• Winners2015

Big Tchaikovsky Competition Success For ICMA Partner In Liechtenstein

  • 01/07/2015

ICMA partner Internationale Musikakademie im Fürstentum Liechtenstein is proud to announce that one of their students, Romanian Cellist Andrei Ionita, has won First Prize at the International Tchaikovsky Competition in Moscow. Ionita will be a participant at the 2016 Next Generation Festival in Bad Ragaz and he will be the soloist of a concert with the Liechtenstein Symphony Orchestra in Vaduz.

2018 Award Ceremony And Gala Concert To Be Organized in Katowice

  • 29/06/2015
2018 Award Ceremony And Gala Concert To Be Organized in Katowice

The NOSPR Concert Hall in Katowice

ICMA (International Classical Music Awards) announces that the Award Ceremony and the Gala Concert 2018 will take place in Katowice, Poland. ICMA President Remy Franck says: « We are happy and proud to have one of the best Polish orchestras as partner for our event, the Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra in Katowice. We know this orchestra very well, since our Jury already awarded it several prizes in the past ». Read More →

Croatian Radiotelevision Has Joined The ICMA Jury

  • 25/06/2015

ICMA (International Classical Music Awards) announces the Croatian Radiotelevision HRT as a new full Jury member. With headquarters in Zagreb, HRT (Croatian: Hrvatska radiotelevizija) is a public broadcasting company. It operates several radio and television channels. The official delegate for the ICMA Jury is Mrs. Sanda Vojkovic. Read More →

Dmitrij Kitajenko Honoured By The Mayor Of Zagreb

  • 23/06/2015
Dmitrij Kitajenko Honoured By The Mayor Of Zagreb

Dmitrij Kitajenko & Mayor Milan Bandic
(c) Remy Franck

In a ceremony at Dverce Palace in Zagreb, ICMA Lifetime Achievement Award winner Dmitrij Kitajenko has been honoured by the mayor of the Croatian capital, Milan Bandic. Kitajenko is Artistic adviser of Zagreb’s Philharmonic Orchestra. By his professionalism and his commitment, Kitajenko managed to bring the orchestra on a higher level, Bandic said. Read More →

Endangered Orchestre National des Pays de la Loire Launches Petition

  • 22/06/2015

The ‘Orchestre National of Pays de la Loire’ (ONPL) is in danger. The orchestra, which is currently financed by several local regional and national partners, risks to lose the support of the Département Maine et Loire. These would diminish the budget by 7.22% (464.373 €). Such a loss would no longer allow the orchestra to fully run its program, and a complete new definition of its activities would be necessary, calling into question the whole artistic project of principal conductor Pascal Rophé. The Orchestra is asking the politicians to think over their intention and launched a petition. You may sign here.

 

Yury Revich bei Benefizgala in Linz

  • 22/06/2015
Yury Revich bei Benefizgala in Linz

Yury Revich

Der russische Geiger Yury Revich, ‘ICMA Young Artist of the Year 2015′, tritt am 27. Juni im Linzer Brucknerhaus bei der ‘2. Österreichischen Benefizgala für Menschen mit Down Syndrom’ auf. Der Abend steht unter dem Motto ‘Bildung und Arbeit’. Neben Revich partizipieren auch die Sängerin Ildiko Raimondi, die rumänische Sopranistin Nicoletta Radu, der serbische Akkordeonist Nikola Djoric und das Sinfonische Kammerorchester Oberösterreich unter Tobias Wögerer.

Three ICMA Winners To Perform At Festival de Wallonie 2015

  • 22/06/2015

The Festival de Wallonie, the most important festival in the French speaking part of Belgium, will present three ICMA winners during its 2015 edition. David Kadouch (Young Artist ICMA 2011) will perform in Brussels and Jodie Devos (Young Artist ICMA 2015) in Brussels and Saint-Hubert. The vocal ensemble Vox Luminis (ICMA Baroque Vocal 2012) will be one of the main guests, with concerts in Namur, Saint-Hubert, Stavelot, Liège and Mons.

http://www.festivaldewallonie.be/en/

ICMA-Partner « voll auf Kurs »

  • 08/05/2015

In der nächsten Saison der Tonhalle Zürich werden fünf Musiker auftreten, die ihre erste Unterstützung durch die gemeinnützige Stiftung ‘Musik & Jugend’ bekommen, und/oder musikalische Erfahrungen beim Festival ‘Next Generation in Bad Ragaz gesammelt, und/oder Unterricht an der Internationalen Musikakademie im Fürstentum Liechtenstein – dem Kooperationspartner der ICMA für den neuen ‘Discovery Award’ – erhalten haben. Der künstlerische Leiter der Akademie und des Festivals ‘Next Generation’, Drazen Domjanic sagt: « Diese Tatsache macht mich nicht nur stolz, sondern zeigt immer mehr die Notwendigkeit der zielgerichteten Förderung, welche hier in den letzten 5 Jahren stattfand. Dabei einen herzlichen Dank an unsere Gönner, Partner und Sponsoren. » Die fünf Musiker sind Noa Wildschut, Kian Soltani, Aaron Pilsan, Marc Bouchkov und Claire Huangci. ICMA-Jurymitglied Andrea Meuli (Musik + Theater) kommentiert: « Drazen Domjanic ist  mit seinen Entdeckungen voll auf Kurs! »

Two Double ICMA Winners Reunited In Saarbrücken

  • 05/05/2015
Two Double ICMA Winners Reunited In Saarbrücken

Krzysztof Penderecki & Joseph Moog
(c) Martin Hoffmeister

After their performances at the ICMA Gala Concerts in 2012 and 2014, two double ICMA Award winners were reunited this weekend in Saarbrücken, Krzysztof Penderecki and pianist Joseph Moog. After the world premiere of Penderecki’s Trumpet Concertino with Gabor Boldoczki, Joseph Moog was the soloist in Karol Szymanowski’s ‘Symphonie concertante’.

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