Uitgast Festival Prize 2022

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The international call for compositions ‘Uitgast Festival Prize 2022' was a great success.


We received 27 compositions for the unique instrumentation of BLACK PENCIL: recorder, panflute, viola, accordion and percussion, inspired by the theme of 'Music and Nature'. Composers from 17 countries submitted new works: Argentina, Armenia, Austria, Brazil, China, Ecuador, Germany, Ghana, Greece, Italy, the Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Sweden, Turkey, UK and USA. The quality and great variety of the new compositions made a difficult job for the jury. The jury decided to grant the main prize and three honorary mentions.

 

It is our pleasure to announce the winner of the ‘Uitgast Festival Prize 2022'. 


Uitgast Festival Prize 2022:  € 1.500
Florence Anna Maunders (UK, 1978): Muurhagedis (2022)

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Honorary Mentions:


Katarzyna Danel (Poland, 1992): Out of the Beehive (2022) 

Otto Wanke (Austria, 1989): ...loops and lines... (2022)
Joshua Wat (China/Sweden, 1994): flight from cement (2022)

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The winner of the Uitgast Festival Prize 2022, Muurhagedis  by Florence Anna Maunders, will be premiered by Black Pencil on 4 September 2022 during the Uitgast Festival. The three honorary mentions will be programmed in  the upcoming concerts of ensemble Black Pencil during the season 2022-2023.
 
The jury consisted of  Roderik de Man (composer), Frank Bollebakker (conductor, board member of Uitgast Festival), and  four members of Black Pencil (Jorge Isaac-recorder, Matthijs Koene-pan pipes, Esra Pehlivanli-viola, Marko Kassl-accordion).

 

A big THANK YOU to all composers for their participation!!