Awards

Classical BRIT noms out

By | Published on Tuesday 13 April 2010

Noms were also announced yesterday for the Classical BRITs. Some of these we already knew I think. Best Album certainly. But hey, here they are in their entirety. Brilliant. The most classical of BRITSs will be presented at what is being called an awards ceremony on 13 May in the most Royal of all of the many Albert Halls. Enjoy.

Female Artist Of The Year: Angela Gheorghiu, Anna Netrebko, Marin Alsop

Male Artist of the Year: Antonio Pappano, Bryn Terfel, Vasily Petrenko

Composer of the Year: Howard Goodall – Enchanted Voices; Ludovico Einaudi – Nightbook; Thomas Ades – The Tempest

Young British Classical Performer or Group: Faryl Smith, Jack Liebeck, Stile Antico

Soundtrack of the Year: Alexandre Desplat – The Curious Case of Benjamin Button; Michael Giacchino – Star Trek; Thomas Newman – Revolutionary Road

Critics’ Award: Isabelle Faust & Alexander Melnikov – Beethoven Sonatas; Steven Osborne – Rachmaninoff Preludes; Roma Orchestra dell’ Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia, Antonio Pappano, Rolando Villazón, Anja Harteros, Sonja Ganassi, Rene Pape – Verdi: Messa da Requiem

NS&I Album of the Year: Alma Mater Ft The Voice Of Pope Benedict – Music From The Vatican; Blake – Together; Camilla Kerslake – Camilla Kerslake; Coldstream Guards Band – Heroes; Faryl Smith – Faryl; Fron Male Voice Choir – Voices Of The Valley: Memory Lane; Howard Goodall’s Enchanted Voices – Enchanted Voices; Only Men Aloud – Band Of Brothers; Rhydian – O Fortuna; The Priests – Harmony.

Lifetime Achievement In Music: Dame Kiri Te Kanawa



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