Arabesque Winds: Deidre Huckabay, flute/Liz Spector/Isabel Kim/Eryn Bauer/Sophie Goluses

Grand Prize Winner: Arabesque Winds

Deidre Huckabay, flute 

Liz Spector, oboe

Isabel Kim, clarinet 

Eryn Bauer, bassoon  

Sophie Goluses, horn 

The ensemble gave an astounding performance in the final round of the 2008 International Chamber Music Ensemble Competition at Carnegie Weill Recital Hall, performing Sechs Bagatelle by György Ligeti. 

Arabesque Winds

First Prize winners

Parnas Duo, String Ensemble. Group 2

Halcyon Quartet, Ensemble with Winds. Group 4  

Sospiro Quartet, Ensemble with Winds. Group 4

Alianza String Quartet, String Ensemble. Group 4  

Vinca Quartet, String Ensemble. Group 5 

MacLaine- Kazantsev Duo, Sonata Duo.  Group 4 

Duo mit Affekt, Sonata Duo. Group 5 

Clara Quartet, Piano Quartet. Group 5

Enhake, Ensemble with Winds. Group 5.  

Second Prize winners

to be posted

Third Prize winner

to be posted

Honorable mention

to be posted

Competition news

The 2008 ICMEC attracted more than seventy chamber ensembles that include musicians from Italy, Argentina, Germany, Japan, Spain, Canada, Israel and the United States. These ensembles came from the most prestigious musical institutions, such as New England Conservatory, Boston University, Boston Conservatory, Yale University, Eastman School of Music, Hartt School of Music, Walnut Hill School for the Arts, Phillips Academy, Mannes College of Music, University of Houston - Moores School of Music, Rice University - Shepherd School of Music and many others.