Among the many 17 chamber music teams competing, no first prize was given at this 12 months’s Worldwide Joseph Joachim Chamber Music Competitors.
Sharing the second prize, value 5,000 Euros every, are Trio Bohémo and Trio Incendio — whereas the third prize, value 2,500 Euros, was awarded to Trio Pantoum.
Three particular prizes got, every amounting to 1,000 Euros. The perfect interpretation of a piece from the “Early Traditional” class went to Trio Incendio, the very best interpretation of a piece from the “Composed After 1970” class went to Trio Bohémo, and the particular award for “a very gifted ensemble” went to Animato Quartet.
Held as soon as each three years, the Worldwide Joseph Joachim Chamber Music Competitors has been attracting probably the most gifted younger ensembles to the College of Music Franz Liszt Weimar for the previous 25 years.
Going down from April 3–10, all competitors rounds passed off on the Festsaal Fürstenhaus. The jury comprised Anne-Kathrin Lindig (Head of the Jury), Miguel da Silva, Valentin Erben, Vera Martínez Mehner, Angelika Merkle, Hartmut Rohde, Bernhard Schmidt, and Florian Wiek.
The competitors is known as after one of the vital necessary chamber musicians of the late nineteenth century, Joseph Joachim (1831-1907). He performed within the Liszt-Joachim-Coßmann piano trio, which gained a legendary fame throughout its quick existence.