ARD International Music Competition

The ARD International Music Competition (German: Internationaler Musikwettbewerb der ARD) is the largest international classical music competition in Germany. It is held once a year in Munich.

HistoryEdit

Since its inception in 1952, the ARD International Music Competition has become one of the most prestigious classical music competitions.[citation needed] It was started by the broadcasting corporations of what was once known as the Federal Republic of Germany. It is run under the backing of the Bayerischer Rundfunk and takes place usually in September. A prize at this international competition acted as a springboard for a later career.[1] Some names include: Jessye Norman, Sharon Isbin, Francisco Araiza, Natalia Gutman, Christoph Eschenbach, Anna Malikova, Nobuko Imai, Mitsuko Uchida, Thomas Quasthoff, Yuri Bashmet, Christian Tetzlaff, Sharon Kam, Heinz Holliger, Isabelle Moretti, Reinhold Friedrich, Peter Sadlo [de], and Maurice André, to name just a few.[2][3]

The ARD International Music Competition has its roots in an earlier competition. Between 1947 and 1950 the Frankfurter Rundfunk assisted this "Young Soloists Competition". The earliest competition discovered two female vocalists who would soon take their place among the international talented: Christa Ludwig and Erika Köth. Instrumentalists included the flautist Karl-Heinz Zöller and the pianist Robert Alexander Bohnke. This newly founded ARD continued the concept of bringing together talented young musicians from the entire globe.

The first ARD International Music Competition took place in 1952. The categories alter from year to year to include solo instruments, as well as voice and chamber ensembles. The importance of including modern music has been very prominent; contemporary composers have regularly been commissioned to write new pieces for this Competition ever since the year 2001. The ARD International Music Competition not only stimulates competition among the many musicians but also serves the musical citizens as a centre where musicians can meet.

Anywhere from 350 to 450 young musicians apply each year to compete. Some 200 candidates coming from 35 to 40 countries make it past the preliminary round. A large percentage of competitors come from countries other than Germany (up to 86%).[3]

ManagementEdit

Source Organization

Artistic Directors: Oswald Beaujean and Meret Forster

Managing Director: Elisabeth Kozik

Project Management: Anja Krainz

Public Relations: Ruth Wischmann

Prize moneyEdit

Prize money per category[4]

  • 1. Prize €10,000
  • 2. Prize €7,500
  • 3. Prize €5,000

ARD International Music Competition laureatesEdit

Source ARD-Musikwettbewerb[5]

2000sEdit

2000Edit

Voice (female)

Voice (male)

Viola

Flute

Piano Duo

String Quartet

  • 2nd Prize: Avalon String Quartett, France/Canada/USA
  • 3rd Prize: Quartetto Prometeo, Italy

2001Edit

Violin

Cello

  • 1st Prize: Danjulo Ishizaka, Germany
  • 2nd Prizes (shared): Julie Albers, USA; Monika Leskovar, Croatia
  • 3rd Prize: Thomas Carroll, Great Britain

Saxophone

Percussion

  • 1st Prize: Marta Klimasara, Poland
  • 2nd Prize: Eirik Raude, Norway
  • 3rd Prize: Christophe Roldan, France

Wind Quintet

  • 1st Prize: Miró Ensemble, Spain
  • 2nd Prize: Orsolino Quintett, Germany/Austria
  • 3rd Prize: St. Petersburg Woodwind Quintet, Russia

2002Edit

Bassoon

Oboe

Piano

  • 1st Prize: Denys Proshayev, Ukraine
  • 2nd Prize: Ferenc Vizi, Romania
  • 3rd Prize: Chiao-Ying Chang, Taiwan

Piano Trio

  • 2nd Prizes (shared): Trio con Brio, Denmark/Korea; Trio Ondine, Sweden/Denmark/Norway

2003Edit

Voice (female)

Voice (male)

Double Bass

Clarinet

Trumpet

2004Edit

Viola

Flute

String Quartet

  • 1st Prize: Ébène Quartet, France
  • 2nd Prize: Faust Quartett, Germany
  • 3rd Prize: Quatuor Benaïm, Israel/France

Harp

2005Edit

Violin

Cello

Horn

Piano Duo

  • 2nd Prizes (shared): Victor y Luis del Valle, Spain; Piano Duo Poskute – Daukantas, Lithuania
  • 3rd Prize: Silivanova – Puryzhinskiy, Russia

2006Edit

Voice/Opera

  • 1st Prize: Jun Mo Yang, Korea
  • 2nd Prize: Joshua Hopkins, Canada
  • 3rd Prizes (shared): Ilse Eerens, Belgium; Anna Kasyan, Armenia

Voice/Lied

  • 2nd Prizes (shared): Roxana Constantinescu, Rumania; Carolina Ullrich, Chile/Germany
  • 3rd Prizes (shared): Colin Balzer, Canada; Peter Schöne, Germany

Piano

Wind Quintet

  • 1st Prize: Quintette Aquilon, France
  • 2nd Prize: Quintett Chantily, Germany/Hungary/Russia/Finland
  • 3rd Prize: Weimarer Bläserquintett, Germany

2007Edit

Oboe

Trombone

Percussion

  • 1st Prize: Johannes Fischer, Germany
  • 2nd Prize: Vassilena Serafimova, Bulgaria

Piano Trio

  • 1st Prize: Tecchler Trio, Switzerland/Germany
  • 2nd Prize: Morgenstern Trio, Germany/France
  • 3rd Prize: Trio Cérès, France

2008Edit

Viola

Clarinet

Bassoon

String Quartet

  • 1st Prize: Apollon Musagete Quartett, Poland[6]
  • 2nd Prize: Afiara String Quartet, Canada[7]
  • 3rd Prizes (shared): Gémeaux Quartet, Germany/Switzerland; Verus String Quartet, Japan

2009Edit

Violin

Double Bass

Voice

  • 1st Prize: Anita Watson, Australia
  • 2nd Prize: Sunyoung Seo, Korea; Wilhelm Schwinghammer, Germany
  • 3rd Prize: Hye Jung Lee, Korea; Falko Hönisch, Germany

2010sEdit

2010Edit

Flute

Cello

Horn

Piano Duo

  • 2nd Prize: Hyun Joo & Hee Jin June – Remnant Piano Duo, South Korea
  • 3rd Prize: Susan & Sarah Wang – DoubleWang Duo, USA
  • Special Prize: Pianoduo Groebner & Trisko, Austria

2011Edit

Oboe

  • 2nd Prizes (shared): Philippe Tondre, France, with Public Prize; Ivan Podyomov, Russia
  • 3rd Prize: Cristina Gómez Godoy, Spain; Marc Lachat, France

Organ

  • 1st Prize: Schöch, Austria
  • 2nd Prize: Anna-Victoria Baltrusch, German
  • 3rd Prize: Lukas Stollhof, Dutch

Trumpet

  • 1st Prize: Manuel Blanco Gómez-Limón, Spain
  • 2nd Prize: Alexandre Baty, France
  • 3rd Prize: Ferenc Mausz, Hungary, with Public Prize

Piano

2012Edit

Voice (male)

  • 2nd Prizes (shared): Dashon Burton, USA; Hansung Yoo, South Korea, with Public Prize
  • 3rd Prize: Kyubong Lee, South Korea

