Orchestra Recognition Award Winners

Date Director Soloist(s) Works
Peoria Symphony Orchestra
3.27.93 William Wilsen Roger Jannsen, Phil Wilson Bruce Polay, Concerto (premiere); John Bavicchi, Fusions (premiere)
New York Philharmonic
7.28.93 Kurt Masur Joseph Alessi Paul Creston, Fantasy; Christopher Rouse, Concerto (premiere) and 1993 Pulitzer Prize in Music Award
Chicago Symphony Orchestra
8.7.93 Daniel Barenboim Jay Friedman, Charles Vernon Ellen Taaffe Zwilich, Concerto for Tenor Trombone (premiere); Zwilich, Concerto for Bass Trombone (premiere)
San Diego Symphony Orchestra
9.4.93 Yoav Talmi Heather Buchman Henri Tomasi, Concerto; David Ott, Concerto (premiere)
Grand Rapids Symphony Orchestra
4.30.94 Catherine Comet Ava Ordman Donald Erb, Concerto; Libby Larsen, Mary Cassat for Mezzo Soprano and Trombone
Chautauqua Symphony Orchestra
8.16.94 Uriel Segal John Marcellus Pierre Gabaye, Special; Ellen Taaffe Zwilich, Concerto for Tenor Trombone
Eugene Symphony Orchestra
10.13.94 Marin Alsop Ava Ordman, Jim Pugh Steven Smith, Concerto (premiere); Jim Pugh, Concerto
Utah Symphony
11.4.94 Joseph Silverstein Larry Zalkind Ellen Taaffe Zwilich, Concerto; Henry Woking, Trombone Tales (premiere)
Sinfonia Lahti
1.9.95 Osmo Vanska Christian Lindberg Kalevi Aho, Symphony No. 9 (premiere); Anders Hillborg, Strange Dances and Singing Waters (premiere)
Swedish Radio Orchestra
1.21.95 Osmo Vanska Christian Lindberg Iannis Xenakis, Troorkh (premiere); Jan Sandstrom, Concerto ("Motor bike Concerto")
St. Petersburg State Philharmonic
11.19.95 Yuri Temirkanov Maxim Ignatiev Ferdinand David, Concertino; A. Nesterov, Concerto
Budapest Symphony Orchestra of the Hungarian Radio and Television
11.1.97 Tamás Vásáry, Chief Musical Director and Principal Conductor; János Szirányi, Arts Director Gustáv Höna, tenor trombone; Norbert Laczkó, bass trombone Paul Creston, Concerto (Hungarian premiere); Frigyes Hidas, Concerto for Tenor and Bass Trombones
BBC National Orchestra of Wales
7.28.98 Mark Wigglesworth; Huw Tregelles-Williams, Orchestra Manager Christian Lindberg, Mark Eager Toru Takemitsu, Fantasma, Cantos II (Lindberg); John Pickard, Concerto (Eager)

Eight different compositions on four compact disks with Christian Lindberg between 11.11.93 and 12.15.95