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Premio Nacional de Música

The Premio Nacional de Música (In English: National Award for Music, or National Music Prize) forms part of the annual National Awards in Spain.

The Spanish Government makes an annual recognition of the people or groups who have made an outstanding or innovative contribution to Spanish cultural life over the previous 12 months, through the conferring of an award in one of 29 areas covering the spectrum of plastic, fine and performing arts, literature, film, history and so on.

The Spanish Ministry of Culture awards two prizes for music every year, generally one for creation (composition) and one for interpretation (work by an individual artist or ensemble, or a musicologist).[1] The Award is granted before 15 December each year on the basis of works published or performed during the preceding 12 months. In addition to the recognition carried by the awards, there is also prize money of 30,000 euros for each of the two categories.[2]

A separate award for contemporary music, the Premio Nacional de las Músicas Actuales, was instituted in 2009.

Year Composition Interpretation
2014 María de Alvear Jordi Savall (refused prize in protest of the cultural policies of the Spanish government)
2013 Benet Casablancas Trío Arbós
2012[3] Jesús Torres (web, es) Javier Perianes (pianist)
2011[2] Alberto Posadas Orquesta Barroca de Sevilla (web, es) (baroque ensemble)
2010[4] Elena Mendoza (web) Diego Fernández Magdaleno (web) (contemporary pianist)
2009[5] Josep Soler i Sardà (es) María Bayo (web, es) (operatic soprano)
2008 Carles Santos José Luis Temes (es) (conductor)
2007 Jorge Fernández Guerra (web) Miguel Poveda (es) (cantaor)
2006 César Camarero (web) Cuarteto Casals
2005 David del Puerto Grup Instrumental de València
2004 Jesús Rueda Azcuaga (es) Al Ayre Español (period vocal and instrumental ensemble)
2003 José María Sánchez-Verdú Carlos Álvarez (operatic baritone)
2002 Tomás Marco Arturo Tamayo Ballesteros
2001 Mauricio Sotelo Carmen Linares (cantaora)
2000 José Manuel López López (fr) Manolo Sanlúcar (flamenco guitarist)
1999 Ángel Martín Pompey Josep Pons (conductor)
1998 Agustín González de Acilu Josep Maria Colom del Rincón
1997 José Ramón García Román Sax Ensemble
1996 José Luis Turina Teresa Berganza (operatic mezzo-soprano)
1995 José Luis de Delás (es) Víctor Pablo Pérez Pérez
1994 Jesús Villa Rojo Enrique Morente (cantaor)
1993 Antón García Abril Luis Galve Raso
1992 Carmelo Alonso Bernaola Joaquín Achúcarro (pianist)
1991 Luis De Pablo Guillermo González Hernández (es) (pianist)
1990 Manuel Castillo (es)
Joan Guinjoan (es)
1989 Cristóbal Halffter Antoni Ros-Marbà (conductor)
1988 José Ramón Encinar Montserrat Caballé (operatic soprano)
1987 Gonzalo de Olavide Narciso Yepes (guitarist)
1986 Rodolfo Halffter Miguel Querol Gavalda (musicologist)
1985 Xavier Montsalvatge Alicia de Larrocha (pianist)
1984 Ernesto Halffter Eduardo del Pueyo (es) (pianist)
1983 Joaquín Rodrigo Nicanor Zabaleta (harpist)
1982 Fernando Remacha Andrés Segovia (classical guitarist)
Montserrat Caballé (operatic soprano)
1981 Frederic Mompou
1980 Victoria de los Ángeles (operatic soprano)


  1. ^ List of national music prize winners, Spanish Ministry of Culture. Retrieved 9 April 2011.
  2. ^ a b "El músico Alberto Posadas y la Orquesta Barroca de Sevilla, premios Nacionales de Música 2011". El País (Madrid). 11 Oct 2011. 
  3. ^ "Jesús Torres y el pianista Javier Perianes, premios nacionales de música". El País (Madrid). 28 Nov 2012. 
  4. ^ "Elena Mendoza y Diego Fernández Magdaleno, Premios Nacionales de Música 2010". El País (Madrid). 23 Nov 2010. 
  5. ^ "María Bayo y Josep Soler, Premios Nacionales de Música". El País (Madrid). 2 Dec 2009. 
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