Voice (female)

Clarinet

  • 2nd Prizes (shared): Sergey Eletskiy, Russia; Stojan Krkuleski, Serbia, with Public Prize; Annelien Van Wauwe, Belgium

String Quartet

  • 1st Prize: Armida Quartett, Germany, with Public Prize
  • 2nd Prize: Novus String Quartet, South Korea
  • 3rd Prize: Calidore String Quartet, USA/Canada

2013Edit

Violin

Viola

Bassoon

Piano Trio

  • 2nd Prizes (shared): Van Baerle Trio, Netherlands, with Public Prize; Trio Karénine, France, with Prize for the Best Interpretation of the Commissioned Work

2014Edit

Percussion

  • 1. Prize: Simone Rubino (Italy), Public Prize, Brüder Busch Prize
  • 2. Prize: Alexej Gerassimez (Germany), Special Prize for the Best Interpretation of the Commissioned Work
  • 3. Prize: Christoph Sietzen (Luxembourg )
  • Special Prize U21: Vivi Vassileva (Germany), Semifinal
  • Special Prize of Mozart Gesellschaft München: Vivi Vassileva (Germany), Semifinal

Violoncello

  • 1. Prize: István Várdai (Hungary)
  • 2. Prize: Andrei Ioniţă (Rumania), Special Prize for the Best Interpretation of the Commissioned Work, Special Prize Premiertone-Website
  • 3. Prize: Bruno Philippe (France), Public Prize
  • Alice-Rosner-Prize for an excellent interpretation of G. Ligeti Sonate for Violoncello solo: Pablo Ferrández (Spain), Semifinal
  • Bärenreiter-Urtext-Prize: Alexey Zhilin, 2. Round

Wind Quintet

  • 2. Prize: Azahar Ensemble (Spain), Public Prize, ifp-Musikpreis
  • 3. Prize: Acelga Quintett (Germany/Luxembourg)
  • 3. Prize: Quintette Klarthe (France), BR-KLASSIK Onlineprize, Special Prize Palazzetto Bru Zane
  • Special Prize for the Best Interpretation of the Commissioned Work: Canorusquintett (Germany), Semifinal
  • Prize of Jeunesses Musicales Germany: Canorusquintett (Germany), Semifinal
  • Bärenreiter-Urtext-Prize: Arcadia Wind Quintet (Venezuela), 1. Round

Piano

  • 2. Prize: Chi Ho Han (South Korea), Publik Prize, Spezial Prize for the Best Interpretation of the Commissioned Work
  • 3. Prize: Kang-Un Kim (South Korea), Osnabrücker Musikpreis
  • 3. Prize: Florian Mitrea (Rumania), Special Prize Münchener Kammerorchester
  • Bärenreiter-Urtext-Prize: Nadjezda Pisareva (Russia), 2. Round

2015Edit

Voice

  • 1. Prize: Emalie Savoy (USA), Special Prize „Orpheus“,Special Prize GENUIN classics
  • 2. Prize: Sooyeon Lee (South Korea), Public Prize
  • 3. Prize: Marion Lebegue (France), Special Prize for the Best Interpretation of the Commissioned Work
  • Bärenreiter-Urtext-Prize: Jae Eun Park (South Korea)

Trombone

  • 1. Prize: Michael Buchanan (Great Britain), Public Prize
  • 2. Prize: Jonathan Reith, (France)
  • 3. Prize: Guilhem Kusnierek (France)
  • Special Prize of Mozart Gesellschaft München: Juan González Moreno (Spain), Semifinal
  • Special Prize for the Best Interpretation of the Commissioned Work: José Milton Vieira Leite Filho (Brasil)

Piano Duo

  • 1. Prize: Alina Shalamova & Nikolay Shalamov Piano Duo (Bulgaria/Russia), Public Prize, Special Prize for the Best Interpretation of the Commissioned Work, ifp-Musikpreis
  • 2. Prize: Duo Ani und Nia Sulkhanishvili (Georgia)
  • 2. Prize: Duo ShinPark (South Korea)
  • 3. Prize: Piano Duo Lok Ping & Lok Ting Chau (Hong Kong)
  • Bärenreiter-Urtext-Prize: Piano Duo Chen – Armand (France/South Korea), Semifinal
  • Special Prize U21: Piano Duo Chen – Armand (France/South Korea), Semifinal

Flute

  • 1. Prize: Sébastian Jacot (Switzerland ), Special Prize from Münchener Kammerorchester, Brüder-Busch-Prize, Osnabrücker Musikpreis
  • 2. Prize: Francisco López Martín (Spain), Public Prize, Special Prize for the Best Interpretation of the Commissioned Work, BR-KLASSIK Online-Prize
  • 3. Prize: Eduardo Belmar (Spain)
  • Bärenreiter-Urtext-Prize: Othonas Gkogkas (Greece)
  • Alice-Rosner-Prize: For an excellent interpretation of Heinz Holliger Sonate (in)solit(air)e: Mayuko Akimoto (Japan)

2016Edit

Harp

  • 1. Prize: Agnès Clément (France), Publik Prize, Special Prize for the Best Interpretation of the Commissioned Work
  • 2. Prize: Anaïs Gaudemard (France), Special Prize from Münchener Kammerorchester
  • 3. Prize: Rino Kageyama (Japan)
  • Special Prize of Mozart-Gesellschaft München: Magdalena Hoffmann (Germany), Semifinal
  • Special Prize U21: Magdalena Hoffmann (Germany), Semifinal
  • Bärenreiter-Urtext-Prize: Marika Cecilia Riedl (Germany)

Horn

  • 2. Prize: Marc Gruber (Germany), Publik Prize, Brüder-Busch-Prize
  • 2. Prize: Kateřina Javůrková (Czech Republic), BR-KLASSIK Online-Preis
  • 3. Prize: Félix Dervaux (France), Special Prize for the Best Interpretation of the Commissioned Work
  • 3. Prize: Nicolas Ramez (France)
  • Bärenreiter-Urtext-Prize: Nicolás Gómez Naval (Spain)

Double Bass

  • 1. Prize: Wies de Boevé (Belgium), Publik Prize, ifp-Musikpreis
  • 2. Prize: Michael Karg (Germany)
  • 3. Prize: Dominik Wagner (Germany/Austria), Special Prize of Andreas-Wilfer-Meisterwerkstatt building Cellos and doublebasses
  • Special Prize for the Best Interpretation of the Commissioned Work: Michail-Pavlos Semsis (Greece)
  • Bärenreiter-Urtext-Prize: Marek Romanowski (Poland)

String Quartet

  • 1. Prize: Quatuor Arod (France), IDAGIO-Onlinepreis
  • 2. Prize: Aris Quartett (Germany), Publik Prize, Special Prize GENUIN classics, Special Prize ProQuartet, Osnabrücker Musikpreis
  • 3. Prize: Quartet Amabile (Japan), Special Prize for the Best Interpretation of the Commissioned Work
  • Bärenreiter-Urtext-Prize: Quatuor Hanson (France/Great Britain)
  • Alice-Rosner-Preis: For an excellent interpretation of Streichquartett nr. 1 from György Ligeti: Quatuor Arod (France)
  • Prize of Jeunesses Musicales Germany: Giocoso Streichquartett Vienna
  • Prize of Karl-Klingler-Stiftung: Goldmund Quartett (Germany)

