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Beatrice Rana receives her award in Milan

  • 04/07/2021
Beatrice Rana receives her award in Milan

Beatrice Rana & Nicola Cattò

After a very warmly applauded performance at Teatro alla Scala of Brahms’s First Piano Concerto, conducted by Manfred Honeck (ICMA Artist of the Year 2018), pianist Beatrice Rana got her trophy as winner of the ICMA award Solo performance 2021. Nicola Cattò, ICMA Secretary General and editor of Musica magazine, gave her the trophy and complimented her. Beatrice Rana thanked for this prestigious award, expressing her gratitude and pride.

ICMA and Philharmonie Luxembourg announce Award Gala in Luxembourg

  • 07/06/2021

The Philharmonie Luxembourg and the International Classical Music Awards have announced that the annual ICMA Award Ceremony and Gala Concert will take place on 21 April 2022 at the Philharmonie in Luxembourg, hosted by the Luxembourg Philharmonic. The event will reunite the prominent award winners and representatives from the international musical industry at one of the most prestigious cultural places in Europe. Read More →

ICMA announce spectacular Award Ceremony Gala in Vaduz

  • 04/06/2021
ICMA announce spectacular Award Ceremony Gala in Vaduz

Sinfonieorchester Liechtenstein

ICMA and the Sinfonieorchester Liechtenstein present a spectacular Award Ceremony Gala on 27 June at the Vaduzersaal in Vaduz, Liechtenstein.

The program for this Gala Celebration led by Yaron Traub will feature winners of this year’s winner panel with an attractive musical program, accompanied by Sinfonieorchester Liechtenstein. Read More →

ICMA-Preisträger Waarts und Cakmur in Mozart-Projekt der Orpheum Stiftung

  • 12/03/2021
ICMA-Preisträger Waarts und Cakmur in Mozart-Projekt der Orpheum Stiftung

Can Cakmur

In Zürich startet nächste Woche ein Mozart-Projekt der Orpheum Stiftung, in dem junge Musiker, darunter Preisträger der International Classical Music Awards (ICMAD) mitwirken. Es ist das größte CD-Projekt der 30-jährigen Stiftungsgeschichte: Die Aufnahme aller Instrumentalkonzerte Wolfgang Amadeus Mozarts. In den nächsten fünf Jahren sollen auf 11 CDs insgesamt 34 Werke eingespielt werden – von den frühen Klavier- und Violinkonzerten bis hin zum Klarinettenkonzert KV 622. Read More →

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