An award for the promotion of young talent, choral singing and amateur music!
The Berlin Girls’ Choir receives the most important German prize for classical music in the category “Promotion of Young Musicians”. The choir was able to convince the independent jury of top-class representatives of the music and media industry with its cinematic realization of the work “Anne Frank: A Living Voice” by composer Linda Tutas Haugen and prevailed against strong competition.
This year, the OPUS KLASSIK will be awarded to a total of 48 prize winners, including such well-known musicians as the Chinese pianist Lang Lang (“Bestseller of the Year”), the Berlin church music director Andreas Sieling (“Soloistic Recording Instrument (Organ)”), the Bulgarian opera singer Sonya Yoncheva (“Singer of the Year”) and the Egyptian soprano Fatma Said (“Young Artist Singing”).
The award ceremony will take place on October 10, 2021 at the Konzerthaus Berlin and will be broadcast by ZDF at 10:15 pm.
Press release of the Verein zur Förderung der Klassischen Musik e. V. on the announcement of the prize winners
Complete overview of the prizewinners at www.opusklassik.de
Website of the project STIMMENÜBERLEBEN