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Hans Christian Aavik won the first prize in the soloist category at the international competition “Cadenza Contest”
Hans Christian Aavik, who since 2017 is playing on the violin, built by the Italian instrument maker Giovanni Paolo Maggini, which is part of the collection of the Instrument Foundation, achieved first prize in the soloist category, at the international competition “Cadenza Contest”.
The financial prize of the awarded place is accompanied by a concert, in the 2021/2022 season, at a concert hall in Europe, chosen by Cadenza Contest Management.
Hans Christian Aavik, who is performing on a violin of the Instrument Foundation, won first prize at the Estonian string instrument competition
I am sincerely privileged to recognise and thank the founders of the Estonian Musical Instrument Foundation and encourage all music friends with social responsibility to support the foundation.
Minister of Culture
April 2015–April 2019
We are among the founders of the Foundation to establish a perfect example of cooperation between sectors. The Foundation has extensive monetary requirements which is a match with our main activities.
CEO, Swedbank Estonia
January 2015–June 2019