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   HISTORY
   past winners








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2009

Amsterdam

  1. Tempo Rubato (Japan/Italia): Concert tour in Benelux 9 – 24 October 2010
  2. Helianthus (Belgium): € 3.000
  3. Ensemble Diamanté: (Japan/United Kingdom): € 2.000

Special Prizes:

Ensemble Diamanté won the De Otto van Wassenaer Publieksprijs: € 1.300,–

Anne Pustlauk (flute) won the Musica Antica da Camera Muziekprijs € 1.500,–
The Hauptfisch Trio (Rusland) received the Marie Leonhardt Master Class Award € 1.500,–

2006

The Hague

  1. not awarded
  2. L'Art du Bois (France/Germany) (www.artdubois.de)
    Bassorum Vox (Korea/Japan/Spain)(www.bassorumvox.info.ms)
  3. Andrassy Trio (Austria/Australia)

Special Prizes:
The Otto van Wassenaer Audience Prize was also awarded to L'Art du Bois.
The Musica Antica Prize was presented to Maria Ferré Pérez (lute/baroque guitar)
The Concert prize of the Noorderkerk Concert Foundation was awarded to Bassorum Vox

2004

The Hague

  1. savãdi... (www.savadi.net)
  2. ensemble fidicinium (www.fidicinium.de)
  3. Halcyon Ensemble (www.halcyonensemble.com)
  4. La Soave Melodia (www.lasoavemelodia.com)

Special Prizes:
The Otto van Wassenaer Audience Prize was awarded to savãdi... and ensemble fidicinium
The Musica Antica Prijs was presented to Johannes Heim, (Germany) baroque violin
The Concert prize of the Noorderkerk Concert Foundation was awarded to the Swedish ensemble La Soave Melodia

2002

The Hague

  1. Opera Quarta (Netherlands)
  2. The Burney Players (England)
  3. Nicole van Bruggen, Anneke Veenhoff and Bas van Hengel (Netherlands)
  4. Ensemble Altaïr (France)

Special Prizes:
The Otto van Wassenaer Audience Award was presented to Nicole van Bruggen, Anneke Veenhoff and Bas van Hengel (Netherlands)
The Musica Antica Prize was awarded to Ian Wilson of the English ensemble The Burney Players

2000

The Hague

  1. not awarded
  2. A la Russe, (Russia) and Musicke & Mirth, (Switzerland)
  3. Ensemble Kußkuß, (Germany)
  4. Stravaganza!, (Sweden)

Special Prizes:
The Musica Antica Prize was awarded to Maria Keohane, (Sweden) soprano
The Otto van Wassenaer Audience Prize was presented to A la Russe, (Russia)

1998

The Hague

  1. Amphion Bläseroktett, (Switzerland)
  2. La Primavera, (Netherlands)
  3. La Suave Melodia (Netherlands) and Il Quadrofoglio (Netherlands)

Special Prizes:
The Musica Antica Prize was awarded to Cassandra Luckhardt, (USA) baroque cello/viola da gamba
The Otto van Wassenaer Audience Prize was presented to La Primavera (Netherlands)

1996

The Hague

  1. not awarded
  2. The Pocket Symphony (Russia) and Los Músicos de Su Alteza, (Spain)
  3. La Primavera, (Netherlands)
  4. Quadro Corydon, (Netherlands)

Special Prize:
The Musica Antica Prize was awarded to the fortepianist Arthur Schoonderwoerd (Netherlands)

1994

Amsterdam

  1. not awarded
  2. Duo Smitt-Fentross, (Netherlands)
  3. LAD, (Russia)
  4. La Scatola degli Aghi, (Switzerland)
1993

Amsterdam

  1. Musica Petropolitana, (Russia)
  2. not awarded
  3. Icarus Ensemble, (Netherlands) and Trio Galante, (Netherlands)
  4. Quatuor Matheus, (France)
1992

Utrecht

  1. not awarded
  2. Florilegium, (England)
  3. Ensemble 700, (Italy)
1991

Utrecht

  1. Ensemble Rebel, (Belgium/Netherlands)
  2. Oktetto Amsterdam, (Netherlands)
  3. Affetti Musicali, (Switzerland)
  4. Palladian Ensemble, (England)
1989

Utrecht

  1. not awarded
  2. The New Consort, (Netherlands) (also the KRO- and Musica Belgium-prize)
  3. Dopo Emilio, (Netherlands) (also the Musica Belgium-prize) and Les Récréations Musicales, (Germany) (also VPRO-prize)
  4. Affetti Musicali, (Switzerland)
1988

Amersfoort

  1. not awarded
  2. Les Folies, (Netherlands) (also KRO-prize)
  3. Affetti Musicali, (Switzerland) (also VPRO-prize) and Il Grupetto (Italy)
  4. Flauto Dolce, (Sweden)
1987

Amersfoort

  1. not awarded
  2. Estampie, (Germany) (also NOS-radio and SOMN-prize) and The Cambridge Musick, (England) (also SOMN- and Oude Muziek Amersfoort-prize)
  3. Ensemble Ronald Moelker, (Netherlands) (also KRO-prize)
  4. Il Grupetto, (Italy) and Souffrance 4, (Netherlands)
1986

Amersfoort

  1. Super Librum, (Netherlands) (also concert prize Netherlands and Belgium)(www.superlibrum.nl)
  2. The Locke Consort, (Netherlands)
  3. The Royal Consort, (England)
  4. Thalia Quartet, (Netherlands)

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