Winners are announced:
1st prize Piotr Szewczyk (5000€)
2nd prize Jürgen Christ (3000€)
3rd prize Edmund Jolliffe (1000€)
4th prize Rainer Bartsch (800€)
5th prize Viktor Molnár (600€)
6th prize Daniel Berg (600€)
Public vote and award ceremony:
Your vote counts!
Bringing fresh air into the chamber music scene and redefine the classic music – that’s the goal of the Progressive Classical Music Awards. To the 10th anniversary six compositions are awarded with € 11,000 prize money. Hundreds of submissions from all over the world were spotted by a top-ranking Jury, consisting of Julian Rachlin, Aleksey Igudesman, Benedict Brydern and The Twiolins.
The preselection will be presented on the evening of the final concert by The Twiolins, Marie-Luise & Christoph Dingler, afterwards the audience votes about the award. A musical firework is expected, because the composers had no stylistic borders, only intention is the enthusiasm for the audience.
The Twiolins, Marie-Luise & Christoph Dingler
Presentation: Thomas Siffling
Saturday, 28th September 2019, 8:00 p.m.
Museum Weltkulturen, D5, 68159 Mannheim, Germany
Tickets: 20/14€ preordering, box office 2€ surcharge. Buy tickets here
Live stream: Fee 9€. The stream will be recorded and is available for ticketowners in the following days. English subtitles will be provided. No online-voting possible. Buy tickets here!