OPUS Klassik Announces 2022 Nominees

by | Jul 3, 2022 | Featured, News

The OPUS KLASSIK, Germany’s prestigious prize for classical music, has announced their 2022 nominees. The jury of experts, made up of representatives from the music and media industries, will honour 45 winners in 27 categories October 7-9, 2022 in Berlin. Let’s take a moment to applaud our Canadian nominees ⬇ (full list of nominees can be viewed here)

Emily D’Angelo for enargeia

Nominations: Singer of the Year/Young Artist of the Year/Solo Recording (Voice—Concert)/Classical Without Borders/Video

Jan Lisiecki for Chopin: The Complete Nocturnes

Nominations: Instrumentalist of the Year/Solo Recording (Instrumental)

Marc-André Hamelin for CPE Bach Sonatas & Rondos

Nominations: Instrumentalist of the Year/Solo Recording (Instrumental)

Yannick Nézet-Séguin for Florence Price: Symphonies 1 & 3 AND Introspection: Solo Piano Sessions

Nominations: Conductor of the Year/Symphonic Recording/Solo Recording (Instrumental)/World Premiere Recording/Innovative Listening Experience

The jury includes Dr. Kerstin Schüssler-Bach (Composer Manager Boosey & Hawkes), Michael Becker (Intendant Tonhalle Düsseldorf), Michael Brüggemann (Vice President Sony Classical Germany), Arnt Cobbers (Journalist), Tobias Feilen (Editorial Manager Music and Theater ZDF), Manfred Görgen (Managing Director CLASS), Stephanie Haase (Director Classics Warner Music), Kleopatra Sofroniou (General Manager Classics Deutsche Grammophon) and Julia Spinola (journalist).



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