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The Dutch Music Award

The Nederlandse Muziekprijs (Dutch Music Award) is the highest accolade that can be awarded by the Ministry of Education, Culture and Science (OCW) to a musician working in the field of classical music. The prize is awarded upon recommendation by the Advisory Committee Dutch Music Award, which is hosted by the Performing Arts Fund.

2017 Rob van de Laar (hoorn)
2016 Hannes Minnaar (piano)
2016 Remy van Kesteren (harp)
2012 Rick Stotijn (contrabas)
2010 Henk Neven (bariton)
2010 Izhar Elias (gitaar)
2010 Erik Bosgraaf (blokfluit)
2010 Ties Mellema (saxofoon)
2009 Bram van Sambeek (fagot)
2009 Lavina Meijer (harp)
2008 Christianne Stotijn (mezzosopraan)
2007 Gwyneth Wentink (harp)
2006 Liza Ferschtman (viool)
2004 J├Ârgen van Rijen (trombone)
2003 Janine Jansen (viool)
1999 Pauline Oostenrijk (hobo)
1997 Geert Smits (bariton)
1995 Godelieve Schrama (harp)
1994 Quirine Viersen (cello)
1993 Manja Smits (harp)
1992 Pieter Wispelwey (cello)
1991 Arno Bornkamp (saxofoon)
1989 Theodora Geraets (viool)
1988 Jacob Slagter (hoorn)
1987 Olga de Roos (saxofoon)
1987 Martijn van den Hoek (piano)
1985 Wout Oosterkamp (bas-bariton)
1984 Jard van Nes (mezzosopraan)
1984 Ronald Brautigam (piano)
1981 Hans Roelofsen (contrabas)
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