Bùi Công Duy
Global Music Partnership
GMP Education Center
GMP Honorary Professor of Violin
Hanoi, Vietnam
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Deputy Rector for Concert Activities of the Vietnam National Academy of Music.
Artistic Director of Vietnam Classical Players.
Executive Director of Vietnam Connection Music Festival.

Acclaimed for his elegant, yet passionate and powerful performances, beautiful tone, and extraordinary technical execution, violinist Bùi Công Duy, winner of the First Prize and Gold Medal at the 3rd International Tchaikovsky Competition for Young Musicians (1997), is a young musician with a growing international career as a soloist and pedagogue.

Mr. Duy has appeared as a soloist with orchestras worldwide including Novosibirsk Philharmonic, Samara Philharmonic, Ịjhevsk Philharmonic, Saint-Petersburg Kapella Philharmonic, Moscow Philharmonic, Berliner Symphoniker, TrondheimSolisten, London Festival Orchestra, Brno Symphony Orchestra, Philippines Philharmonic Orchestra, Busan Philharmonic Orchestra, Ho Chi Minh Symphony Orchestra, Hanoi Philharmonic Orchestra, and Vietnam National Symphony Orchestra. He has made concert tours in Italy, France, Germany, Switzerland, Macedonia, Poland, England, Croatia, Russia, Denmark, Norway, Malaysia, Philippines, China, Japan, South Korea, and Vietnam. He has been a featured soloist in many prestigious concert series and events such as "Concert in Berlin Philharmornie" with Berliner Symphoniker, "New Year Concert Tour" with the TrondheimSolisten, "Concert Tour" at La Fenice Venezia, Teatro del Maggio Florence, and Italian President Palace Roma, "Mobifone Series Concert" with Berliner Symphoniker, "Concert Tour" in Denmark, Asian Orchestra Week in Tokyo and Osaka, Beethoven Festival Bonn, "Toyota Classic" events, Gala Concert in Bolshoi Zal, Festival in Samara, Sony's "Blue Sky," and Gala Concert in St. Petersburg.

Other competition successes include First Prize at the Zakhar Bron International Violin Competition in Novosibirsk, Russia (1995), First Prize at the Demidov International Violin Competition in Ekaterinburg, Russia (1993), and First Prize at the Vietnamese National Music Competition "Autumn" in Hanoi (1990). Mr. Duy has served as a jury member at the Tchaikovsky International Competitions for Young Musicians in Astana (Kazakhstan) in 2017 and in Moscow in 2014, the VI International Violin Competition Kazakhstan in 2016, the Demidov International Violin Competition in Ekaterinburg in 2009, and the Vietnamese National Music Competition "Autumn" in 2007.

At present, Dr, Mer. Artist. Bui Cong Duy is Deputy Rector for Concert Activities of the Vietnam National Academy of Music. He has been Artistic Director of Vietnam Classical Players and Executive Director of Vietnam Connection Music Festival since 2015. Duy is married to pianist Nguyen Trinh Huong and they and their son Alex are residing in Hanoi.