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© 2019 Fanny Mendelssohn Förderpreis

ABOUT US
The Fanny Mendelssohn Sponsorship Award 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, 2020. You can submit your application either by email or post to the following address.
 

You can find the terms and conditions of participation here.

NEWS
16.11.2019
Joséphine Olech –
FMFP-Gewinnerin 2020!

Sie überzeugte durch ihr innovatives Konzept und gleichermaßen durch ihr virtuoses Spiel und ihre natürliche Persönlichkeit.

zur Preisträgerin 2020 >>

 

29.10.2018
Vera Karner gewinnt beim Cibulka-Wettbewerb
Grazer Tageszeitung.

zum Artikel >>

19.9.2018
Matthias und Maria Well im Interview
BR-Klassik.

zum Artikel >>

CONTACT
 Monday - Friday 
 9am - 6pm

Fanny Mendelssohn Förderpreis

Heilwigstr. 93
20249 Hamburg

Tel.: +49 40 47 55 43


Heide Schwarzweller
Mob.: +49 172 89 14 796
schwarzweller@interlink-kultur.com


Personal assistant:
Jenny Gebauer
Mob.: +49 176 242 319 48

gebauer@interlink-kultur.com
 

THE ASSOCIATION
OF FRIENDS
Verein(t) ist mehr Musik drin.

 

Promoting young talent at the highest level requires supporters.
Here you can find out more about the Fanny Mendelssohn Förderverein.

 
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IMPRESSIONS
CONCERT SCHEDULE
SALON Sommerkonzert / 4:30 p.m. Admission and opportunity for a picnic 7:00 p.m. Concert start
Gut Altenhof (Festspielscheune)
Michael Buchanan in the Frauenkirche Dresden
Dresden Frauenkirche
Award winner concert & presentation of the Fanny Mendelssohn promotional award
Zarrentin Church
Festival of the winners
Elbphilharmonie Hamburg, small hall
 

The Festspiele Mecklenburg-Vorpommern is the third largest classical music festival in Germany. A central program focus is the promotion of young, up-and-coming musicians.

More information is available here.

The purpose of the society is to promote science, education, art and culture,
but especially to honor the memory of Fanny and Felix Mendelssohn and their work. 

 

More information is available here.

During the more than 100 concerts, spiritual Sundays and organ music events it organizes every year, the Dresden Frauenkirche Foundation dedicates special attention to providing venues for an unbiased view of the next generation of international top musicians and young talent.

 

More information is available here.

The Mendelssohn-Haus is the house in which Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy lived and died. Today, it houses a museum in honour of Mendelssohn, who was active here not only as a composer and music director, but also as a cultural politician and piano virtuoso.

 

More information is available here.

OUR PARTNERS
 

Founded in 1992, ES-DUR is a classical and contemporary music label based in Hamburg, Germany. The ES-DUR catalog represents the richness and variety of music history and its genres, but the exciting musical developments of the present - the sounds of our time - play an important role as well.

 

More information is available here.

Classical concerts, jazz festivals, symposiums addressing today's major issues, readings by authors and poetry days: Schloss Elmau can look back over a 100 years of historical and cultural heritage.

More information is available here.

Klassik Radio is the private radio program for classical music. The radio station was founded in 1990 by Ulrich Kubak. Thanks to its innovative programming, Klassik Radio has a comparably young audience aged 30 years and older. Since 2007, the station is the only non-public broadcaster with an own orchestra, the Klassik Radio Pops Orchestra.

 

More information is available here.