Haverhill Sinfonia is now closed. 10 July 2017

Deena Shypitka Music Awards

 These music awards were in memory of Deena Shypitka – Deena was involved with Haverhill Sinfonia since it began in 1986. Her commitment to the orchestra was tremendous, organising everything and everyone – also dealing with the large amount of administration. Deena died in 2013. She is very much missed by everyone who knew her.

Award-Winners 2016

Nicolas Dupont (24, Belgian, Violin)
Royal Academy of Music
£1,000

Eleanor Corr (23, British, Violin)
Royal Academy of Music
£500

Alexander McFarlane (21, New Zealand, viola)
Guildhall School of Music and Drama
£500

Joseph Davies (23, British, Cello)
Royal College of Music
£500

Raymond Wui Man Yiu (23, British, Piano)
Guildhall School of Music and Drama
£750

Jihyun Chang (24, South Korean, Flute)
Royal Northern College of Music
£750

 

Award-Winners 2015

Andrew Reynish (21, British, Cello)
Royal Danish Academy of Music
£1,000

Anna Orlik (27, Polish, Violin)
Royal Academy of Music
£500

Jonathan Morris (23, Irish, Piano)
Guildhall School of Music and Drama
£500

Luka Okros (24, Georgian, Piano)
Royal College of Music
£500

Niklas Oldemeier (22, British, Piano)
Royal Academy of Music
£500

Jason Lewis (26, British, Trumpet)
Royal Academy of Music
£500

 

Award-Winners 2014

Jacob Shaw (26, British, Cello)
Royal Danish Academy of Music
£1,000

Julian Clef (24, Indian, Piano)
Guildhall School of Music and Drama
£500, sponsored by Haverhill Research Park

Fulvio Capra (21, Italian, Clarinet)
Royal Academy of Music
£500

Thomas Aldren (22, British, Violin)
Royal Academy of Music
£350

Henry Roberts (23, British, Flute)
Guildhall School of Music and Drama
£350

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