FOR YOUR
GRAMMY® Consideration


 

-Best Opera: Kaminsky: As One
-Best Contemporary Classical Composition: Kaminsky
-Producer of the Year, classical: Judith Sherman
-Best Engineered Album, classical: Jamey Lamar

AS ONE

Music and Concept by Laura Kaminsky
Libretto by Mark Campbell and Kimberly Reed

Sasha Cooke, mezzo & Kelly Markgraf, baritone
The Fry Street Quartet
Steven Osgood, conductor

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A remarkable achievement
— Gramophone

PUBLIQuartet

-Best Chamber Music/Small Ensemble Performance: PUBLIQuartet
-Best Contemporary Classical Composition: Jessica Meyer, Get Into The Now
Best Engineered Album classical: Ryan Streber
-Producer of the Year, classical: Louis Levitt

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simultaneously a hoot and quite thought-provoking
— The CD Hot List

-Best Classical Instrumental Solo
-Best Engineered Album classical, Dan Cardinal

Mike Block, cello
With guest artist Shane Shanahan, percussion

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Breathless... Half Dance, Half Dare.
— The New York Times


-Best Classical Solo Vocal Album
-Song Of The Year: Will There Really Be A Morning?
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Best Contemporary Classical Composition:
Gordon, Ricky Ian: Antarctica
-Best Engineered Album classical: Andy Bove
- Producer of the Year, classical: Andy Bove, William Hobbes, & Paula Mlyn
- Producer of the Year, classical: Louis Levitt

Jennifer Zetlan, soprano with
Ricky Ian Gordon, composer at the piano

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Zetlan’s singing is beautiful...a stunning collection
— The Epoch Times