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Winners 2014

Since its first awards in 2003, BBT has provided support to 87 individuals and ensembles from 29 countries.  We are proud to introduce the Borletti-Buitoni Trust winners 2014.

BBT Awards 2014

Apollon Musagète Quartet  string quartet (Poland) >>Ruby Hughes soprano (UK) >>Itamar Zorman violin (Israel/US) >>

BBT Special Award 2014

Kate Whitley piano/composer (UK) >>

BBT Fellowships 2014

Benjamin Beilman violin (US) >>Gloria Campaner piano (Italy) >>Alec Frank-Gemmill horn (UK) >>Mark Simpson clarinet/composer (UK) >>


View summary of winners 2014 >>

Image BBT Live - Wednesdays at Wilton's
BBT Live - Wednesdays at Wilton's
Room to Play - Trust in the Music

Every last Wednesday from February to June 2015 BBT presents, in association with Wilton’s Music Hall (London’s oldest and last surviving grand music hall), some of the talented young musicians - radiating virtuosity, passion and experimentation - who have recently won BBT awards and fellowships. Pianist and composer Kate Whitley launched the series on 25 February in the main hall with guest artist, guitarist Sean Shibe, who returned for his own 'upstairs' evening on Wednesday 25 March. In April (29th) and May (27th) came two Dutch musicians, bent on proving the beauty and versatility of their instruments - recorder player Erik Bosgraaf and bassoonist Bram van Sambeek. Rounding off the series is young horn supremo Alec Frank-Gemmill (24 June).

Watch the penultimate installment of our Video Blog
BBT Wednesdays at Wilton's

Image BYOL KANG & BORIS KUSNEZOW violin/piano duo CD & Live
Byol Kang violin
Boris Kusnezow piano
Romantic Impressions
A song slumbers in all things...
The secret source of many romantic compositions lies in song. Such wistful and slumbering melodies are at the heart of Kang and Kosnezow's Romantic Impressions; poignantly linked works by Johannes Brahms and Clara Schumann and lyrical pieces by Edvard Grieg on Genuin Classics, supported by their 2012 BBT Fellowship.
Listen to excerpts from the CD
Image Blogs and websites

Online and in full flow

Byol Kang violin
Elizabeth Watts soprano
Bram van Sambeek bassoon
James Baillieu piano

Our latest blogs are:

Romantic Impressions
Byol Kang on choosing repertoire

Elizabeth Watts' records Alessandro Scarlatti

Bassoon Space Traveller
Bram van Sambeek premieres Fagerlund's Mana

Also, unveiled: James Baillieu's website