Ton Koopman

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Curriculum Vitae Ton Koopman

1965    starts to read harpsichord and organ simultaneously at the Amsterdam Conservatory and musicology at the University of Amsterdam
1966    establishes chamber ensemble Musica da Camera
1968    bachelor’s degree in musicology
1968    first prize basso continuo at the International Harpsichord Contest Brugge
1968    establishes baroque orchestra ‘Musica Antiqua Amsterdam’
1968    Professor of harpsichord and performance practise early music at the Conservatory of Zwolle
1969    passes with distiction organ solo examinations
1970    passes with distinction harpsichord solo examinations
1972    Prix d’Excellence for organ
1973    Prix d’Excellence for harpsichord
1973    Professor of harpsichord Conservatory of Groningen
1974    Johan Wagenaar Prize
1978    Establishes The Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra
1979    untill 1989 - Professor of harpsichord at the Conservatory of Amsterdam
1985    Honorary membership Royal Academy of Music, London
1989    3M Prize
1989    - to the present day: Professor of harpsichord at the Royal Conservatory The Hague
1992    Crystal Award Osaka Symphony Hall, Japan
1992    establishes The Amsterdam Baroque Choir
1994    Prix de l’Académie du Disque Lyrique
1994    Principal conductor of the Netherlands Radio Chamberorchestra (up to 2001)
1995    Premio Internationale Del Disco « Antonio Vivaldi »
1995    Nomination for « Les Victoires de la Musique », Paris
1995    Prix Hector Berlioz (Paris)
1995    Nomination Grammy Award (USA)
1995    Nomination Gramophone Award (UK)
1997    Deutsche Schallplattenpreis ‘Echo Klassik’ for Bach Cantatas
1999    Principal guestconductor of the Lausanne Chamber Orchestra (up to 2007)
2000    Honorary Degree University Utrecht
2003    Establishes his own label “Antoine Marchand” (to be released as a sub-label of Challenge Classics
2003    Receives a Royal decoration: Companion in the Order of the Dutch Lion
2004    Receives the Silver Phonograph from the NVPI
2004    Receives the VSCD Prize
2004    Receives Silver Medal of KNAW
2006    Receives Bach Medal during Bach Festival in Leipzig
2006    Innaugural lecture University of Leiden
2007    Receives Edison
2008    Receives BBC Music Magazine Choral Award
2008    Nominated artist in Residence at the Cleveland Orchestra starting in 2009
2009    Receives ECHO Klassik Award
2010    Becomes honorary professor at the Anton Bruckner University Linz
2012    Receives Buxtehude Preis Stad Lübeck
2016    Becomes honorary professor at Musik Hochschule Lübeck
2016    Receives Royal Academy of Music Bach Prize
2016    Huizinga Lezing “Bach and his singers”
2017    Honored with the RCO Medal, the highest honour of the Royal College of Organists