The Mozart Medal (Mozart Medaille) or Mozartinterpretationspreis was a music award named after Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, administered by the Mozartgemeinde Wien (Vienna Mozart Society) and sponsored by the Austrian Ministry of Education and Culture. It was awarded from 1963 to 1999.
Among its recipients have been:
- Ralph Weikert, 1966
- Rudolf Buchbinder, 1970
- Claudio Abbado, 1973
- Küchl-Quartett (founded by Rainer Küchl, also known as Wiener Musikverein Quartett ), 1978
- Jörg Demus, 1979
- Franz Bartolomey, 1987
- Arnold Schoenberg Chor, 1989
- Hans Peter Wertitsch, 1991
- Chorus Viennensis, 1992
- Angelika Kirchschlager, 1993
- Stefan Vladar, 1994
- Till Fellner, 1998
- Ewen, David, ed. (1978). "Claudio Abbado". Musicians Since 1900: Performers in Concert and Opera. New York, NY: The H. W. Wilson Company. pp. 1–3. ISBN 0-8242-0565-0. LCCN 78012727.
- Linke, Terry (August 2014). "Rainer Küchl". LUCERNE FESTIVAL. Archived from the original on 24 November 2015. Retrieved 24 November 2015.
- "Mozartgemeinde Wien - Preise & Auszeichnungen" (in German). Retrieved 24 November 2015.
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