Classical Oscar by famous Russian pianist Automatic translate
LONDON. Daniil Trifonov won the Gramophone award in the Artist of the Year category.
The Gramophone Classical Music Awards, called the Oscars in the field of classical music, will celebrate its fortieth anniversary next year. Russian musicians regularly appear on the list of winners. Conductor Vasily Petrenko became a laureate twice. In 2007 he won the nomination “Young Artist of the Year”. The company was then compiled by Valery Gergiev and the London Symphony Orchestra, which recorded a disc with the symphonies of Sergei Prokofiev. In 2011, Petrenko received an award for recording the X Symphony of Shostakovich, in other nominations the vocal achievements of Marina Poplavskaya and Anna Netrebko were noted.
In 2016, the classic Oscar for the best record of the year - variations of Beethoven, Rzhevsky, Bach - went to Igor Levit, a pianist from Germany. The German media do not skimp on epithets about the musician whose family emigrated from Russia in the early 90s, referring him to the host of the greatest pianists of the century.
In the nomination “Best concert performance”, the victory was won by the Norwegian violinist, scholarship holder of the Anne-Marie Mutter Foundation Vilde Frang for violin concerts by Korngold and Britten. British conductor and pianist Antonio Pappano received the Gramophone for a CD with the opera Aida. The part of Amneris was performed by the soloist of the Mariinsky Theater, mezzo-soprano Ekaterina Semenchuk. The Boston Symphony Orchestra was recognized as the best in the Orchestra category for interpreting the X symphony of Dmitry Shostakovich.
The Lifetime Achievement Award (For Outstanding Achievements) was awarded to Christa Ludwig. In March of this year, the owner of the magnificent mezzo-soprano turned 88 years old. Pianist and composer, winner of the XIV Tchaikovsky Competition Grand Prix, Grammy nominee, member of the New York Philharmonic Board of Directors Daniil Trifonov added the title of Artist of the Year to his many regalia and victories.
Elena Tanakova © Gallerix.ru
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