Paganini Competition - Highest Number of Prizes Held (minimum 3)

Highest Number of Prizes Held (minimum 3)

Giovanni Angeleri (Italy) 7 prizes Eijin Nimura (Japan) 5 prizes Yuki Manuela Janke (Germania/Japan) 4 prizes Jean-Pierre Wallez (France) 4 prizes Ilya Gringolts (Russia) 3 prizes Mengla Huang (China) 3 prizes Stephanie Jeong (USA) 3 prizes Feng Ning (China) 3 prizes Mariusz Patyra (Poland) 3 prizes Gabriele Pieranunzi (Italy) 3 prizes Sayaka Shoji (Japan) 3 prizes Reiko Watanabe (Japan) 3 prizes

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    Indeed, my mother’s beautiful face still shone with youthfulness that night when she so softly held my hands and sought to stop my tears; but, precisely, it seemed to me that this should not have happened, her anger would have saddened me less than this new sweetness that my childhood had never known; it seemed to me that, with a hidden and impious hand, I had just traced the first wrinkle and made appear the first grey hair in her soul.
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    The gifts she looks from me are packed and locked
    Up in my heart, which I have given already,
    But not delivered.
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)

    I can’t quite define my aversion to asking questions of strangers. From snatches of family battles which I have heard drifting up from railway stations and street corners, I gather that there are a great many men who share my dislike for it, as well as an equal number of women who ... believe it to be the solution to most of this world’s problems.
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