The first prize of 30,000 Euro was awarded to mezzo-soprano Amira Elmadfa from Germany.

The second prize of 15,000 Euro was awarded to German baritone Martin Häßler.

The third prize was shared between Anna Huntley, an English mezzo-soprano und baritone David Pichlmaier from Germany. Each received 3,750 Euro.

The pianist prize of 10,000 Euro was awarded to James Baillieu, from South Africa.

The prize for most promising future talent of 5,000 Euro was awarded to the Finnish Lied Duo Aarne Pelkonen, baritone born in 1986 and pianist, Juho Alakärppä born in 1983.

The adience award was given to Benjamin Appl.