Violinist Joshua Bell won the 16th Glashütte Original Music Festival Award. Frank Kittel, the original general manager of Glashütte, presented him at a concert at the Frauenkirche in Dresden. Joshua Bell received a prize of 25,000 Euros and a trophy handmade by two apprentices at the Glashütte Original Watchmaking School for her long-term commitment to cultural understanding and her support for the development of young artists.
Joshua Bell is one of the greatest violinists of our time. He received a € 25,000 bonus from Glashütte’s original general manager and chief financial officer Frank Kittel and Dresden Festival Director Jan Vogel.
Saxony watchmaker Glashütte Original and Dresden Festival pays tribute to the American’s outstanding cultural and social commitment. His concept of music as a way of understanding across cultures has played a key role in the NAMM Foundation’s School Reform Project on ‘Education through Music and Transforming the Arts’, enabling vulnerable children to access classical music in many different ways. In addition, Joshua Bell actively coaches string members of the National Youth Arts Foundation, a charity that supports the cultivation of young artists in high schools, and teaches at the alma mater Jacobs School of Music.
Joshua Bell’s emotions are eloquent: ‘I am very honored to receive this year’s Glashütte Original Music Festival Award. Thanks to Glashütte Original and the Dresden Music Festival. There is nothing more fun in life than peace Generations share a passion for music. ‘
Under the command of Andrew Manze, Joshua Bell and the Salzburg Chamber Orchestra (CamerataSalzburg) performed wonderfully, bringing Sibelius, Dvorak and Beethoven to the audience of the Church of Our Lady. works. (Photo / text watch home Xu Chaoyang)