Congratulations to Warner Music Prize winner Augustin Hadelich on his GRAMMY Award® nomination! Augustin is nominated in the category of Best Classical Instrumental Solo for his recording of Dutilleux’s Violin Concerto, “L’Arbre Des Songes”, with the Seattle Symphony under the baton of Ludovic Morlot. The recording is also nominated for Best Engineered Album, Classical. Classical Instrumental Solo Dutilleux:… More
Soprano Jennifer Zetlan is swiftly garnering recognition for her artistry and captivating stage presence. She has debuted on the stages of the Metropolitan Opera, New York City Opera, Seattle Opera, Santa Fe Opera and Florida Grand
Opera. On the concert stage she has performed with the New York Philharmonic, St. Paul Chamber Orchestra, the Indianapolis Symphony, The Juilliard Orchestra and has been heard at Carnegie Hall in recital and with Oratorio Society of New York, Musica Sacra, and the New York Youth Symphony.
The 2014-15 season opens with a reprisal of a role Ms. Zetlan created last season at the Ojai Festival, that of Mozart/Donna Anna Steven Stucky and Jeremy Denk’s The Classical Style, this time at Carnegie Hall. She also performs
in The Tempest Songbook with Gotham Chamber Opera, and creates the role of Fanny in the world premiere of Morning Star with Cincinnati Opera. Concert appearances include Ligeti’s Requiem with the American Symphony Orchestra at Carnegie Hall, Chichester Psalms and Carmina Burana with the Oratorio Society of New York.
Last season, Ms. Zetlan sang the role of Rebecca in the U.S. premiere of Nico Muhly’s Two Boys. Ms. Zetlan also returned to Seattle Opera after great success last season, this time as Gilda in Rigoletto. On the concert stage, she performed Mozart’s Requiem with the Oratorio Society of New York, Messiah with the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, and Golijov’s 3 Songs for Soprano and Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9 with the Lexington Philharmonic.
NEW YORK, NY – October 20, 2015: Warner Music Group and the Blavatnik Family Foundation announced today that violinist Augustin Hadelich – hailed by the New York Times as a “brilliant young violinist, with magisterial poise and serene control” – has been named the winner of the first Warner Music… More