Sílvia Lanao Aregay (Spain, 1995) with her composition Empordà is the winner of the first prize, the Mary Viëtor Prize, of the Alba Rosa Viëtor Composition Competition.
The second prize is shared between Mario Oyanadel Guiñez (Chili, 1990) with The only lifeline and Ramin Amin Tafreshi (Iran, 1992) with It’s the Voice that shall Remain. Ramin is also the winner of the Audience prize. Congratulations to all three.
Read more about the finalists.
DECEMBER 2, 2018 AT THE CONCERTGEBOUW AMSTERDAM
SUNDAY DEC 2, 2018 | 11:00 AM | RECITAL HALL
Adèle Charvet, mezzo-soprano
Harriet Krijgh, cello
Magda Amara, piano
Fauré – Elégie, op. 24; songs
Bosmans – Sonata in a
Chaminade – songs
SUNDAY DEC 2, 2018 | 2:15 PM | RECITAL HALL
Thomas Beijer, piano
Niek Baar, violin
Ella van Poucke, cello
Dudok Quartet Amsterdam
Viëtor – Piano trio in a
Bosmans – String quartet
C. Schumann – Piano trio in g
Schubert – Ouartettsatz in c, D 703
Finale Alba Rosa Viëtor Composition Competition
New compositions by five finalists performed by the Amatis Piano Trio and vocalists t.b.a.
Jury: Willem Jeths, Tansy Davies, Calliope Tsoupaki, Detlev Glanert, Paolo Marzocchi
A. Mahler – Songs
Wertheim – Zwei Lieder
Weigl – Five songs for soprano and string quartet, op.40
Jeths – Monument to an Universal Marriage
Davies – Song of Pure Nothingness
Fauré – La bonne chanson, op. 61