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The Wihuri Sibelius Prize is a music prize awarded by the Wihuri Foundation for International Prizes to prominent composers who have become internationally known and acknowledged. The Wihuri Sibelius Prize is one of the biggest and most prestigious music prizes in the world of classical music. The first Sibelius Prize was awarded to Finnish composer Jean Sibelius, whom the prize was named after, in 1953. By 2015, the Wihuri Foundation for International Prizes has awarded altogether 16 Wihuri Sibelius Prizes, the latest award climbing up to €150,000. The Wihuri Sibelius Prize winner is selected by a five-member committee that consists of experts from Finnish music institutions. The prize may be awarded to private individuals or organizations regardless of nationality, religion, race or language.

Prizewinners

Winners of the prize were:WEB, 2017, Wihuri Sibelius Prize,weblink Wihuri Foundation, Helsinki, 11 October 2017, {|class="wikitable sortable"! Year! colspan=2| Prizewinner! Country! class=unsortable |Notes|1953 75px)Finland}}|| 195575px)West Germany}}||195875px)Soviet Union}}||1963Igor Stravinsky|75px)United States}}| 1965 Benjamin Britten|75px)United Kingdom}}|Erik Bergman|75px)Finland}}|75px)Finland}}|75px)Finland}}|| 197175px)France}}|1973 75px)Poland}}|75px)Finland}}|198375px)Poland}}|75px)Finland}}||200075px)Hungary}}/{{Flag|Austria}}|| 200375px)Finland}}||200675px)Denmark}}|| 200975px)Finland}}||201275px)Hungary}}||2015Harrison Birtwistle|75px)United Kingdom}}PUBLISHER=WIHURI FOUNDATION FOR INTERNATIONAL PRIZES ACCESS-DATE=11 OCTOBER 2017, | 201775px)South Korea}}LOCATION=HELSINKI ACCESS-DATE=11 OCTOBER 2017, HOO-RAN >LAST=KIM TITLE=COMPOSER CHIN UN-SUK WINS SIBELIUS PRIZE WORK=THE KOREA HERALD ACCESS-DATE=11 OCTOBER 2017,

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External links

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