2022 Competition Prizes

First Prize –
The Harry M Weinrebe Prize
£10,000
Kindly donated by The Dorset Foundation
Second Prize £6,000
Third Prize £3,000
Kindly donated by an anonymous donor

Special Prizes

The Bram Eldering Prize £1,200 – for the best performance of a 19th century
quartet in the Semi-finals
Kindly donated by the Eldering/Goecke family
The Sidney Griller Award £1,000 – for the best performance of Sally
Beamish’s Nine Fragments in the Preliminary Round
Kindly donated by an anonymous donor
The Alan Bradley Mozart Prize £1,000 – for the best performance of a Mozart quartet in the Preliminary Round
Kindly donated by by Alan Bradley
Twentieth Century Prize £1,000 – for the best performance of a twentieth century work in the Preliminary Round
Kindly donated by Peter Outen
The City of Portsmouth Prize £1,000 – for the quartet showing the most promise in the Preliminary Round
Kindly donated by Ian Kemp

More special prizes to be announced in due course.

Professional Development Prizes for the First Prize Winner

Recital at Wigmore Hall
Avaloch Farm Music Institute Residency Kindly donated by Avaloch Farm Music Institute
The Banff Centre Residency Prize Kindly donated by The Banff Centre
MISQA Prize Kindly donated by Mrs. Constance Pathy, Knight of the National Order of Quebec,
Founder of MISQA (McGill International String Quartet Academy)
The ProQuartet Prize Kindly donated by ProQuartet-CEMC

Professional Development Prizes for the First, Second or Third Prize Winners

The Esterházy Foundation Prize Kindly donated by The Esterházy Foundation

Professional Development Prize for any competing quartet

Jeunesses Musicales Deutschland Prize Kindly donated by Jeunesses Musicales Deutschland

More professional development prizes to be announced in due course.