1st Prize: Ji Hwan PARK – South Korea
20.000 Euro gross and Gold Medal of Henryk Wieniawski Musical Society of Poznań for instrument ORSO
2nd Prize: Ji Hwan PARK – South Korea
3.000 Euro gross for instrument MASHA
2nd Prize: Krzysztof KRUPA (Poland)
3.000 Euro gross for instrument URSUS
Medal of Polish Artist Violin Maker Union for the highest violin-making qualities of the instrument – Ji Hwan PARK (South Korea), for instrument MASHA.
Medal of Henryk Wieniawski Musical Society for the highest acoustic qualities of the instrument – Piotr PIELASZEK (Poland), for instrument JAMBI.
“Złoty Groblicz” Special Prize for a highly valued ornamental qualities of the instrument – Stefan JAROSZ (Poland), for instrument SPARROW.
Special Prize of the Polish Artist Violin Maker Union for the best non-Polish finalist of the Competition not awarded a statutory prize – pictorial album “Polska sztuka lutnicza 1954-2004” [‘Violin Making Art in Poland 1954-2004’] – Debora SCIANAMÉ, for instrument NO HERO.
Extra-Statutory Prize endowed by ‘Artonus’ company: violin cases for laureates of three first prizes of the competition: Ji Hwan PARK, Krzysztof KRUPA and Philippe MAHU (violin case Elipe – for 1st Prize Winner, violin case Quart – for 2nd Prize Winner, violin case Pico – for 3rd Prize Winner).
Special Prize endowed by Jakub Niewczyk for highest ranked students of Ignacy Jan Paderewski Academy of Music in Poznań – three batches of sycamore wood –Piotr PIELASZEK, for instrument JAMBI.
Special Prize endowed by Jan Špidlen, a book “Čeští mistři houslaři Špidlenové” (‘Czech Violin Making Masters, the Špidlen family’) – Piotr PIELASZEK.
According to Polish tax regulations, all financial prizes and distinctions are subject to 10% tax. The tax is remitted by the organizer of the competition (Rules and Regulations).