The Parkhouse Award is for chamber ensembles of piano and strings
It is awarded biennially for ensembles of young musicians who have been performing together for at least two years.
The award made to the winning ensemble is three concerts over two years in prestigious London halls, plus further opportunities.
2015 winners: The Amatis Piano Trio won the 2015 Parkhouse Award on 18 April at Wigmore Hall. The jury comprised Chris de Souza (chairman), John Gilhooly, Colin Lawson, Hamish Milne, Madeleine Mitchell and Moray Welsh. Their decision was unanimous.
The Parkhouse Award is supported by the Gordon Foundation and The Tertis Foundation