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New ICMA Trophy Revealed In Paris

  • 10/03/2017

Yesterday, with ICMA President Remy Franck attending, the new trophy of the International Classical Music Awards was revealed in Paris. Unlike the old one, which served for the six first years of the most important international music award in the world, the new one has a more modernistic approach. Read More →

Yury Revich Joins Keynote Artist Management

  • 27/02/2017
Yury Revich Joins Keynote Artist Management

Yury Revich

25 year old ICMA Young Artist Yury Revich has joined the roster of the Keynote Artist Management in London. He was Young Artist of the Year of the International Classical Music Awards in 2015. Key Note is a rather small agency with interesting projects and artists like Hélène Grimaud, Nicolas Altstaedt, Teodor Currentzis and Filippo Gorini.

Music To Enrich ICMA Award Ceremonies

  • 20/02/2017
Music To Enrich ICMA Award Ceremonies

Florian Noack

With Florian Noack, Robert Neumann and Ensemble Esperanza

In Leipzig, on 1 April, for the first time, the ICMA Award Ceremony taking place prior to the Gala Concert will not only comprise the trophy presentations and related speeches, but also music. In its General Assembly in Luslawice, the Jury members decided to include this year and in the following Award Ceremonies some music played by winners. Read More →

ICMA Winners Honored At Next Generation Festival

  • 13/02/2017
ICMA Winners Honored At Next Generation Festival

Ensemble Esperanza
(c) Christine Kocher

At the Seventh Next General Festival at the Grand Resort in Bad Ragaz, Switzerland, ICMA president Remy Franck honored three of the winners of this year’s awards which will be officially presented at the Gewandhaus in Leipzig on 1 April. Read More →

ICMA Creates New Award Category

  • 30/01/2017
ICMA Creates New Award Category

The Jury with the General Manager of the Penderecki Centre, Adam Balas (4th from the right) at the bust of Krzysztof Penderecki

The ICMA Jury held their General Assembly 2017 at the European Penderecki Center for Music in Luslawice, Poland. The Jury members decided upon the Special Awards for the coming years, set up the deadlines for the votes for the Awards 2018. One major decision was made for the audio categories where the Best Collection category was split into two different categories. While the Best Collection category is kept for collections, there will be a new category for Assorted Programs, such as symphonies combined with concertos or chamber music.

The Jury also made further preparations for the upcoming Award Ceremony in Leipzig on 1 April 2017. Read More →

Penderecki Centre Luslawice Hosts ICMA Annual Meeting

  • 26/01/2017
Penderecki Centre Luslawice Hosts ICMA Annual Meeting

Penderecki Centre Lusławice

At the invitation of the Penderecki Centre, the Jury of the International Classical Music Awards will have its annual General Assembly, January 27-30, in Luslawice, Poland. The Penderecki European Music Centre was inaugurated in 2013. The building has cost about €15.5 million and was financed by the European Union, the Malopolska Voivodship, the Polish state budget and the Krzysztof Penderecki Akademia Association. Read More →

The Winners of the International Classical Music Awards – ICMA 2017

  • 19/01/2017

The Jury of the International Classical Music Awards – ICMA today announced the winners for 2017. « The ICMA Jury comprises 16 leading media from 14 countries, having the most up to date knowledge of the classical music market. Our Jury is totally independent and international, and therefore provides reliable guidance to the global audience. Read More →

ICMA Announces Finalists For 2017

  • 06/12/2016

The ICMA Jury is progressing in the voting procedures for the Audio and Video Awards 2017. Today we are able to publish the Finalists, in other words the three productions of which one will be the winner. Read More →

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