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Music Prize goes to Peter Gülke
The international Ernst von Siemens Music Prize of 2014 goes to Peter Gülke. The German musicologist and conductor receives the 250,000 Euro award for a life in the service of
music.
Composers' Prize Winners
The three composer grants-in-aid of the Ernst von Siemens Music Foundation 2014 go to the Catalan composer Luis Codera Puzo, the Italian Simone Movio and Brigitta Muntendorf from Germany.
This distinction is awarded to very promising young composers and comes with a cash prize of 35,000 Euros, as well as a portrait CD produced according to the winner’s own specifications.

On these CDs you can hear Klangforum Wien, musikFabrik Köln and Ensemble Modern, among others.

The CDs will be released in autumn, together with the one from last year's award winner Samy Moussa.
Simone Movio
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Brigitta Muntendorf
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Luis Codera Puzo
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Recommendation
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Focussing and magnification, concentration and expansion – these [...] diametrically opposed dynamics [...] characteristically pervade Luke Bedford’s music. 
Ultimately taking shape in a multitude of aesthetic blueprints, in which many different musical approaches can be realized. 
Remembrance and Polyphony. Ernst von Siemens composer’s award winner Ulrich Alexander Kreppein. 
Attempting not to write music: Ernst von Siemens composer’s award winner Marko Nikodijevic 
Ceremonies, too, guard their silences: the music of Christian Mason. 
“…as if the music had shed each of its shells and skins one after the other, to finally stand revealed in all its naked essence.” 
Zeynep Gedzlioglu’s music is an emphatic plea for the value of heterogeneous and individual difference. 
[...] Hudry researches very early on, a form of vigorous interaction between the performer and the machine – an axis of his compositional output. 
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