16.08.2014

The Kranichstein Music Prize has been awarded.

Ashley Fure (Composition / USA) and the Ensemble Distractfold (Interpretation / UK) were awarded the 2014 Kranichstein Music Prize. The prize, founded in 1952, is awarded to one current composition and one interpretation presented at the International Summer Course for New Music, selected by an independent jury, comprising the music journalist Carolin Naujocks, the composer Hannes Seidl and the accordionist Eva Zöllner, as outstanding in quality and significance. In 2014 the prize sum is 6000 Euros, divided equally between the winners in the two categories Interpretation (ensemble or soloist) and Composition.


Further scholarships went to: Nico Couck (guitar / Belgium), Phoebe Green (viola / Australia), Joshua Hyde (saxophone / Australia), Alexander Khubeev (composition / Russia), Simon Løffler (composition / Denmark), Weston Olencki (trombone / USA), Alex Raineri (piano / Australia) and Katherine Young (composition / USA).

 

Ensemble Distractfold und Ashley Fure

Kranichsteiner Musikpreis

16.08.2014

The Kranichstein Music Prize has been awarded

Ashley Fure (Composition / USA) and the Ensemble Distractfold (Interpretation / UK) were awarded the 2014 Kranichstein Music Prize. The prize, founded in 1952, is awarded to one current composition and one interpretation presented at the International Summer Course for New Music, selected by an independent jury, comprising the music journalist Carolin Naujocks, the composer Hannes Seidl and the accordionist Eva Zöllner, as outstanding in quality and significance. In 2014 the prize sum is 6000 Euros, divided equally between the winners in the two categories Interpretation (ensemble or soloist) and Composition.

Ensemble Distractfold und Ashley Fure