Kelemen and Benyounes quartets split second prize at Sándor Végh competition

The jury at the inaugural International Sándor Végh String Quartet Competition in Budapest chose not to award a first prize. The Kelemen Quartet from Hungary and the Benyounes Quartet from the UK shared the second prize, each receiving €12,000. Swiss ensemble the Belenus Quartet won a ...

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