New Masters on Tour
New Masters on Tour is more than an inspiring international concert series, it is also the platform for the discovery of musicians of the future. Famous dutch musicians as Liza Ferschtman, Paolo Giacometti, Quirine Viersen, the Storioni Trio and foreign musicians of fame as Nicholas Angelich, Inon Barnatan and Alice Sara Ott were invited by the International Holland Music Sessions at the beginning of their career for concerts in the Amsterdam Concertgebouw.
Also winners of famous international competitions: the Long-Thibaud Violin Competition (Solenne Païdassi), the International Benjamin Britten Violin Competition ánd the Queen Elisabeth Competition 2012 (Andrey Baranov), the Queen Elisabeth Competition (violinist Yayoi Toda), the International Chopin Competition (Philippe Giusiano), the Wieniawski Competition (Reiko Otani and Agata Szymczewska), the Clara Haskil Competition (Finghin Collins), the Cleveland International Piano Competition (Chu-Fang Huang and Martina Filjak), the International Fritz Kreisler Competition (Florin Croitoru), the International Tsjaikovski Competition (Miroslav Kultyshev), the Concours International d’Exécution Musicale Genève (István Vardai), as well as by now established musicians like the cellist Gavriel Lipkind and violinist Pavel Sporcl were discovered by The International Holland Music Sessions and invited to perform in the Amsterdam Concertgebouw as well other european concert halls of fame.
The International Holland Music Sessions is proud that apart from the Amsterdam Concertgebouw and 'Theater Odeon' in Zwolle the New Masters on Tour series takes place in several other important concert halls in Europe.
- Boedapest, Palace of Arts
- Boekarest, Ateneul Roman
- Bratislava, Slovak Philharmonic - Small Hall
- Brussel, Palais des Beaux-Arts
- Helsinki, Helsinki Music Centre
- Jekaterinenburg, Philharmonic Hall
- Kiev, Lysenko Hall
- Londen, Wigmore Hall
- Moskou, Tchaikovsky Conservatory - Rachmaninov Hall
- Nizhny Novgorod, Kremlin Concert Hall
- Praag, Rudolfinum - Suk Hall
- Riga, Small Guild
- Sint-Petersburg, Glazunov Hall
- Sofia, Concert Hall
- Stockholm, Nybrokajen 11
- Tallinn, Estonia Concert Hall
- Vilnius, National Philharmonic Hall
- Warschau, Philharmonic Hall
- Zagreb, Vatroslav Lisinki Concert Hall