Gustav Mahler Conducting Competition
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The competition was founded by the Bamberg Symphony Orchestra, with the idea of helping young conductors during the start of their conducting careers. The first prize includes a cash prize and engagements with several orchestras.
|Year||1st prize||2nd prize||3rd prize|
|2007||Not awarded||Shi-yeon Sung|
|2010||Ainars Rubikis||Aziz Shokhakhimov||Yordan Kamdzhalov|
|2013||Lahav Shani|| David Danzmayr
|2016||Kah Chung Wong||Sergey Neller||Valentin Uryupin|
- "Gustav Mahler Conducting Competition". Archived from the original on March 27, 2009. Retrieved 21 July 2009.
- "Bamberger symphoniker:International Gustav Mahler Conducting Prize Competition". Retrieved 21 July 2009.