• Awards 2020

John Axelrod named Principal Guest Conductor in Kyoto, Japan

  • 30/11/2019
John Axelrod named Principal Guest Conductor in Kyoto, Japan

John Axelrod

The Kyoto Symphony Orchestra has announced a new musical team to take over in April 2020. Junichi Hirokami will become the orchestra’s 13th Chief Conductor & Artistic Advisor and the American John Axelrod, Principal Guest Conductor.  At the same time KSO will change its English name from Kyoto Symphony Orchestra to City of Kyoto Symphony Orchestra. Read More →

ICMA Jury nominates 390 releases for the 2020 Awards

  • 19/11/2019

The ICMA nomination list for 2020 is available. To see the list, just click on our Nominations button, which will lead you to lists sorted by labels or categories. For the 2020 awards the Jury of the International Classical Music Awards (ICMA) has nominated 390 audio and video productions (319 in 2019) from 130 labels (107 in 2019). Read More →

International Classical Music Awards: Dmitrij Kitajenko and Gürzenich Orchestra honoured in Cologne

  • 28/10/2019
International Classical Music Awards: Dmitrij Kitajenko and Gürzenich Orchestra honoured in Cologne

Stefan Englert, Dmitrij Kitajenko, Remy Franck & Georg Heimbach
(c) Holger Taleinski

As winners of an ICMA award in the category Symphonic Music, Dmitrij Kitajenko and the Gürzenich Orchestra were honoured yesterday at the Philharmonie in Cologne. Kitajenko and the Gürzenich Orchestra won the award this year for their CD with the Second Symphony by Jean Sibelius, published on Oehms Classics. Read More →

Yury Revich launches Beethoven Project

  • 01/06/2019

Austrian-Russian violinist Yury Revich, 27, Young Artist of the Year of the International Classical Music Awards (ICMA) in 2015, pursues a brilliant international career. Together with the Italian pianist Fiorenzo Pascalucci he launched their own Beethoven Project for the upcoming Beethoven Year 2020. They have prepared all of the composer’s violin sonatas in a historical set up. Read More →

Radio stations to broadcast the ICMA Gala Concert 2019

  • 21/05/2019
Radio stations to broadcast the ICMA Gala Concert 2019

Lawrence Foster (c) Ingo Höhn

After the Swiss Radio broadcasted this year’s Gala Concert of the International Classical Music Awards, other radio stations are doing so as well.

MDR Kultur has the concert in its program on Friday, 24 May at 20h05. Radio 100,7 from Luxembourg will broadcast the Gala in its Euroradio series, on Thursday 06 June at 20h00.  Radio Orpheus will broadcast the program in Russia on 4 June at 21:00, Moscow time. Read More →

Swiss Radio to broadcast ICMA Gala Concert

  • 18/05/2019
Swiss Radio to broadcast ICMA Gala Concert

Chouchane Siranossian & Christoph Heesch
(c) Ingo Höhn

On Sunday, 19 May, at 22:06, Swiss Radio SRF 2 Kultur broadcasts this year’s Gala Concert of the International Classical Music Awards. The concert was hosted by the Lucerne Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Lawrence Foster and presented several of the 2019 winners of ICMA. The concert is available for listening during seven days after the broadcast date.

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