Vivi Vassileva and Richard Putz win Prix Iannis Xenakis

Awards & Successes
Vivi Vassileva | © Julia Wesely – Wiener Konzerthaus
Our students Vivi Vassileva and Richard Putz are the winners of this year's Prix Iannis Xenakis. The prize, established by the Schleswig-Holstein Music Festival in cooperation with the percussion class on the initiative of Martin Grubinger, promotes young percussion soloists and is intended to pave the way to the major concert halls and international music festivals.
The participants had to create an extensive solo recital concert and present it in front of a 6-member jury.

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