Six Artists from Crescendi Artists’ Roster are Nominated for the Opus Klassik Prize 2021

Crescendi Artists would like to congratulate its’ Nominees in the prestigious German OPUS Klassik Awards. The awards are presented by The Association for the Promotion of Classical Music and celebrate recording musicians and creative teams in 25 categories.

Opus Klassik 2021 Nominees
From top, left: Lina Johnson, Daniel Barenboim, Anne-Sophie Mutter, Krystian Zimerman, Marc-André Hamelin, Emerson String Quartet

The Nominees:

Lina Johnson (soprano)
in category Rising Star/Breakthrough Artist of the Year (vocals) for A Quiet Beauty – Works by Kvandal

Krystian Zimerman (pianist) w. Sir Simon Rattle and the London Symphony Orchestra
in category Innovative Concert of the Year for Beethoven-Zyklus

Daniel Barenboim (pianist, conductor)
in category Instrumentalist of the Year for Complete Piano Sonatas / Diabelli Variations
in category Conductor of the Year for Sea Pictures / Falstaff, Dvorák: Cello Concerto and for Triple Concerto
in category Audio-visual Music Production for Diabelli Variations (Visual Album)
in category Solo Recording – Instrument for Complete Piano Sonatas – Diabelli Variations

Anne-Sophie Mutter (violinist) w. John Williams / Wiener Philharmoniker
in category Instrumentalist of the Year for John Williams in Vienna
in category Audio-visual Music Production for Live in Vienna
in category Videoclip for John Williams in Vienna
in category Symphonic Recording – 20th and 21st centuries for John Williams in Vienna

Anne-Sophie Mutter / Yo-Yo Ma / Daniel Barenboim
in category Instrumentalist of the Year for Triple Concerto

Emerson String Quartet (ensemble)
in category Ensemble/Orchestra of the Year for Schumann – String Quartets
in category Chamber Music of 20th and 21st Centuries for Schumann – String Quartets

Marc-André Hamelin (pianist)
in category Solo Recording – Instrument for Liszt – Thalberg

The winners will be awarded on October 10th, 2021 at Konzerthaus Berlin.

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