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Songs winners 2024 © Arthur Bauer

The winners of Songs 2024

22. May 2024

On Friday, May 3rd 2024, the final of SONGS, the songwriting competition of the Popakademie Baden-Württemberg for students, took place. Special guest at the SpardaWelt Eventcenter in Stuttgart was former SONGS winner Enya Boban.
The "SONGS" competition is sponsored by the Education and Social Foundation of Sparda-Bank Baden-Württemberg.

The winners were:
1st place Luca - I'm okay from Bunsengymnasium in Heidelberg
2nd place Lisette Noelia - Feierabend from the Lahr Municipal Music School
3rd place Emily Lady Star - Stop asking the butterfly from Geschwister Scholl Gymnasium Stuttgart

The Youngster Award went to the Songwriting AG of Hohenstaufen Gymnasium Göppingen with their song "Das Mädchen mit dem Perlohrring". The special performance prize was awarded to the Bach Brothers from Goethe-Gymnasium Emmendingen for their song "Fliegen". The Bach Brothers also opened the anniversary concert of the 20th edition of the International Street Music Festival in Ludwigsburg on May 16th 2024.
The winners will receive non-cash prizes worth €10,000 as well as professional coaching at the Popakademie Baden-Württemberg. All songs can be viewed here.

About the Education and Social Foundation of Sparda-Bank Baden-Württemberg eG: Social, cultural and sustainable commitment has always been an integral part of the corporate philosophy of the regionally rooted Sparda-Bank Baden-Württemberg eG. The Education and Social Foundation is one of five foundations of Sparda-Bank BW and is primarily concerned with social issues in the federal state. For many years, the foundation has been committed to social institutions and projects that benefit children, young people and people with disabilities and illnesses. The foundation does not see itself as a mere donor, but is committed to networking different stakeholders and promoting the common good through its own projects. In addition, the foundation is particularly committed to education-related projects, such as promoting healthy eating, teaching media skills or promoting innovative learning methods.