Prizes awarded by the Viktor Kalabis and Zuzana Růžičková Endowment Fund

Bohuslav Martinů Foundation Competition

The Viktor Kalabis and Zuzana Růžičková Endowment Fund Prize for the best rendition of Viktor Kalabis composition

2011 – Magdaléna Hrudová (piano)
2012 – Matyáš Keller (cello)
2013 – Jakub Marek (violin)
2016 – Jiří Havrlant (harpsichord)
2017 – Kristina Vocetková (cello)
2018 – Trio Merlot
2019 – Krása Quartet
2020 – Klára Jasenčáková (flute)
2021 – Jakub William Gráf (cello) and Robin Červinek (voice)
2022 – Trio Gaudium

Music Faculty of the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague

For extraordinary achievement accomplished while studying at the Music and Dance Faculty of the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague

2018 – Jana Černohouzová (clarinet)
2019 – Jan Mráček (violin)
2020 – Anna Paulová (clarinet)
2021 – Matouš Zukal (piano)

Concertino Praga

For extraordinary rendition of composition by contemporary composer

2019 – Wiktor Dziedzic (violin) – Poland
2020 – Aleksandr Rublev (trumpet) – Russia
2021 – Veloce String Quartet – Poland
2022 – Polina Tkhay (cello) – Russia

Prague Spring

Viktor Kalabis and Zuzana Růžičková Prize – awarded in cooperation with The Viktor Kalabis and Zuzana Růžičková Foundation Washington DC

2021 – Arete String Quartet – South Korea
2022 – Lilian Lefebvre (clarinet) – France

ISA – Internationale Sommerakademie der MDW – Universität für Musik und Darstellende Kunst Wien

Prize for rendition of composition by Viktor Kalabis

2016 – Cristina Sevillano López‐Romero (flute) – Spain
– Zdeňka Hanzliková (flute) – Czech Republic
2017 – Cracow Golden Quintet – Poland /Monika Frątczak (flute), Damian Świst (oboe), Tomasz Sowa (clarinet), Małgorzata Wygoda (bassoon), Maciej Halama (french horn)/
2018 – Riccardo Cellacchi (flute) – Italy
– Silvia Rozas Ramallal (flute) – Spain
2019 – Oleh Malovichko (clarinet) – Ukraine
– Tereza Volfová (clarinet)– Czech Republic
2020 – cancelled due covid19
2021 – Duo Kim-Komarova /Yesung Kim (flute) – Korea, Anna Komarova (flute) – Russia/
2022 – Fabian Sahm (oboe) – Germany