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ICMA WINNERS 2021

International Classical Music Award

Vinderne af International Classical Music Awards 2021 er blevet udvalgt.
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Best Video Performance og Best Video Dokumentary

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Image Hamlet (DVD)
ICMA WINNER: BEST VIDEO PERFORMANCE
ex-aequo

Thomas: Hamlet
Stéphane Degout, Sabine Devieilhe, Laurent Alvaro, Sylvie Brunet-Grupposo, Nicolas Legoux, Julien Behr, Jérôme Varnier, Yoann Dubruque, Kevin Amiel
Chœur Les Eléments, Orchestre des Champs-Elysées,
Louis Langrée, conductor
Cyril Teste, stage director

ICMA: Unjustly labelled by Debussy’s famous joke (« I know three kinds of music: the good, the bad and Thomas’s »), the French composer’s music returns to the stage with a production of his masterpiece, Hamlet, which fascinated the audience thanks to Louis Langrée’s sensitive conducting, Cyril Teste’s intelligently modern direction and, above all, the magnificent singing and theatrical intensity of Stéphane Degout and Sabine Devieilhe: a real redemption for poor Ambroise Thomas!

kr. 189,95
Image To Music (DVD)
ICMA WINNER: BEST VIDEO DOCUMENTARIES
Lucas Debargue – To Music
A film by Martin Mirabel

In this documentary category about Lucas Debargue, shot and directed by the pianist’s contemporary Martin Mirabel, the camera follows the young musician during concerts, recordings and even walks, capturing his original and paradoxical judgments about art, revealing his complete immersion in what makes up the meaning of his life. The jury appreciates both the stylishly-made visual component of the film and the special way of filming, which combines a news-reel manner with great focus on the details. It reveals the creative personality of an artist who may become one of the greatest musicians of the 21st century.Chicago via Weimar and Salerno, revealing talents as a composer and jazz improvisor and his first-time entry into a world of recording studios, touring and fame, in a crucial year of discoveries.

kr. 189,95
Image Piano Recital
YOUNG ARTIST OF THE YEAR

Can Cakmur, piano

ICMA: After studies at Schola Cantorum in Paris and at the Liszt Academy of Weimar, as well as with Diane Andersen in Belgium, the young Turkish pianist Can Cakmur has just embarked into a promising worldwide career. Benefitting from a superb technique he is a sensitive and rhetoric musician. After having received an ICMA Award in the Solo Instrument category last year, he is getting ICMA’s Young Artist of the Year Award this year, which is also unique in our awards’ history.and Black Earth by Can’s compatriot, the Turkish pianist and composer Fazil Say.

kr. 149,95
Image Edita Gruberova
LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD

Edita Gruberova, soprano

ICMA: One of the last true great opera divas, Edita Gruberova has triumphed on stages all over the world for over fifty years, showing the absolute perfection of her singing, the purity of her pitch and total adherence to the dramatic reasons of the characters in the Italian bel canto repertoire, in which she is undisputed queen — but we shouldn’t forget the wit and the irony she has always displayed in German and Viennese operetta. A model of long-lasting career and dedication, Edita Gruberova is a model for any young singer wishing to follow her example.

kr. 139,95
Image Cello Concertos
ICMA WINNER: BEST CONCERTOS

Alban Gerhardt writes admiringly of Rostropovich and the legacy of marvellous works he inspired, but on the evidence of these extraordinary accounts of two of them, he need fear no comparisons with his great Russian forebear.

kr. 149,95
Image Glagolitisches Requiem; Himna Slobodi
ICMA WINNER: BESTCHORAL MUSIC
Igor Kuljeric: Glagolitic Requiem
Jakov Gotovac: Himna Slobodi
Kristina Kolar, Eric Laporte, Annika Schlicht, Ljubomir Puskaric, Chor des Bayerischen Rundfunks, Münchner Rundfunkorchester, Ivan Repusic

ICMA: The Glagolitic Requiem by the Croatian composer and conductor Igor Kuljeric
marries Glagolitic melismas with the architecture and form of the Latin Requiem. The recording allows us not only to discover a truly outstanding work but also to hear this music in a sensitive, gripping interpretation. The conductor Ivan Repusic is well supported by good soloists, the excellent choir of the Bavarian Radio and the very committed Munich Radio Orchestra.

kr. 139,95
Image In Seven Days
ICMA WINNER: BEST CONTEMPORARY MUSIC

Thomas Adès: Powder Her Face, Berceuse, Mazurkas, In Seven Days
Kirill Gerstein, Tanglewood Music Centre Orchestra, Thomas Adès

ICMA: It has long been known: in these difficult times for the art of composition, Thomas Adès has found his own, eclectic language, creating music that is both attractive in sound and full of meaning. This programme combines the different aspects of his creative nature, evoking Schubert and tango, the salon elegance of mazurkas (though translated into a contemporary language), and the flickering of stars. This unusual set, enriched by the brilliant pianist Kirill Gerstein and musicians of the Tanglewood Music Center Orchestra, is a most glamorous showcase for the work of this English composer and of contemporary music in general.