2017Edit

Violin

  • 2. Prize: Sarah Christian, Germany, Public Prize, Special Prize from Münchener Kammerorchesters, Henle-Urtextpreis
  • 2. Prize: Andrea Obiso, Italy, Special Prize for the Best Interpretation of the Commissioned Work, Henle-Urtextpreis
  • 3. Prize: Kristīne Balanas, Latvia, Henle-Urtextpreis

Piano

  • 1. Prize: JeungBeum Sohn, South Korea, Henle-Urtextpreis
  • 2. Prize: Fabian Müller, Germany, Public Prize, Brüder-Busch-Prize, Henle-Urtextpreis, Special Prize GENUIN classics
  • 3. Prize: Wataru Hisasue, Japan, Special Prize for the Best Interpretation of the Commissioned Work, Henle-Urtextpreis

Guitar

  • 2. Prize: Junhong Kuang, China, Public Prize, ifp-Musikpreis
  • 2. Prize: Davide Giovanni Tomasi, Italy/ Switzerland
  • 3. Prize: Andrey Lebedev, Australia, Special Prize for the Best Interpretation of the Commissioned Work

Oboe

  • 2. Prize: Kyeong Ham, South Korea, BR-KLASSIK Online-Preis
  • 2. Prize: Thomas Hutchinson, New Zealand , Special Prize for the Best Interpretation of the Commissioned Work
  • 2. Prize: Juliana Koch, Germany, Public Prize, Osnabrücker Musikpreis

2018Edit

Voice

  • 1st Prize: Natalya Boeva, Russia
  • 2nd Prize: Milan Siljanov, Switzerland
  • 3rd Prize: Mingjie Lei, China
  • 3rd Prize: Ylva Sofia Stenberg, Sweden

Trumpet

  • 1st Prize Selina Ott, Austria
  • 2nd Prize: Célestin Guérin, France
  • 2nd Prize: Mihály Könyves-Tóth, Hungary
  • 3rd Prize: was not awarded

Piano Trio

  • 1st Prize: Aoi Trio, Japan
  • 2nd Prize: was not awarded
  • 3rd Prize: Trio Marvin, Kazakhstan / Russia / Germany
  • 3rd Prize: Lux Trio, Korea

Viola

  • 1st Prize: Diyang Mei, China
  • 2nd Prize: Yucheng Shi, China
  • 3rd Prize: Takehiro Konoe, Japan

2019Edit

Violoncello

  • 1st Prize: Haruma Sato, Japan
  • 2nd Prize: Friedrich Thiele, Germany
  • 3rd Prize: Sihao He, China

Bassoon

  • 2nd Prize: Andrea Cellacchi, Italy
  • 2nd Prize: Mathis Stier, Germany
  • 3rd Prize: Theo Plath, Germany

Clarinet

  • 1st Prize: Joë Christophe, France
  • 2nd Prize: Carlos Alexandre Brito Ferreira, Portugal
  • 2nd Prize: Han Kim, South Korea

Percussion

  • 1st Prize: Kai Strobel, Germany
  • 2nd Prize: Aurélien Gignoux, France/Switzerland
  • 3rd Prize: Weiqi Bai, China

2020sEdit

2020Edit

Cancelled due to Corona Crisis[8]

Prior 2000Edit

PianoEdit

  • 1952 Kurt Bauer West Germany
  • 1952 Alberto Colombo Italy
  • 1952 Laurence Davis Australia
  • 1952 Pete Wallfisch Israel
  • 1953 Alexander Sellier West Germany
  • 1953 Edouard Vercelli Argentina
  • 1954 Ingrid Haebler Austra
  • 1954 Fernande Kaeser Switzerland
  • 1956 Robert Alexander Bohnke West Germany
  • 1956 James Mathis US
  • 1956 Eduard Mrazek Austra
  • 1957 1. Prize Thérèse Dussaut France
  • 1957 2. Prize Sumiko Inouchi Japan
  • 1958 1. Prize Hans Eckart Besch West Germany
  • 1958 2. Prize Michael Ponti US
  • 1958 2. Prize Dieter Weber Austra
  • 1959 1. Prize Friedrich Wilhelm Schnurr West Germany
  • 1959 2. Prize Gernot Kahl West Germany
  • 1959 2. Prize Norman Shetler US
  • 1960 2. Prize Thérèse Castaing France
  • 1960 3. Prize Evelyn Ursat France
  • 1960 4. Prize Yoko Kono Japan
  • 1961 2. Prize Pavica Gvozdić Yugoslavia
  • 1961 3. Prize Alexandra Ablewicz Poland
  • 1961 3. Prize Maureen Beeken U.K.
  • 1962 2. Prize Christoph Eschenbach West Germany
  • 1962 3. Prize Lis Smed Christensen Denmark
  • 1962 3. Prize Milena Mollowa Bulgaria
  • 1963 2. Prize Edith Fischer Switzerland
  • 1963 2. Prize Evelyne Flauw France
  • 1963 3. Prize Dolores Holtz US
  • 1965 1. Prize Judith Burgänger US
  • 1965 3. Prize Dag Achatz Sweden
  • 1965 3. Prize Hanae Nakajima Japan
  • 1966 1. Prize Claude Savard France
  • 1966 3. Prize Mitsuko Uchida Japan
  • 1967 2. Prize Elena Tatulian USSR
  • 1967 3. Prize Anthony Goldstone U.K.
  • 1967 3. Prize Valerij Kastelskij USSR
  • 1968 1. Prize Anne Queffélec France
  • 1968 3. Prize Mériem Bléger France
  • 1968 3. Prize Yuko Fujimura Japan
  • 1969 2. Prize Wilfried Kassebaum West Germany
  • 1969 2. Prize Erika Lux Hungary
  • 1969 3. Prize Piotr Paleczny Poland
  • 1970 2. Prize André de Groote Belgium
  • 1970 2. Prize Akiko Kitagawa Japan
  • 1971 2. Prize Marian Migdal Poland
  • 1971 2. Prize Martino Tirimo U.K.
  • 1971 3. Prize Carolyn Moran US
  • 1972 1. Prize Pi-hsien Chen Taiwan
  • 1972 3. Prize Roland Keller West Germany
  • 1973 1. Prize James Tocco US
  • 1973 2. Prize Myung Whun Chung Korea
  • 1973 3. Prize Gottfried Hefele West Germany
  • 1975 1. Prize Diane Walsh US
  • 1975 2. Prize Natasha Tadson Israel
  • 1975 3. Prize Nina Tichman US
  • 1977 3. Prize Chieko Oku Japan
  • 1977 3. Prize Mario Patuzzi Italy
  • 1979 1. Prize Hans-Christian Wille West Germany
  • 1979 2. Prize Marioara Trifan US
  • 1979 3. Prize Kenji Watanabe Japan
  • 1981 2. Prize François Killian France
  • 1981 3. Prize Chisato Ogino Japan
  • 1981 3. Prize Rolf Plagge West Germany
  • 1983 1. Prize Kei Itoh Japan
  • 1983 3. Prize Andrei Nikolsky USSR
  • 1983 3. Prize Hai-Kyung Suh Korea
  • 1985 1. Prize Kalle Randalu USSR
  • 1985 2. Prize Daniel Gortler Israel
  • 1985 3. Prize Ewgenij Rywkin USSR
  • 1987 2. Prize Ricardo Castro Brasil
  • 1987 2. Prize Bernd Glemser West Germany
  • 1987 3. Prize Thomas Duis West Germany
  • 1989 1. Prize SUSnne Grützmann GDR
  • 1989 2. Prize Alexandre Tharaud France
  • 1989 3. Prize Kyoko Tabe Japan
  • 1991 2. Prize Momo Kodama Japan
  • 1991 3. Prize Valery Buerin USSR
  • 1991 3. Prize Yoshikazu Jumei Japan
  • 1993 1. Prize Anna Malikowa Russia
  • 1993 2. Prize Ohad Ben Ari Israel
  • 1995 2. Prize Adrian Oetiker Switzerland
  • 1995 3. Prize Claire-Marie Le Guay France
  • 1997 2. Prize Özgür Aydin US
  • 1997 3. Prize Etsuko Hirose Japan
  • 1997 3. Prize Yiaohan Wang China
  • 1999 2. Prize Oliver Kern Germany
  • 1999 2. Prize Severinvon Eckardstein Germany

