Meet the four nominees in this public interview by music journalist Thea Derks: Gen Tanaka, Jenny Beck, Matthew Ricketts and Annika Socolofsky.
The American music pioneer Annika Socolofsky (1990) is nominated for the Gaudeamus Award 2021. She fuses spectralism with influences from Scottish folk, Jewish music and the music of Dolly Parton.
The American music pioneer Jenny Beck (1985) is nominated for the Gaudeamus Award 2021. Her work reflects her interests in nature, meditation, ambience, and ambiguity.
The Japanese music pioneer Gen Tanaka (1994) is nominated for the Gaudeamus Award 2021. He makes music which is deeply affective and sensual, channeling his interests in popular music, eastern theosophy, and the natural world.
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Registration Gaudeamus Award 2022 until October the 1st
We have been awarding this incentive prize to young music pioneers every year since 1957. Registrations for the Gaudeamus Award 2022 are now open. The deadline is October 1, 2021, 23:59 CET.
Annika Socolofsky wins the Gaudeamus Award 2021
The American music pioneer Annika Socolofsky has won the Gaudeamus Award 2021. The young composer-performer received our prestigious incentive prize for young music pioneers on Sunday 12 September during the final concert by Black Page Orchestra of Gaudeamus 2021 in TivoliVredenburg in Utrecht, The Netherlands.
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