The Salomon Prize

Royal Philharmonic Society

Named after renowned violinist Johann Peter Salomon, one of the founding members of the Philharmonic Society in 1813, the Salomon Prize is awarded each year to an individual musician who has shown commitment and dedication above and beyond the expected service asked by their orchestra over a single concert season. They will have been 'an inspiration to their fellow colleagues and engendered a greater spirit of teamwork within the orchestra’.

The recipient of the Salomon Prize will receive £1,000 cash and The Salomon Prize trophy – a soft-ground etching of Salomon by William Daniell after George Dance made in 1810 - to be held by the recipient for the duration of the year. 

Contact: General Administrator

Address: Royal Philharmonic Society, 48 Great Marlborough Street, London, W1F 7BB, UK

Telephone: +44 (0) 20 7287 0019

Email: [email protected]