Piano DuoEdit

  • 1955 Kurt Bauer / Heidi Bung West Germany
  • 1955 Alfons and Aloys Kontarsky West Germany
  • 1964 2. Prize Marie-José Billard / Julien Azaïs France
  • 1964 2. Prize Joanne and Joyce Weintraub US
  • 1974 1. Prize Anthony and Joseph Paratore US
  • 1974 2. Prize Elif and Bedii Aran Turkey
  • 1974 3. Prize Marina Horak Yugoslavia / Hakon Austbö Norway
  • 1980 2. Prize Alexander and Natalia Bagdassarov USSR
  • 1980 2. Prize Cameron Grant / James Winn US
  • 1980 3. Prize Carlos Duarte / Varda Shamban Venezuela/Israel
  • 1986 3. Prize Zsuzsanna Kollar / Gabriella Lang Hungary
  • 1986 3. Prize Hans Peter and Volker Stenzl West Germany
  • 1992 2. Prize Thomas Hecht / Sandra Shapiro US
  • 1992 3. Prize Silke-Thora Matthies / Christian Köhn Germany
  • 1996 2. Prize Irene Alexeytchuk / Yuri Kot Ukraine
  • 1996 2. Prize Liuben Dimitrov / Aglika Genova Bulgaria

OrganEdit

  • 1957 1. Prize Franz Lehrndorfer West Germany
  • 1957 2. Prize Viktor Lukas West Germany
  • 1959 1. Prize Hedwig Bilgram West Germany
  • 1959 2. Prize Lionel Rogg Switzerland
  • 1962 1. Prize Wolfgang Sebastian Meyer West Germany
  • 1962 2. Prize François Desbaillet Switzerland
  • 1962 3. Prize Mireille Lagacé Canada
  • 1966 2. Prize Cherry Rhodes US
  • 1966 3. Prize Daniel Roth France
  • 1966 3. Prize Günther Kaunzinger West Germany
  • 1971 1. Prize Edgar Krapp West Germany
  • 1971 3. Prize Charles Benbow US
  • 1971 3. Prize Gerhard Weinberger West Germany
  • 1975 2. Prize Klemens Schnorr West Germany
  • 1975 3. Prize Martin Lücker West Germany
  • 1979 2. Prize Ludger Lohmann West Germany
  • 1979 3. Prize Karol Golebiowski Poland
  • 1987 2. Prize Heidi Emmert West Germany
  • 1987 2. Prize Martin Sander West Germany
  • 1987 3. Prize Stefan Palm West Germany
  • 1994 2. Prize Ariane Metz Germany
  • 1994 3. Prize Leonhard Amselgruber Germany
  • 1999 2. Prize Martin Kaleschke Germany

CembaloEdit

  • 1958 1. Prize Vera Schwarz Austra
  • 1964 2. Prize William Read US
  • 1964 3. Prize Gottfried Bach West Germany
  • 1964 3. Prize Jörg Ewald Dähler Switzerland
  • 1970 2. Prize Martha Brickman Canada
  • 1984 1. Prize Władysław Marek Kłosiewicz Poland

