The Recording Academy® has officially revealed the nominations for the 2024 GRAMMY® Awards – and PENTATONE is proud to announce four nominations in different categories!
“We at Pentatone are overjoyed to be recognized by the Recording Academy for the incredible vision and brilliance of our artists and composers. Each could surely share their work elsewhere but instead choose Pentatone as a home for their rich recorded legacy. Sincere congratulations from our team to all of the nominees. We are truly honored to work with each of you, always in the service of great and lasting music.” – Sean Hickey, Managing Director, PENTATONE
Best Choral Performance – Rachmaninoff: All-Night Vigil (Steven Fox, conductor; The Clarion Choir)
“We are so grateful to the Recording Academy for the honor of being nominated this year. The Rachmaninoff All-Night Vigil is a piece that Clarion has performed a number of times over the years and one that we have a particular affection for. That our colleagues and peers in the recording industry have recognized the album in this way means the world to us.” – Steven Fox, conductor, The Clarion Choir
Best Orchestral Performance – Bartók: Concerto For Orchestra; Four Pieces (Karina Canellakis, conductor; Netherlands Radio Philharmonic Orchestra)
“I am so thrilled to learn that my Bartók recording with the Netherlands Radio Philharmonic has been nominated for a Grammy. A wonderful nod not only to this utterly expressive and stirring music but also to the musical journey the orchestra and I have made together over the years. Congratulations, Radio Filharmonisch Orkest!” – Karina Canellakis, conductor, Netherlands Radio Choir
Best Classical Solo Vocal Album – Broken Branches (Karim Sulayman, soloist; Sean Shibe, accompanist)
“Sean and I are over the moon to be nominated for Best Classical Solo Vocal Album! This is my second nomination in this same category and this kind of recognition is always incredible news, but feels extra special given our long-standing collaboration and admiration for each other, as well as our album’s subject matter as a display of our shared humanity through music across time, space and cultures.” – Karim Sulayman and Sean Shibe
Best Opera Recording – The Lord of Cries (John Corigliano, composer; Mark Adamo, librettist; Gil Rose, conductor; Anthony Roth Costanzo, Kathryn Henry, Jarrett Ott & David Portillo; Gil Rose, producer; Boston Modern Orchestra Project & Odyssey Opera Chorus)
“Mark Adamo and I couldn’t be happier that the GRAMMYS has recognized the splendid work that conductor Gil Rose, his stupendous cast and orchestra, and his peerless engineers have put into making the recording of our opera THE LORD OF CRIES. I’ve had the privilege of collaborating on many, many records of my music over my six-decade career, and this is, far and away, one of the very finest.” – John Corigliano
“It is a rare thing, as an opera librettist, to hear your text set so brilliantly and performed so clearly and passionately as I’ve experienced with THE LORD OF CRIES; I’m overjoyed by this recording of John Corigliano’s most dazzling score, and delighted that GRAMMYs have honored it.” – Mark Adamo
Read the full nomination list HERE.