Congratulations to the winners of the Opus Klassik Awards
HarrisonParrott congratulates the winners of the Inaugural Opus Klassik Awards. The Opus Klassik Award is the new award for classical music in Germany (succeeding the former ECHO-Klassik) and the winning discs are selected by a jury of Germany recording industry experts. The ceremony takes place on Sunday 14 October at Konzerthaus Berlin and will be broadcast nationwide on ZDFTV at 22.15 (CET).
Symphonic recording of the year (music 19th century) PAAVOJÄRVI, DEUTSCHEKAMMERPHILHARMONIEBREMEN “Brahms Volume1: Symphony no. 2, Tragic overture, Academic festival overture” (RCA Red Seal / Sony) N.B. The Volume 2 of the Brahms cycle will be released on Sony’s RCA Red Seal label on 4 October.
Concert recording of the year (music 20th / 21st century ) — violin LISABATIASHVILI, YANNICKNÉZET-SÉGUIN, CHAMBERORCHESTRAOFEUROPE “Visions of Prokofiev” (Deutsche Grammophon / Universal)
Symphonic recording of the year (music 20th / 21st century) JENNIFERJOHNSONCANO, JEAN-YVESTHIBAUDET, BALTIMORESYMPHONYORCHESTRA, MARINALSOP (NAXOS) “Amber: Symphonies Nos. 1&2 ”
Singer of the year JUANDIEGOFLÓREZ “Mozart” (Sony Classical / Sony Music) Juan Diego Flórez, Orchestra La Scintilla, Riccardo Minasi
Chamber Music Recording of the Year (Music 19th century) TABEAZIMMERMANN, JÖRGWIDMANN, DÉNESVÁRJON “Once upon a time … One upon a time … storytelling | Fairy Tales by Robert Schumann and Jörg Widmann “(myrios classics)
Solo Recording / Vocals of the Year (Oratorios / Concert / Song) BARBARAHANNIGAN, LUDWIGORCHESTRA “Crazy Girl Crazy” (Alpha Classics / Outhere)
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