VoiceEdit

  • 1954 Margit Kobeck West Germany
  • 1954 Svetka Soucek-Ahlin Yugoslavia
  • 1955 Johannes Wilbrink Netherlands
  • 1956 Wilhelm Schäfer West Germany
  • 1956 Elizabeth Wrancher US
  • 1957 1. Prize Jadwiga Romanska Poland
  • 1957 2. Prize Julianna Falk Hungary
  • 1957 2. Prize Marie Thérèse Freymann France
  • 1958 2. Prize Demeter Marczis Hungary
  • 1958 2. Prize Jacques Villisech France
  • 1959 2. Prize Brian Hansford Australia
  • 1959 2. Prize Jindřich Jindrák ČSSR
  • 1959 2. Prize Lois Laverty US
  • 1959 2. Prize Mary Wells U.K.
  • 1960 1. Prize Iwan Rebroff West Germany
  • 1960 2. Prize Annabelle Bernard US
  • 1960 2. Prize Raymond Michalski US
  • 1960 3. Prize Robert Hoyem US
  • 1960 3. Prize Božena Lewgowd Poland
  • 1960 3. Prize Teresa Zylis-Gara Poland
  • 1960 4. Prize Thomas Carey US
  • 1961 1. Prize George Fortune US
  • 1961 2. Prize Alpha Brawner US
  • 1961 2. Prize Floretta Volovini Greece
  • 1961 3. Prize Julianna Falk Austra
  • 1961 3. Prize Roland Hermann West Germany
  • 1961 3. Prize Benjamin Luxon U.K.
  • 1962 1. Prize Delfina Ambroziak Poland
  • 1962 1. Prize Kenneth John Bowen U.K.
  • 1962 2. Prize Franco Bordoni Italy
  • 1962 3. Prize Elda Cervo Italy
  • 1962 3. Prize József Dene Hungary
  • 1962 3. Prize Georg Pappas Greece
  • 1963 1. Prize Jules Bastin Belgium
  • 1963 1. Prize Veronica Tyler US
  • 1963 2. Prize Andreas Saciuk Poland
  • 1963 3. Prize Julijana Anastasijević Yugoslavia
  • 1963 3. Prize Jens Flottau West Germany
  • 1964 2. Prize Günter Missenhardt West Germany
  • 1964 2. Prize Endre Ütö Hungary
  • 1964 2. Prize Nobuko Yamamoto Japan
  • 1964 3. Prize Eva Andor Hungary
  • 1964 3. Prize Ljiljana Molnar Yugoslavia
  • 1964 extra Prize Konzertgesang Max van Egmond Netherlands
  • 1964 extra Prize Liedgesang Bruce Abel US
  • 1965 1. Prize Antonio Blancas-Laplaza Spanien
  • 1965 1. Prize Althea Bridges Australia
  • 1965 2. Prize Romano Emili Italy
  • 1965 2. Prize Teresa Wojtaszek-Kubiak Poland
  • 1965 3. Prize Simon Estes US
  • 1965 3. Prize Barbara Rondelli US
  • 1966 1. Prize Ileana Cotrubas Romenia
  • 1966 1. Prize Denis Korolev USSR
  • 1966 2. Prize Siegmund Nimsgern West Germany
  • 1966 3. Prize Lilleba Lund Norway
  • 1966 3. Prize Uta Schwappach West Germany
  • 1966 3. Prize Georgij Selezner USSR
  • 1967 1. Prize Knut Skram Norway
  • 1967 2. Prize József Dene Hungary
  • 1967 2. Prize Jadwiga Gadulanka Poland
  • 1967 3. Prize Joan Carden Australia
  • 1967 3. Prize John West US
  • 1968 1. Prize Jessye Norman US
  • 1968 1. Prize Michael Schopper West Germany
  • 1968 2. Prize Marco Bakker Netherlands
  • 1968 2. Prize Reingard Didusch Austra
  • 1968 2. Prize Else Paaske Denmark
  • 1969 2. Prize Shogo Miyahara Japan
  • 1969 2. Prize Oriel Sutherland U.K.
  • 1969 Prize Lauretta Dorsey Young US
  • 1969 3. Prize Ria Bollen Belgium
  • 1969 3. Prize Michael Litmanov USSR
  • 1970 2. Prize Esther Casas Coll Spanien
  • 1970 2. Prize Ionel Pantea Romenia
  • 1970 2. Prize William Parker US
  • 1970 3. Prize Faye Robinson US
  • 1970 3. Prize Yuko Tsuji Japan
  • 1970 3. Prize Victor van Halem West Germany
  • 1971 2. Prize Toshimitsu Kimura Japan
  • 1971 2. Prize Gennadi Pinjashin USSR
  • 1971 2. Prize Anita Terzian US
  • 1971 2. Prize Patricia Wells U.K.
  • 1971 3. Prize Angelina Ilina USSR
  • 1971 3. Prize Jaroslav Stajnc ČSSR
  • 1972 1. Prize Robert Holl Netherlands
  • 1972 2. Prize Robert Currier Christesen US
  • 1972 2. Prize Patricia Stasis US
  • 1972 2. Prize Carole Walters US
  • 1972 3. Prize Otoniel Gonzaga Philippines
  • 1972 3. Prize Edith Guillaume Denmark
  • 1974 1. Prize Margret Marshall U.K.
  • 1974 2. Prize Gordon Greer US
  • 1974 2. Prize Hanns-Friedrich Kunz West Germany
  • 1974 2. Prize Hiroko Shiraishi Japan
  • 1974 3. Prize Francisco Araiza Mexico
  • 1974 3. Prize Candace Baranowski US
  • 1976 2. Prize Philip Bernard Frohnmayer US
  • 1976 2. Prize Iwan Konsulov Bulgaria
  • 1976 2. Prize Mitsuko Shirai Japan
  • 1976 3. Prize Janet Pranschke US
  • 1976 3. Prize Elizabeth Richards US
  • 1978 2. Prize Zehava Gal Israel
  • 1978 2. Prize Ingemar Korjus Canada
  • 1978 2. Prize Roberto Nalerio-Frachia Uruguay
  • 1978 3. Prize Keiko Hibi Japan
  • 1978 3. Prize Jacqueline Paige-Green US
  • 1980 1. Prize Yoshie Tanaka Japan
  • 1980 2. Prize Dariusz Niemirowicz Poland
  • 1980 2. Prize Edith Wiens Canada
  • 1980 3. Prize Pamela Coburn US
  • 1980 3. Prize Pavel Horaček ČSSR
  • 1982 1. Prize Kaaren Erickson US
  • 1982 2. Prize Anne Sofie von Otter Sweden
  • 1982 3. Prize Carla Cook US
  • 1982 3. Prize Joel Katz Canada
  • 1982 3. Prize Kwan-Dong Kim South Korea
  • 1984 1. Prize Maria Russo US
  • 1984 2. Prize André Howard South Africa
  • 1984 2. Prize Mariana Slawowa Bulgaria
  • 1984 3. Prize Alan Cemore US
  • 1984 3. Prize Ian Christopher Trinidad / Tobago
  • 1984 3. Prize Tomoko Nakamura Japan
  • 1986 1. Prize Barbara Kilduff US
  • 1986 1. Prize Derek Lee Ragin US
  • 1986 2. Prize Masako Saida Japan
  • 1986 2. Prize Jacob Will US
  • 1986 3. Prize Samuel Cook US
  • 1986 3. Prize Martina MUScchio Italy
  • 1988 1. Prize Thomas Quasthoff West Germany
  • 1988 2. Prize Lívia Aghová ČSSR
  • 1988 2. Prize Ursula Kunz West Germany
  • 1988 2. Prize Robert Swensen US
  • 1988 3. Prize Kyung-Shin Park South Korea
  • 1988 3. Prize Marcin Rudziński Poland
  • 1990 1. Prize Andrzej Dobber Poland
  • 1990 1. Prize Elena Moşuc Romenia
  • 1990 2. Prize Ruxandra Donose Romenia
  • 1990 2. Prize Oliver Widmer Switzerland
  • 1990 3. Prize Bodil Arnesen Norway
  • 1990 3. Prize Stefan Heidemann West Germany
  • 1992 2. Prize Melinda Paulsen US
  • 1992 2. Prize Rika Shiratsuchi Japan
  • 1992 2. Prize Philip Zawisza US
  • 1992 3. Prize Locky Chung South Korea
  • 1992 3. Prize Reginaldo Pineiro Brasil
  • 1994 1. Prize Urszula Kryger Poland
  • 1994 2. Prize Christian Elsner Germany
  • 1994 3. Prize Luisa Islam-Ali-Zade Usbekistan
  • 1994 3. Prize Markus Krause Germany
  • 1994 3. Prize Juan José Lopera Columbia
  • 1994 3. Prize Frauke May Germany
  • 1996 2. Prize Anna Korondi Hungary
  • 1996 2. Prize Arutjun Kotchinian Armenien
  • 1996 2. Prize Hanno Müller-Brachmann Germany
  • 1996 3. Prize Stanca-Maria Bogdan Romenia
  • 1996 3. Prize Xiaoliang Li China
  • 1996 3. Prize Oana-Andra Ulieriu Romenia
  • 1998 2. Prize Jae-Hyoung Kim South Korea
  • 1998 2. Prize Jialin Zhang China
  • 1998 3. Prize Rudolf Rosen Switzerland
  • 1998 3. Prize Anke Vondung Germany

