal:

Qden Blaauw & Leo Gevisser

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