Vienna, the Music Capital will vibrate to the diapason of its reputation… Today, the April 10th is the MAWOMA kicking off, very first itinerant female conductors contest; founded by pianist Clémence Guerrand and supported by Maison Cartier. The three selected candidates for the European Steps, Vanessa Benelli Mosel, Johanna Malangré and Simone Menezes are ready for rehearsal. The apotheosis will took place on

Alice Farnham, Debora Waldman, Numa Bischof-Ullmann, Christian Buchmann and Dominique Meyer, five Classical Music star personalities music will be in Vienna on April 10th and 11th, alongside Elizabeth Askren and Frederic Chaslin, both president of the Jury. In chorus together, they will elect the European women conductor finalist, for the very first step of the MAWOMA Contest.   Diversity, experience and talent are the three

Unprecedented event rimes with exceptional jury. For the first viennese step of the MAWOMA Awards, Elizabeth Askren and Frederic Chaslin co-preside the jury. Theses two international renown conductors are accompanied with high personally for the Classical Musical World. The 10 and 11 of April, this amazing jury will distinguish the three European selected candidates, to elected the finalist of this Continent.   Born in 1976

Gluck, Mozart, Haydn, Beethoven, Strauss, Mahler and many others have composed their masterpieces there. In the collective psyche, Vienna embody the Music’s World Capital. Audiophiles go there to vibrate in chores, in this city where every corner celebrates composers. It was natural for MAWOMA, the first international itinerant contest for female conductors to choose Vienna as their first stop. The three European candidates

During a photo call, posing alongside guests, Clémence Guerrand and Frédéric Chaslin took a moment to speak with us about the mission of MAWOMA and of their own commitment. Live comments.   First, Clémence Guerrand, Founding President of MAWOMA, and Frédéric Chaslin, President of the Jury, stated in unison: “Music knows no gender.”   Both of them recognize that, even if the profession of orchestra conductor is

Thursday, 24 January is a landmark in the world of classical music. 270 prominent guests attend the gala evening to officially launch the first worldwide competition reserved to women orchestra conductors.   The prestigious salons of the InterContinental Paris-Le Grand host the many personalities attending the event, along with the guest of honour, her Royal Highness the Princess of Hanover, President of AMADE.  This major event sounds