ViolinEdit

  • 1953 Igor Ozim Yugoslavia
  • 1956 Edith Peinemann West Germany
  • 1956 Tessa Robbins U.K.
  • 1958 2. Prize Oscar Yatco Philippines
  • 1961 2. Prize Tomiko Shida Japan
  • 1961 2. Prize Yossef Zivoni Israel
  • 1961 3. Prize Gerhard Hetzel West Germany
  • 1966 1. Prize Konstanty Kulka Poland
  • 1966 2. Prize Izabella Petrosian USSR
  • 1966 3. Prize Jurij Mazurkevič USSR
  • 1969 2. Prize Cristiano Rossi Italy
  • 1969 2. Prize Masako Yanagita Japan
  • 1969 3. Prize Emmy Verhey Netherlands
  • 1972 2. Prize Nilla Pierrou Sweden
  • 1972 3. Prize Ernst Kovačič Austra
  • 1975 2. Prize Dora Schwarzberg Israel
  • 1975 3. Prize Kaja Danczowska Poland
  • 1975 3. Prize Eugen Sarbu Romenia
  • 1978 2. Prize Hae-Kyoung Kim Korea
  • 1978 3. Prize Olivier Charlier France
  • 1978 3. Prize Irina Tseitlin staatenlos
  • 1981 2. Prize Gwen Hoebig Canada
  • 1981 3. Prize Florian Sonnleitner West Germany
  • 1984 1. Prize Takumi Kubota Japan
  • 1984 2. Prize Christian Tetzlaff West Germany
  • 1984 3. Prize Peter Matzka US
  • 1988 2. Prize Mi-Kyung Lee Korea
  • 1988 3. Prize Sonig Tchakerian Italy
  • 1992 2. Prize Erez Ofer Israel
  • 1992 3. Prize Pavel Sporcl ČSSR
  • 1992 3. Prize Scott St. John Canada
  • 1995 1. Prize Piotr Plawner Poland
  • 1995 2. Prize Bettina Gradinger Austra
  • 1999 2. Prize Bin Huang China
  • 1999 3. Prize Andrei Bielov Ukraine
  • 1999 3. Prize Francesco Manara Italy

Violin DuoEdit

  • 1953 Ronald Woodcock Violine / Lamar Crowson Australia/US Klavier
  • 1955 Renato Giangrandi / Arlette Eggmann Italy
  • 1956 Alan Grishman / Joel Ryce US
  • 1957 1. Prize György Pauk/Peter Frankl Hungary
  • 1957 2. Prize Thomas Brandis / Robert Henry West Germany/US
  • 1960 2. Prize Albert Kocsis / Zsuzsanna Szabó Hungary
  • 1960 3. Prize Joseph und Arlene Pach Canada
  • 1963 1. Prize Clara Bonaldi / Sylvaine Billier France
  • 1963 2. Prize Gerhard Hetzel / Ramón Walter West Germany/Switzerland
  • 1963 3. Prize Andrew Dawes / Marylou Kolbinson Canada
  • 1968 2. Prize Rolf Schulte/ Taoko Ouchi West Germany/Japan
  • 1968 2. Prize Donald Weilerstein / SUSn Halligan US
  • 1968 3. Prize Takahiro Muroya / Naoyuki Inoue Japan
  • 1971 1. Prize Levon Chilingirian / Clifford Benson U.K.
  • 1971 2. Prize Isidora Schwarzberg / Boris Petruschanskij USSR
  • 1971 3. Prize Ildikó Bán / Katalin Váradi Hungary
  • 1974 3. Prize Miroslaw Lawrynowicz / Krystyna Makowska Poland
  • 1974 3. Prize John und Dorothee Snow U.K.
  • 1979 2. Prize Pavel Vernikov / Konstantin Bogino USSR
  • 1979 3. Prize Peter und Gabriel Rosenberg West Germany
  • 1983 2. Prize Peter Matzka Violine/Teresa Turner-Jones US Klavier
  • 1983 3. Prize Kazuki und Emiko Sawa Japan
  • 1990 1. Prize Hagai Shaham / Arnon Erez Israel
  • 1990 2. Prize Mayumi Seiler / Tünde Kurucz Austra/Hungary
  • 1998 2. Prize Ariadne Daskalakis / Miri Yampolsky US/Israel
  • 1998 3. Prize Akiko Tanaka / Evgueni Sinaiski Japan/Russia
  • 1998 3. Prize Marco Rogliano / Maurizio Paciariello Italy

ViolaEdit

  • 1962 2. Prize Attila Bálogh Hungary/West Germany
  • 1962 3. Prize Hermann Voss West Germany
  • 1967 2. Prize Nobuko Imai Japan
  • 1967 2. Prize Michail Tolpygo USSR
  • 1967 2. Prize Vjačeslav Trušin USSR
  • 1971 1. Prize Vladimir Stopitschev USSR
  • 1971 2. Prize Rainer Moog West Germany
  • 1971 3. Prize Uri Mayer Israel
  • 1976 1. Prize Yuri Baschmet USSR
  • 1976 2. Prize Wolfram Christ West Germany
  • 1976 3. Prize Thomas Riebl Austra
  • 1980 2. Prize Johannes Flieder Austra
  • 1980 3. Prize Kim Kashkashian US
  • 1980 3. Prize Tomoko Shirao Japan
  • 1983 2. Prize Barbara Westphal West Germany
  • 1989 2. Prize Hideko Kobayashi Japan
  • 1989 3. Prize Tomoko Ariu Japan
  • 1989 3. Prize Roberto Diaz Chile
  • 1993 2. Prize Hsin-Yun Huang Taiwan
  • 1993 3. Prize Gilad Karni Israel
  • 1993 3. Prize Shoko Mabuchi Japan
  • 1997 1. Prize Naoko Shimizu Japan
  • 1997 2. Prize Cathy Basrak US
  • 1997 3. Prize Tomomi Shinozaki Japan

CelloEdit

  • 1957 1. Prize Georg Donderer West Germany
  • 1957 2. Prize Leslie Parnas US
  • 1963 2. Prize Werner Eugster Switzerland
  • 1963 2. Prize Tsuyoshi Tsutsumi Japan
  • 1963 3. Prize Raphael Sommer Israel
  • 1968 2. Prize Valentin Erben Austra
  • 1968 3. Prize Wolfgang Mehlhorn West Germany
  • 1968 3. Prize Geneviève Teulières France
  • 1973 2. Prize Denis Brott Canada
  • 1973 2. Prize Jean Déplace France
  • 1973 3. Prize Frans Helmerson Sweden
  • 1977 1. Prize Antonio Meneses Brasil
  • 1977 3. Prize Evelyn Elsing US
  • 1977 3. Prize Georg Faust West Germany
  • 1982 2. Prize Alexander Baillie U.K.
  • 1982 2. Prize Young-Chang Cho Korea
  • 1982 3. Prize Ulrike Schäfer West Germany
  • 1986 2. Prize Michal Kańka ČSSR
  • 1986 2. Prize Gustav Rivinius West Germany
  • 1986 3. Prize Jean-Guihen Queyras France
  • 1990 2. Prize Alban Gerhardt West Germany
  • 1990 2. Prize Michael Sanderling GDR
  • 1990 3. Prize Ludwig Quandt West Germany
  • 1994 1. Prize Jens Peter Maintz Germany
  • 1994 2. Prize Tatjana Vasiljeva Russia
  • 1994 3. Prize Tanja Tetzlaff Germany
  • 1998 2. Prize Niklas Eppinger Germany
  • 1998 3. Prize Sol Gabetta Argentina

