Jury – Final

CNDMAntonio Moral
He founded the prestigious Scherzo Music Magazine in 1985, of which he was its first Director until 2001. He was also Managing Director of the Scherzo Foundation from 2001 to 2005. 1986 to 2005 he organised the concerts promoted by Scherzo. In 1988 he founded the Mozart Festival of Madrid, which he directed until its end in 1997. In October 2010 he was commissioned by the Spanish Ministry of Culture to create and direct the new Centro Nacional de Difusión Musical. In these years the CNDM has become a Center of reference in Spain with the organization of an average of 300 concerts per season in 28 Spanish cities and 10 in Europe and America.
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BoganyiTibor_Bogányi Tibor
Tibor Boganyi is spending his 7th season as Chief Conductor of the Pannon Philharmonic Orchestra. The restless innovation, his spirit and dynamics drives him to build an orchestra which stands up to international comparison of the leading orchestras of Europe. He established his international reputation as Chief Conductor of Turku Philharmonic Orchestra between 2002-2006.
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Eötvös Péter zeneszerző,karmesterEötvös Péter – a verseny doajenje
Composer, conductor and teacher. the Hungarian Peter Eötvös combines all three functions in one very high-profile career. From 1985-1988 he was Principal Guest Conductor of the BBC Symphony Orchestra. He was First Guest Conductor of more leading European orchestrass until 2012. He established his “International Eötvös Institute” in 1991 and the “Eötvös Contemporary Music Foundation” in 2004 in Budapest for young composers and conductors. More information
Fotó: Felvégi Andrea


1_1Ertüngealp Alpaslan
Alpaslan Ertüngealp was born in Istanbul, where he graduated from the German School and continued his studies in Budapest at the Franz Liszt Music Academy. He founded a chamber orchestra, the “Academia Hungarica” with the finest musicians of the Hungarian orchestras. Alpaslan Ertüngealp was the artistic assistant to Claudio Abbado from 2011 until his death.  More information


Kesselyák GergelyGergely Kesselyák
During his years as an undergraduate he took part in Yuri Simonov’s Master classes twice. He won third price at the Arturo Toscanini International Conducting Competition in Parma (1994) and at the
Hungarian Television International Conductors’ Competition in Budapest (1995). In 2005 he was awarded the Liszt Prize. Since 2011 he has been Director of the Bartók Plus Opera Festival. More information


Lesley Rosenthal_Lesley Rosenthal
Rosenthal graduated from Harvard Law School and received her undergraduate degree in philosophy from Harvard College. Lesley Rosenthal is an internationally recognized authority in arts and cultural policy, law, governance and management.  Beginning in 2005, and presently as Executive Vice President, General Counsel and Secretary of Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts in New York, she provides leadership and strategy for the legal, corporate governance, compliance, government relations, and archives/information resources functions of the world’s largest performing arts center.  She also leads the Performing Arts Hall of Fame at Lincoln Center. More information