Hans von Bülow Medal


Hans von Bülow Medal

The Hans von Bülow Medal is awarded by the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra to outstanding musicians close to the orchestra. The medal is named after its first Chief Conductor, Hans von Bülow.

* Mariss Jansons, conductor. 2003
* Nikolaus Harnoncourt, conductor. 1999
* Hans Werner Henze, composer. 1997
* Claudio Abbado, conductor
* Georg Solti, conductor. 1993
* Alfred Brendel, pianist. 1992
* Claudio Arrau, pianist. 1978
* Eugen Jochum, conductor
* Herbert von Karajan, conductor
* Zubin Mehta, conductor
* Daniel Barenboim, conductor and pianist
* Seiji Ozawa, conductor
* Bernard Haitink, conductor
* Günter Wand, conductor
* Lorin Maazel, conductor
* Lovro von Matačić, conductor

and others.


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