ICAP recognizes and rewards individuals and organizations that contribute to making the performing arts a vehicle for creating peace. Recipients include: Nelson Mandela, Carlos Santana (who later joined the ICAP board) Claude Nobs (founder, Montreux Jazz Festival), Quincy Jones, Tony Bennett, Zubin Mehta, Tipper Gore, Betty Williams, M Lavin, Tom Carter, Amaral Vieira and Lang Lang.

Nelson Mandela is presented

with the ICAP Founder’s Award
by ICAP 
board member Patrick Duffy
in South Africa

bettyawardNobel Laureate Betty Williams
receives ‘Humanity in the Arts
Peace Award’ in Montreux

quincyawardQuincy Jones receives the
‘Humanity in the Arts Peace Award’
in Montreux

ICAP ‘Humanity in the Arts Peace
Award’ presented to Tony Bennett
in Montreux with Claude Nobs
and Herbie Hancock

tippergoreawardICAP Founder’s Award presented
to Tipper Gore,
in Los Angeles, California

tippergoreawardICAP’s Carlos Santana and Herbie Hancock, present ‘Humanity in the Arts Peace Award’ to Claude Nobs, founder of Montreux Jazz Festival. 


ICAP Founder’s Award presented
to Conductor Zubin Mehta
in Los Angeles

Montreux Jazz Festival 2009Auditorium Stravinski 05.07.2009Int. Artist for Peace Award, Lang Lang© Daniel BalmatLang Lang, receives the ‘Humanity in the Arts Peace Award’ in Montreux

ICAP Founder’s Award presented to Tom Carter, President of
the Thelonious Monk Institute
in Los Angeles

Brazil’s Amaral Vieira received
the ICAP Founder’s Award
in Santa Monica


ICAP Founder’s Award
presented to M Lavin
in Loveland, Colorado

ICAP Scholarship awarded
to Nick Depinna, UCLA student
in Los Angeles

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