BassEdit

  • 1979 2. Prize Michinori Bunya Japan
  • 1979 3. Prize Jiři Hudec ČSSR
  • 1979 3. Prize Josef Niederhammer Austra
  • 1985 2. Prize Esko Laine Finland
  • 1985 2. Prize Dorin Marc Romenia
  • 1985 3. Prize Håkan Ehren Norway
  • 1991 2. Prize Giuseppe Ettore Italy
  • 1991 3. Prize Janne Saksala Finland

FluteEdit

  • 1953 Peter Lukas Graf Switzerland
  • 1953 Konrad Hampe West Germany
  • 1960 1. Prize Paul Meisen West Germany
  • 1960 2. Prize Michel Debost France
  • 1960 2. Prize Hirohiko Kato Japan
  • 1964 2. Prize Michel Debost France
  • 1964 2. Prize Paula Robison (nee Sylvester) US
  • 1964 3. Prize Sylvia Navarro Uruguay
  • 1970 2. Prize Valentin Zverev USSR
  • 1970 3. Prize Lô Angelloz France
  • 1970 3. Prize Gunther Pohl West Germany
  • 1974 2. Prize Abbie de Quant Netherlands
  • 1974 2. Prize Roswitha Staege West Germany
  • 1974 3. Prize Irena Grafenauer Yugoslavia
  • 1979 2. Prize Irena Grafenauer Yugoslavia
  • 1979 3. Prize Shigenori Kudo Japan
  • 1979 3. Prize Hideaki Sakai Japan
  • 1985 2. Prize Eric Kirchhoff France
  • 1985 3. Prize Sanae Nakayama Japan
  • 1985 3. Prize Gaby Pas-Van Riet Netherlands
  • 1990 1. Prize Petri Alanko Finland
  • 1990 2. Prize Michael-Martin Kofler Austra
  • 1995 2. Prize Davide Formisano Italy
  • 1995 2. Prize Sabine Kittel Germany
  • 1995 3. Prize Marina Leguay France

OboeEdit

  • 1954 Gaston Maugras France
  • 1957 2. Prize László Bohr Hungary
  • 1957 2. Prize Peter Fuchs Switzerland
  • 1961 1. Prize Heinz Holliger Switzerland
  • 1961 2. Prize André Lardrot France
  • 1961 3. Prize Maurice Bourgue France
  • 1967 1. Prize Maurice Bourgue France
  • 1967 3. Prize Anatolji Ljubimov USSR
  • 1967 3. Prize Otto Winter West Germany
  • 1972 2. Prize Hansjörg Schellenberger West Germany
  • 1972 3. Prize Radu Emil Chisu Romenia
  • 1976 3. Prize Thomas Indermühle Switzerland
  • 1981 2. Prize Klaus Becker West Germany
  • 1981 3. Prize Mechiel Henri van den Brink Netherlands
  • 1981 3. Prize David Walter France
  • 1986 2. Prize Volkmar Schöller West Germany
  • 1986 3. Prize Nicholas Daniel U.K.
  • 1986 3. Prize Fabian Menzel West Germany
  • 1991 2. Prize François Leleux France
  • 1991 3. Prize Washington Barella Brasil
  • 1996 2. Prize Stefan Schilli Germany
  • 1996 3. Prize Clara Dent Austra
  • 1996 3. Prize Dominik Wollenweber Germany

BassoonEdit

  • 1954 André Rabot France
  • 1954 Gérard Marcellin Tantot France
  • 1958 2. Prize Gábor Janota Hungary
  • 1958 2. Prize Richard Popp West Germany
  • 1965 3. Prize Klaus Thunemann West Germany
  • 1975 2. Prize Jiři Seidl ČSSR
  • 1975 2. Prize Tomasz Marcin Sosnowski Poland
  • 1975 3. Prize Gilbert Audin France
  • 1984 2. Prize Dag Jensen Norway
  • 1984 2. Prize Sylvain Lhuissier France
  • 1984 3. Prize Holger Straube GDR
  • 1990 2. Prize Sergio Azzolini Italy
  • 1990 2. Prize Dag Jensen Norway

ClarinetEdit

  • 1954 Norbert Bourdon France
  • 1957 1. Prize Edmond Boulanger France
  • 1957 2. Prize Karl Leister West Germany
  • 1962 2. Prize Karl Leister West Germany
  • 1968 1. Prize Franklin Cohen US
  • 1968 2. Prize Juraj Hirner ČSSR
  • 1968 3. Prize Kurt Weber Switzerland
  • 1973 3. Prize David Glick US
  • 1973 3. Prize Rainer Schumacher West Germany
  • 1977 3. Prize Claude Faucomprez France
  • 1977 3. Prize David Shifrin US
  • 1982 2. Prize Philippe Cuper France
  • 1982 2. Prize Charles Neidich US
  • 1982 3. Prize John Bruce Yeh US
  • 1987 2. Prize Anna-Maija Korsimaa Finland
  • 1987 3. Prize Fabrizio Meloni Italy
  • 1987 3. Prize Richard Rimbert France
  • 1992 2. Prize Sharon Kam Israel
  • 1992 3. Prize Alessandro Carbonare Italy
  • 1998 3. Prize Nicolas Baldeyrou France

TrumpetEdit

  • 1958 2. Prize Werner Roelstraete Belgium
  • 1963 1. Prize Maurice Jean André France
  • 1963 3. Prize Francis Marcel Hardy France
  • 1971 2. Prize Janis Marshelle Coffman US
  • 1971 2. Prize Guy Michel Touvron France
  • 1980 2. Prize Richard Steuart Canada
  • 1980 3. Prize Ketil Christensen Denmark
  • 1986 2. Prize Reinhold Friedrich West Germany
  • 1986 3. Prize Urban Agnas Sweden
  • 1986 3. Prize George Vosburgh US
  • 1993 2. Prize Wolfgang Bauer Germany
  • 1993 3. Prize Jens Lindemann Canada
  • 1997 3. Prize Gábor Boldoczki Hungary
  • 1997 3. Prize Olivier Theurillat France

HornEdit

  • 1956 Gerd Seifert West Germany
  • 1960 2. Prize Josef Brazda ČSSR
  • 1960 2. Prize Peter Damm GDR
  • 1960 3. Prize Jaroslav Kotulan ČSSR
  • 1960 3. Prize Hans Helfried Richter West Germany
  • 1964 1. Prize Hermann Baumann West Germany
  • 1964 2. Prize Ferenc Tarjáni Hungary
  • 1964 3. Prize Jaroslav Kotulan ČSSR
  • 1969 1. Prize Norbert Hauptmann West Germany
  • 1969 2. Prize Zdeněk Tylšar ČSSR
  • 1969 3. Prize Pavel Jevstignejev USSR
  • 1973 2. Prize Johannes Ritzkowsky West Germany
  • 1973 3. Prize Vladimíra Bouchalová ČSSR
  • 1973 3. Prize Vladislav Grigorov Bulgaria
  • 1978 2. Prize John McDonald Canada
  • 1978 3. Prize Zdeněk Divoký ČSSR
  • 1978 3. Prize James Ross US
  • 1983 1. Prize Radovan Vlatković Yugoslavia
  • 1983 3. Prize Marie-Luise Neunecker West Germany
  • 1983 3. Prize Corbin Wagner US
  • 1988 2. Prize Jindřich Petráš ČSSR
  • 1988 2. Prize James Sommerville Canada
  • 1988 3. Prize Geoffrey Bain Winter US
  • 1994 1. Prize Radek Baborák ČSSR
  • 1994 2. Prize Markus L. Frank Germany
  • 1994 3. Prize Markus Maskuniitty Finland
  • 1999 2. Prize Alessio Allegrini Italy
  • 1999 2. Prize László Seemann Hungary
  • 1999 3. Prize Sibylle Mahni Switzerland

