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SALZBURG FESTIVAL | CONCERT 2018

YCA Award Concert Weekend 1

Stiftung Mozarteum – Großer Saal

Performers: Olga Rudyk*, Camerata Salzburg, Gábor Káli

* Member of the Young Singers Project – supported by the KÜHNE FOUNDATION
Works by Béla Bartók, Wolfgang A. Mozart, Philip Glass, Joseph Haydn

YCA Award Concert Weekend 2

Stiftung Mozarteum – Großer Saal

Performers: Alyona Rostovskaya*, Camerata Salzburg, Sergey Akimov

* Member of the Young Singers Project – supported by the KÜHNE FOUNDATION
Works by Gioachino Rossini, Wolfgang A. Mozart, Yuri Kasparov, Richard Strauss

YCA Award Concert Weekend 3

Stiftung Mozarteum – Großer Saal

Performers: Katie Coventry*, Camerata Salzburg, Erina Yashima

* Member of the Young Singers Project – supported by the KÜHNE FOUNDATION
Works by Richard Wagner, Wolfgang A. Mozart, Krzysztof Penderecki, Ludwig v. Beethoven

YCA Prize Winner Concert · ORF Radio-Symphonieorchester Wien · Hasan

Felsenreitschule

Performers: Augustin Hadelich, ORF Radio-Symphonieorchester Wien, Kerem Hasan
Works by Jean Sibelius, Dmitry Shostakovich

SALZBURG FESTIVAL BLOG

Nestlé and Salzburg Festival Young Conductors Award 2018: Winner Gábor Káli

by FESTSPIELKIEBITZ  11:40 h;
posted in: Concert, General

( 6 Aug 2018 ) The winner of the Nestlé and Salzburg Festival Young Conductors Award 2018 is Gábor Káli. Congratulations!

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The Nestlé and Salzburg Festival Young Conductors Award is an initiative supported by Nestlé and the Salzburg Festival. 2018 marks the eighth time that the award of € 15,000 will be conferred by an international jury.

The jury will narrow down the applicants to the top three final candidates, who shall conduct concerts at the Salzburg Festival on 3, 4 and 5 August 2018 with the Camerata Salzburg and participants of the Young Singers Project. The award winner will be announced after the concert on 5 August.

In addition to the classical and romantic repertoire, the interpretation of contemporary works will be an important consideration for the jury in its deliberations. The 2018 award winner will be given the opportunity to conduct a concert at the Salzburg Festival in 2019.