The Berliner Philharmoniker and Sir Simon Rattle were awarded the ECHO Klassik 2012 in the category "Symphonic Recording of the Year / 20th/21st century" for their Schoenberg-album. Congratulations!
We are delighted Max Emanuel Cencic's recording of Gluck's "Ezio" won the ECHO Klassik 2012 in the category "Opera Recording of the Year / 17th/18th century" - Congratulations!
The album "Duetti" by the countertenors Philippe Jaroussky and Max Emanuel Cencic with William Christie and the baroque ensemble Les Arts Florissants won the award in the category "Opera Recording of the Year / Operatic Arias & Duets" - Congratulations!
Congratulations to Renaud and Gautier Capuçon, Quatuor Ebène, Gérard Caussé, Nicholas Angelich and Michel Dalberto. Their recording of Fauré's Complete Chamber Music won an ECHO Klassik 2012 in the category "Chamber Music Recording of the Year (19th century) / Mixed Ensemble".
The live recording "Live from Lugano 2010" won the ECHO Klassik 2012 in the category "Chamber Music Recording of the Year (20th/21st century) / mixed ensemble". Congratulations!
The Credit Suisse Young Artist Award is awarded every two years to mark the outstanding achievements of young solo musicians. We are delighted Vilde Frang won the Award - congratulations!
With his recording of Bach's piano concertos, Alexandre Tharaud's won the Les Victoires de la Musique Classique 2012 award for "Instrumental Soloist of the Year". Congratulations!
At the 54th Annual Grammy Awards, Joyce DiDonato won in the Classical Vocal Solo category for her album Diva Divo. Earlier during the show, she became the first ever classical singer to perform at the Grammys with a rousing rendition of Rossini’s "Non più mesta". Congratulations!