The Enescu Prize is a prize in music composition founded by the Romanian composer George Enescu, awarded from 1913 to 1946, and afterwards by the National University of Music Bucharest. Enescu is regarded by many as Romania's most important musician. Winners include Mihail Andricu and Sergiu Natra.
- 1913: Ion Nonna Otescu
- 1923: Mihail Andricu
- 1924: Mihail Andricu
- 1942: Roman Vlad – Sinfonietta
- 1945: Sergiu Natra - March and Chorale for orchestra and Divertimento in Ancient Style for string orchestra
- 1964: Tudor Ciortea – Din isprdvile lui Păcală (Some of Păcală's Exploits)
- 1970: Pierre Amoyal
- 1974: Pascal Bentoiu
- 1984: Felicia Donceanu
- 1995: Christian Wilhelm Berger – Inscription in Stone
- 1998: Maia Ciobanu
- 2001: Irina Odagescu
- "George Enescu- Albums, Pictures – Naxos Classical Music". Retrieved 5 November 2014.
- Rutherford-Johnson, Tim; ed. (2013). The Oxford Dictionary of Music, p.20. Oxford. ISBN 9780199578542.
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