TromboneEdit

  • 1965 2. Prize Jean-Pierre Mathieu France
  • 1965 2. Prize Zdeněk Pulec ČSSR
  • 1974 2. Prize Ronald Barron US
  • 1974 2. Prize Branimir Slokar Yugoslavia
  • 1974 3. Prize Michel Becquet France
  • 1981 2. Prize Michel Becquet France
  • 1981 2. Prize Michael Mulcahy Australia
  • 1981 3. Prize Gilles Millière France
  • 1989 2. Prize Jonas Krister Bylund Sweden
  • 1989 3. Prize Heather Buchman US
  • 1989 3. Prize Thomas Horch West Germany
  • 1995 3. Prize András Fejér Hungary
  • 1995 3. Prize Jean Raffard France

String trioEdit

  • 1961 2. Prize Hidi Trio Hungary
  • 1961 2. Prize Szász Trio Hungary
  • 1961 3. Prize Biffoli-Trio Italy
  • 1969 2. Prize Sebestyén Trio Hungary

String quartetEdit

  • 1959 2. Prize Weiner Quartett Hungary quartett
  • 1959 2. Prize Weller Quartett Austra
  • 1965 1. Prize Dimov Quartett Bulgaria
  • 1965 2. Prize Bernède Quartett France
  • 1965 3. Prize University of Southern California String Quartet US
  • 1970 1. Prize Tokyo String Quartet Japan
  • 1970 3. Prize Schischlov Quartett USSR
  • 1973 2. Prize Academica Quartett Romenia
  • 1973 3. Prize Robert Schumann Quartett West Germany
  • 1973 3. Prize Wilanów Quartett Poland
  • 1977 2. Prize Eder Quartett Hungary
  • 1977 3. Prize International String Quartet US
  • 1977 3. Prize Polnisches Streichquartett Poland
  • 1982 2. Prize Havlák Quartett ČSSR
  • 1982 3. Prize Auryn Quartett West Germany
  • 1982 3. Prize Chester Quartett US
  • 1987 2. Prize Parisii Quartett France
  • 1987 2. Prize Petersen Quartett GDR
  • 1991 2. Prize Mandelring Quartett Germany
  • 1991 2. Prize Neues Leipziger Streichquartett Germany
  • 1996 1. Prize Artemis Quartett Germany/Russia
  • 1996 3. Prize Quatuor Castagneri France/Romenia

Piano trioEdit

  • 1961 1. Prize Junges Wiener Trio Austra
  • 1969 1. Prize Derevjanko Trio USSR
  • 1969 2. Prize Bondurjanskij Trio USSR
  • 1969 3. Prize Stuttgarter Klaviertrio West Germany
  • 1976 3. Prize Oslo Trio Norway
  • 1981 2. Prize Zingara Trio U.K.
  • 1981 3. Prize Apollo Trio Korea/US
  • 1981 3. Prize Grüneburg Trio West Germany
  • 1988 2. Prize Trio Wanderer France
  • 1995 1. Prize Trio Bartholdy France
  • 1995 2. Prize Trio di Parma Italy
  • 1998 2. Prize Clemente Trio Germany
  • 1998 2. Prize Trio di Parma Italy

Wind quintetEdit

  • 1966 1. Prize Bläserquintett des Akademischen Kirov Theaters USSR
  • 1966 2. Prize Akademisches Bläserquintett Prag ČSSR
  • 1966 3. Prize Bläserquintett der Deutschen Oper Berlin West Germany
  • 1975 2. Prize Syrinx Quintett West Germany
  • 1975 3. Prize Bläserquintett der Jeunesses Musicales Budapest Hungary
  • 1980 2. Prize Chalumeau Quintett West Germany
  • 1980 2. Prize Nielsen Quintett France
  • 1985 2. Prize Berliner Bläserquintett GDR
  • 1985 3. Prize Albert Schweitzer Quintett West Germany
  • 1985 3. Prize British Woodwind Quintet U.K.
  • 1989 1. Prize Ma’alot Quintett West Germany
  • 1989 2. Prize Arcis Quintett West Germany
  • 1989 3. Prize Kammervereinigung Berlin GDR
  • 1993 2. Prize Quintetto Bibiena Italy
  • 1993 2. Prize Quintette Debussy France
  • 1993 3. Prize Kammervereinigung Berlin Germany
  • 1997 1. Prize Afflatus Quintett ČSSR
  • 1997 2. Prize Quintette Nocturne France
  • 1997 3. Prize Orsolino Quintett Germany/Austra

PercussionEdit

  • 1977 2. Prize John Boudler US
  • 1977 2. Prize Sumire Yoshihara Japan
  • 1977 3. Prize Midori Takada Japan
  • 1985 1. Prize Peter Sadlo West Germany
  • 1985 3. Prize Markus Christopher Lutz US
  • 1985 3. Prize Michael Ort West Germany
  • 1991 2. Prize Kirk Brundage US
  • 1991 3. Prize Stefan Hüge Germany
  • 1991 3. Prize Adam Weisman US
  • 1997 2. Prize Hideki Ikegami Japan
  • 1997 2. Prize Markus Leoson Sweden

HarpEdit

  • 1983 2. Prize Isabelle Moretti France

GuitarEdit

  • 1976 2. Prize Sharon Isbin US
  • 1976 3. Prize Ricardo Fernández-Iznaola Venezuela
  • 1982 2. Prize Stefano Grondona Italy
  • 1982 2. Prize Timo Korhonen Finland
  • 1982 3. Prize Thomas Müller-Pehring West Germany
  • 1989 1. Prize Luis Orlandini Chile
  • 1989 3. Prize Miguel Charosky Argentina
  • 1989 3. Prize Alexander Swete Austra
  • 1993 2. Prize Joaquín de Jesús Clerch Diaz Kuba
  • 1993 2. Prize Pablo Marquez Argentina

RecorderEdit

  • 1978 3. Prize Shigeharu Hirao-Yamaoka Japan
  • 1978 3. Prize Michael Schneider West Germany
  • 1988 2. Prize Robert Ehrlich U.K.
  • 1988 2. Prize Carin van Heerden South Africa
  • 1988 3. Prize Dan Laurin Sweden

Piano playing from the sheetEdit

  • 1963 1. reward Karl Bergemann West Germany
  • 1963 2. reward Solange Robin-Chiapparin France
  • 1963 3. reward Sylvaine Billier France
  • 1965 2. reward Frank Maus West Germany
  • 1965 2. reward Lucia Negro Italy
  • 1965 3. reward Waldemar Strecke West Germany

ReferencesEdit

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