Royal Conservatoire Awards 2020 - 2022

Although the American composer Charles Ives once grumbled: “Prizes are for little boys”, every student who sees a study at the Royal Conservatoire awarded is particularly gilded.

The Instrument Foundation Royal Conservatoire helps students and the KC with the loan and purchase of instruments. In addition, the Instrument Foundation has been offering prizes to the best graduate students for many years. We proudly present prize winners from no fewer than three completed academic years. Due to the corona pandemic, the lucky ones of the 2020 and 2021 years could not be put in the spotlight sooner. Together with the 2022 laureates, this is now possible.

In today’s programme we present these young musicians, who surprised the world with exceptional graduation performances. We will also spotlight talent that has been distinguished for the research part of their master’s programme or who have received a grant because of their excellent talent. Let these young musicians, as the same Ives called it, 'stretch your ears' in a surprising and very versatile programme.

Programme Saturday 24 September
Royal Conservatoire The Hague
Conservatoriumzaal / Club 4, Amare 4th floor
Free entrance, but be sure to reserve your seat via this link.

  • 19.30 Doors open
  • 20.00 Start of the Royal Conservatoire Awards 2020 - 2022 (including intermission with drinks)
  • 22.30 Programme end



Sat 24 September 2022 20.00 - 22:30


Conservatoriumzaal Royal Conservatoire The Hague 4th floor of Amare, Spuiplein 150 The Hague

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Reserve your (free) seat via this link.