Join us at The Old Court as the three chosen Finalists give the performance of their lives to compete for the coveted title of WFISC 2021 Winner. Have your say in the vote for the Audience Prize – and the opportunity to say you heard them first!
The exciting array of WFISC prizes are valued at over £20,000, with a unique opportunity for the First Prize Winner to return to Windsor to play a concerto with our Associate Orchestra, the Philharmonia Orchestra, in the Waterloo Chamber, Windsor Castle during the 2022 Windsor Festival.
All Final recitals will be performed from each competitors’ country of residence and recorded for competition adjudication as a concert performance.
The three finalists in the order they will perform are:
||SongHa Choi, Violinist, 21, South Korea
||Otoha Tabata, Violist, 21, Japan
||Daniil Bulayev, Violinist, 17, Latvia
9.30pm Announcement of WFISC 2021 results, by live video stream from The Old Court Auditorium.
WFISC International Jury:
|Alexandra Van Ingen
‘I am at a loss for words. Everything about it was inspirational.’ Nathan Meltzer (2017 Winner)