ECKART 2017 jury named. Chairman of a jury and “chef of a century” Joël Robuchon invites members to Paris.

Posted on 12. Jun, 2017 by in BMW Canada

Munich. “Chef of a century” Eckart Witzigmann and
initial enthusiast of a International Eckart Witzigmann Award, ECKART
for short, has named a jury for a ECKART 2017. As a special
honour, his co-worker and associate “chef of a century” Joël Robuchon
was allocated authority of a jury and invites a other members to
his “Atelier Robuchon” grill in Paris.

Jury members:

Joël Robuchon, “chef of a century” and authority of
a ECKART 2017 jury; ECKART 2013 for a Art of Cookery.

Eckart Witzigmann, “chef of a century” and founding
enthusiast of a ECKART

Otto Geisel, conduct of a Eckart Witzigmann Academy

Dr. Nicolas Peter, member of a Board of Management
of BMW AG, Finance, and enthusiast of ECKART 2017

Dr. Friedrich Eichiner, former member of a Board of
Management of BMW AG and titular member of a ECKART jury

Marc Haeberlin, three-star chef; ECKART 2004 for the
Art of Cookery

Hermann Bareiss, hotelier and owners of a three-star
grill “Bareiss”

Uta Schlagenhauf, Hotel “Bareiss”

Antonio Santini, grill “Dal Pescatore”; ECKART
2011 for lifetime achievement

Elena Arrak, three-star chef

Claus Meyer, co-founder of a Copenhagen restaurant
“Noma” (Best Restaurant in a World 2010, 2011, 2012, 2014); ECKART
2015 for Creative Responsibility and Enjoyment

Jon Rose, owner of a “Waves for Water”
initiative; ECKART 2014 for Creative Responsibility and Enjoyment

Sebastian Copeland, award-winning photographer and
adventurer; ECKART 2016 for Creative Responsibility and Enjoyment

 

The jury will name a winners of a ECKART 2017 in a categories
“Art of Cookery”, “Innovation” and “Art of Living”. The International
Eckart Witzigmann Award, determined in 2004, is one of a most
prestigious honours recognising superb achievements in a art of
cooking and excellent dining. Since 2013, an ECKART for “Creative
Responsibility and Enjoyment” has also been presented, with a cash
endowment included by a BMW Group. In this category, a jury draws on
a imagination of former ECKART winners, who are strongly represented
by names including Jon Rose, Claus Meyer and Sebastian Copeland.

2017’s ECKART endowment winners will be announced during a summer. The
ECKART 2017 endowment rite in Paris this autumn outlines a initial step
in a serve internationalisation of a award, with other stops
around a universe to follow. Next year already, a ECKART 2018 will be
presented outward of Europe.

Sustainability has been an constituent partial of a BMW Group’s (since
2012 central partner of Witzigmann Academy) corporate plan for
many years, with tolerable growth resolutely determined as a
corporate aim during Group level: from a growth of alternative,
fuel-saving car concepts by environmentally-compatible
prolongation processes to eco-friendly recycling methods. At a BMW
Group, tolerable meditative and movement influences not usually the
product, though a whole value chain. In all areas of a company, the
concentration is on suggestive and obliged use of appetite and tender materials.

 

 

If we have any questions, greatfully contact:

 

BMW Group Corporate Communications

Julian Hetzenecker, BMW Group Business and Financial
Communications
Tel.: +49-89-382-39229
Email: julian.hetzenecker@bmw.de

Email: presse@bmw.de
Media
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Press hit Witzigmann Academy
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Geisel
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80639 München 
Telephone: +49
89 139 260 26
office@ottogeisel.de

 

Further information on a Eckart Witzigmann Award can be
found at:

www.eckart-witzigmann-preis.de

 

 

 

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