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Naxos Wins 6 Grammy® Awards in 2011!

February 14, 2011

Naxos is delighted to announce an outstanding result at this year’s Grammy® Awards, where Naxos won six awards, more than any other classical label:

Best Orchestral Performance
Best Engineered Classical Album
Best Classical Contemporary Composition (Daugherty: Deus Ex Machina)

Metropolis Symphony, Deus ex Machina

Terrence Wilson, piano
Nashville Symphony Orchestra
Giancarlo Guerrero, conductor

Naxos 8.559635

Best Instrumental Soloist Performance

Livre Du Saint-Sacrement

Paul Jacobs, organ
Naxos 8.572436–37

Best Chamber Music Performance

String Quartets Nos. 1 & 2

Parker Quartet
Naxos 8.570781

Producer Of The Year, Classical (David Frost)

Concertos For Mandolin, Piccolo & Piano, and Concerto Grosso

Avi Avital, mandolin • Mindy Kaufman, piccolo • Eliran Avni, piano
Arnaud Sussmann, violin • Lily Francis, violin • Eric Nowlin, viola
Michal Korman, cello • Aya Hamada, harpsichord
Metropolis Ensemble
Andrew Cyr, conductor

Naxos 8.559620


Congratulations to all concerned – composers, performers, engineers, and everyone involved!

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