This year, the jury of International Classical Music Awards honours Alessandro Marangoni with a special prize for this ponderous recording venture.
Since he wrote Winternacht in 1978, the reference to snow has gradually become a constant in the music of Hans Abrahamsen.
Marc-André Teruel, a French-Austrian double bass player, is the first recipient of this new ICMA award. Charlotte Saulneron of ResMusica, a member of the jury, interviewed the musician.
One of the best opera singers today, Albanian soprano Ermonela Jaho was named Artist of the Year 2023 by the International Classical Music Awards jury.
The Budapest Festival Orchestra (BFO) begins its fortieth season. In an exclusive interview with Iván Fischer, we also asked him what he would do differently if he were starting to build an orchestra now.
Vilde Frang is very young but has been one of the best-known violinists for at least a decade and a half. Her list of awards and accolades is already long, the most recent being the ICMA Prize for her recording of Beethoven’s and Stravinsky’s Violin Concertos.
The international cast of soloists performing Rameau’s Castor et Pollux in concert version in Budapest is composed of singers who are enthusiastically received by Baroque music-loving audiences all over the world. We had Judith van Wanroij for an interview.
The winner of ICMA’s 2023 Discovery Award is 16-year-old Austrian violinist Leonhard Baumgartner, a scholar of the International Music Academy Liechtenstein.
Iranian-American harpsichordist Mahan Esfahani (Tehran, 1984) won an ICMA 2023 in the Category Baroque Instrumental. Eduardo Torrico, member of the ICMA Jury, made the following interview with the artist.
German violinist Tassilo Probst and American pianist Maxim Lando won in the ICMA Chamber Music category with their CD ‘Into Madness’.