Oskar Back

Prizes for top talent (17 – 26 years). Prizes are named after generous givers. The first prize was named after Etiennette Alvares Correa and later Kramer-Van Zweden. The second prize is named after Elizabeth Back. The third prize is granted by an anonymous giver.

2013: Benjamin Marquise Gilmore (1); Shin Sihan (2); Amarins Wierdsma (3)
2011: Tosca Opdam (1); Lisanne Soeterbroek (2); Sjaan Oomen (3); Emmy Storms (4)
2009: Rosanne Philippens (1); Marc Daniel van Biemen (2); Emmy Storms (3)
2007: Jeroen van der Wel (1); Mathieu van Bellen (2); Lisanne Soeterbroek (3)
2005: Birthe Blom (1); Cecilia Bernardini (2); Bob van der Ent (3)
2003: Simone Lamsma (1); Marlene Hemmer (2); Sanne Hunfeld (3)
2001: Tjeerd Top (1); Frederieke Saeijs (2); Carla Leurs (3)
1999: Lieke te Winkel (1); Joris van Rijn (2); Cindy Albracht (3)
1997: Liza Ferschtman (1); Reinier Reijngoud (2); Armand Gouder de Beauregard
1995: Daniel Rowland (1); Eva Stegeman (2); Ilona Sie Dhian Ho (3)
1993: Sonja van Beek (1); Wouter Vossen (2); Janine Jansen (3)
1991: Saskia Viersen (1); Berent Korfker (2); Armand Gouder de Beauregard (3)
1989: Roeland Gehlen (1); Koosje van Haeringen (2); Hebe Mensinga (3)
1987: Cécile Huijnen (1); Nicoline Kraamwinkel (2); Marleen Asberg (3)
1985: Jeroen de Groot (1); Marin Mars (2); Marijn Mijnders (3)
1983: Johannes Leertouwer/Antoine van Donge (second prize)
1981: Peter Brunt (first prize); Marieke Blankestijn (second prize); Arno Bons (third prize)
1979: Theodora Geraets (first prize); Willem Blokbergen (second prize)
1977: Jaap van Zweden (first prize); Lodewijk da Silva Rosa (second prize)
1975: Joan Berkhemer (first prize)
1973: Marjolein de Sterke (first prize)
1971: Else Krieg (first prize)
1969: Vera Beths (first prize)
1967: Emmy Verhey (first prize)