ICMA Awards 2017: The Winners
The International Classical Music Awards 2017: Prizes for three IMZ members.
ICMA Award Ceremony 2017 ©
ICMA Awards Best Video Performance © Martin Hoffmeister
ICMA Awards 2017 Best Symphonic © Serena Bali
ICMA Awards Best Documentary © Serena Bali
ICMA Awards Trophies © Serhan Bali
The seventh edition of the ICMA prizes took place for the first time in Germany at Leipzig’s Gewandhaus on 1 April with a Gala Concert performed by Leipzig’s Gewandhaus Orchestra and conducted by Francesco Angelico. Ten soloists, one chamber orchestra, one choir and a big symphony orchestra, plus the presence of nearly all the musicians winning the 2017 International Classical Music awards mhdebthis evening special. The multifaceted bouquet of the most different artists, epochs and musical works delighted the audience in Mendelssohn Saal of Leipzig Gewandhaus.
ICMA Jury Member and IMZ Legal Counsel Franz Patay handed over the prizes for best Video Documentary and best Video Performance to C Major and Accentus Music.
The IMZ congratulates its winning members:
• Accentus Music. Best Collection: Szymanowski: Overture op. 12, Lutoslawski: Cello Concerto, Symphony no.4 and Best Video Performance: Alan Berg – Wozzeck.
• C Major Entertainment. Best Video Documentary: Leonard Bernstein – Larger than Life.
• Berliner Philharmoniker. Best Symphonic: Claudio Abbado – The last Concert.
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