The Fanny Mendelssohn Förderpreis is a concept award honoring:
an innovative musical concept
a new interpretive approach
an extraordinary repertoire developed on the basis of the program concept
This is not just about technical virtuosity but rather much more about a visionary form. The winner will have the opportunity to produce and release his/her concept as a debut album.
Have you been nominated by your mentor?
We congratulate you on your nomination!
Download and fill out the application form.
Please do not forget:
completed application form
CV with photograph
Audio recording (mp3 or video recording mp4 or DVD)
The deadline for submissions is
August 31, 2021.
You can submit your application either by email or post.
You can find the terms and conditions of participation here.
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