Seniors  (17-27)

Vasilisa Neliubina

Round I

J.S. Bach - Violin Partita No. 1
in B minor, BWV 1002
Allemande, Double; Courante, Double N. Paganini - Caprice No. 18, Op.1
Round II 

S, Prokofiev - Violin Sonata No. 1
J. Sibelius - Humoresque No. 1,        Op. 87
C. Saint-Saens - Introduction and Rondo Capriccioso
Round III 
W.A. Mozart - Violin Concerto No. 4 in D major, K. 218
D. Shostakovich - Violin Concerto   No. 2 , Op. 129

Country, city:

School/Teacher name:

Sergei Ostrovsky


Vasilisa Neliubina born in Perm, Russia in 2000. She began studying the violin at the age 4. She attended
music school under Shevtsova Tatiana, College of Music at Moscow Conservatory under Vladimir
Ivanov/Elena Chvertok, Moscow Conservatory (2020-2022) under Vladimir Ivanov, and currently
studying  with Sergei Ostrovsky at High School of Music in Geneva (Neuchatel). She performed with
Vladimir Spivakov, National Philharmonic Orchestra of Russia; Alexander Sladkovsky, Tatarstan
Youth Orchestra; Piotr Yurkov, Orpheus Orchestra; with the orchestra of Perm Opera and Ballet
Theatre. From 2007 to 2021 laureate of All-Russian youth competitions. Laureate: Delphic Games
of Russia 2021 Perm (1-st Prize); All-Russian Violin Competition named after the Honored Art Worker
of the Russian Federation G.S. Turchaninova 2021 (1-st Prize); All-Russian Violin Competition “Magic
bow” 2021 (2-nd Prize) Diploma holder: 5-th All-Russian Competition of symphony orchestra artists
2022 (has invited to the RNMSO Orchestra). She plays a violin on loan from LaLive foundation


Toma Bervetsky

Round I

J.S. Bach- Sonata for Violin Solo No. 1 in G Minor, BWV 1001
Adagio and Fuga
N.Paganini - Toma Bervetsky   
Caprice for Solo Violin, Op. 1, No. 17
Round II 

J. Suk - Love Song Op.7, No.1
N. Milstein - Paganiniana, Variations for Violin Solo
C. Franck - Sonata in A major for Violin and Piano
Round III 
W.A.Mozart - Violin Concerto No. 5  in A major, K. 219                                   D. Shostakovich - Violin Concerto   No. 1 in A minor,  Op. 77

Country, city:
Ukraine, France/Versailles

School/Teacher name:

Alexandre Brussilovsky

Toma Bervetsky was born on February 22, 2000, in Lviv, Ukraine. At the age of six, he began studying at the Lviv Specialized Secondary Music School named after Solomiya Krushelnitska with Professor Y. Sokolovsky. From 2013 studied violin at Alfred Schnittke Akademie International ((amburg), and from 2015 – in the Conservatoire à Rayonnement Régional de Versailles Grand Parc with professor Alexandre Brussilovsky.

Toma Bervetsky is the winner of national and international Competitionsn National Competition “New Names of Ukraine”, II National Competition of chamber music (I prize), “Talents for Europe” in Slovakia(III prize), Bundeswettbewerb “Jugend musiziert” in the violin solo category (I prize), Semper Music International Competition (Schlern, Italy)2016 (I prize), International competition Flame (Paris)-o(I prize), Myroslav Skoryk International Violin Competition (II prize) 2018.

(he has also participated in masterclasses with renowned musicians such as Viktor Tretiakov, Michael Koppelman, Liana Isakadze, and Vladimir Landsman.

In 2016, Toma Bervetsky won a recording on NDR Kultur. (e has performed recitals and concerts as a soloist with orchestras in Ukraine, Poland, Italy, Germany, France, and the USA.