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Awards

EUBO Development Trust gives awards to promising young musicians at a number of the most prestigious early music competitions in Europe.


2014

On Thursday 7 August 2014 the EUBO Development Trust Prize was awarded to recorder player Jan Van Hoecke at the Musica Antiqua Competition in Brugge, Belgium.

View the biography of Jan Van Hoecke

At the XIX Bach Competition in Leipzig, Germany, the EUBO Development Trust Prize was awarded to Aleksander Mocek (harpsichord). He will use his prize money to attend masterclasses at the Piccola Accademia di Montisi in Italy this summer, and put the remainder towards the purchase of a harpsichord.


2013

The most promising ensemble taking part in the York Early Music Competition, Der Musikalische Garten, was awarded the EUBO Development Trust Prize. The members of Der Musikalische Gartenare Karoline Echeverri Klemm, Daniela Niedhammer, Annekatrin Beller and Germán Echeverri Chamorro. The ensemble released a CD “Der Musikalische Garten – à 2 Violin. Verstimbt” in 2014.


2012

The EUBO Development Trust Prize was awarded to Lea Rahel Bader (baroque cello) at the XVIII Bach Competition in Leipzig, Germany, and to Jean Rondeau (harpsichord) at the Musica Antiqua Competition in Brugge, Belgium.

View the 2012 biography of Lea Rahel Bader

View the 2012 biography of Jean Rondeau


2011

At the Musica Antiqua Competition in Brugge, Belgium, the EUBO Development Trust Prize was awarded to Anne Freitag (baroque flute). The following year Anne Freitag was a member of the European Union Baroque Ochestra and returned as a soloist in 2013.

View the 2013 biography of Anne Freitag