Azrieli Prize for Jewish Music
- Presented by: Azrieli Foundation
- Awarded: every two years since 2016
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Established in 2014 by the Azrieli Foundation, The Azrieli Music Prizes (AMP) offer opportunities for the discovery, creation, performance and celebration of new concert music.
The Azrieli Prize of $50,000 CAD is awarded biennially through a competitive process to a composer who has written the best undiscovered work of Jewish music.
Open to the international music community, works can be nominated by individuals and institutions from all nationalities, faiths, backgrounds and affiliations and submitted to the AMP Jury for Jewish Music through the open call for scores. Works may have been premiered within seventy-five (75) years of the award date, but must not have a significant performance history, and must not have been commercially recorded.
Recipients of this award
|Year||Placing||Awarded to||Awarded for|
|2020||1st prize||Yitzhak Yedid||Kiddushim & Killulim (Blessings & Curses)|