Queen Elisabeth Competition, the winner of the voice edition 2018 is Samuel Hasselhorn


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Samuel Hasselhorn has won the 2018 voice competition! The International Queen Elisabeth Grand Prize – Queen Mathilde Prize receives 25,000€ and numerous concerts in Belgium and abroad.

The prizewinners
First Prize : Samuel Hasselhorn (27, baritone) Germany
Second Prize : Eva Zaïcik (30, mezzo-soprano) France
Third Prize : Ao Li (30, basso) China
Fourth Prize : Rocío Pérez (27, soprano) Spain
Fifth Prize : Héloïse Mas (30, mezzo-soprano) France
Sixth Prize : Marianne Croux (27, soprano) Belgium – France 

The six unranked laureates, in alphabetical order :
Germán Enrique Alcántara (30, baritone) Argentina
Alex DeSocio (30, baritone) USA
Yuriy Hadzetskyy (26, baritone) Ukraine
Sooyeon Lee (29, soprano) Korea 
Danylo Matviienko (27, baritone) Ukraine
Charlotte Wajnberg (28, soprano) Belgium

An overview of the prizes is presented in the Voice 2018 menu.

Audience awards
Marianne Croux wins Musiq’3 Prize and Charlotte Wajnberg the Canvas-Klara Prize.

Would you like to hear the laureates at work ?
The 2 CD box “Voice 2018” will be available as of Saturday 19 May, containing works performed by the laureates during the first round, the semi-final and the final of the voice competition.

You can also watch and listen to their performances on our website.

And for those who want to hear them perform live, the laureates will present themselves to the public during a series of concerts : concerts’ calendar.

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