★ ★ ★ ★ ★

"Med rig udfoldelse
af et væld af klangfarver i
samspillet med det store Tanglewood
Music Center Orchestra,
ledet af Thomas Adès og
Kirill Gerstein ved klaveret, er
musikken en stor prisme underlagt
en stram arkitektur. Her
viser Thomas Adès, at han ikke
kun dyrker det løsslupne men
også matematisk præcision –
og tak for det!"


Magasinet Klassisk

kr. 149,95
Image Piano Concerto No. 4
ICMA WINNER: BEST ASSORTED PROGRAMS
Beethoven: Piano Concerto No. 4, Coriolan Overture,
The Creatures of Prometheus Overture
Kristian Bezuidenhout, Freiburger Barockorchester, Pablo Heras-Casado

ICMA: Kristian Bezuidenhout brings joy, finesse and lyricism to this often-recorded piece of Beethoven, and his interpretation is so fresh and sounds so authentic that one can’t help feeling that the listener is being beamed up to the Vienna of Beethoven’s era. The sound of the fortepiano is so sweet, and the brilliant recording of both the piano and orchestra do justice to the beauty of the pieces. The orchestra under the baton of Pablo Heras-Casado is very receptive, energetic and dynamic, and proves itself to be a first-rate authentic ensemble.

kr. 139,95
Image Symphony No 1
ARTIST OF THE YEAR

Pablo Heras-Casado, conductor

ICMA: In an already dazzling career, the Granada-born conductor Pablo Heras-Casado has shown great versatility in an unusually broad repertoire ranging from Renaissance music to contemporary creations. His collaborations with the world’s most important orchestras and ensembles, as well as his numerous recordings, place the young Spanish maestro among the most solid values on the international scene.

EDITOR'S CHOICE
RECORDING OF THE MONTH
"The smaller scales tells not in lack of impact but the reverse. When trombones and bas drum make telling entrances in the outer movements, you know about it."
Gramophone february 2017

kr. 149,95
Image Missa pro mortuis
ICMA WINNER: BEST EARLY MUSIC
In perpetual search of unpublished works and forgotten composers, Paul Van Nevel invites us to discover a Requiem Mass for five voices, composed in 1556 by Simone de Bonefont, canon and cantor at Clermont-Ferrand Cathedral. The Missa pro mortuis can be considered as one of the highlights of polyphonic vocal style, encompassing all the characteristics of Franco-Flemish techniques of the period. The richness of de Bonefont’s polyphonic writing and his mastery of counterpoint are truly astonishing. True to form, the Huelgas Ensemble honors this unpublished score with a powerful interpretation, delivering music of incredible luminous tranquility. The programme also includes four compositions by Franco-Flemish masters - that de Bonefont may well have heard - on one of the most profound texts of the Gregorian repertoire: Media vita in morte summus (In the midst of life we are in death).

kr. 139,95
Image Violin Concertos
ICMA WINNER: BEST BAROQUE INSTRUMENTAL
After several recordings with Anima Eterna and Jos Van Immerseel, the French violinist Chouchane Siranossian tackles a programme of extremely virtuosic concertos that few Baroque violinists dare to face. Thanks to her technical gifts and to partners ideally suited to this repertory – the Venice Baroque Orchestra and its conductor Andrea Marcon, a specialist in the Italian Baroque style – she takes up the challenge with brio. This album is released to coincide with the 250th anniversary of Tartini’s death in 2020. Of special interest is a completely unknown and unpublished concerto in G major, the manuscript of which was recently found by the musicologist Margherita Canale.

kr. 149,95
Image La Francesina - Handel's Nightingale
ICMA WINNER: BEST BAROQUE VOCAL
La Francesina, Handel’s Nightingale
Sophie Junker
Le Concert de l’Hostel Dieu, Franck-Emmanuel Comte

ICMA: Élisabeth Du Parc was a French singer who became a sort of muse to Handel during his last years in London: on this Aparté CD, the Belgian soprano Sophie Junker astounds with the skill with which she delivers a very virtuosic vocal writing, thanks to total mastery of languages – Italian and English – and the ability to make every technical device an expressive factor. All in all, one of the finest examples of baroque singing in recent years.
successful roles as the composer’s muse.

kr. 139,95
Image Piano Concerto No. 3; Symphony No. 3 (DVD)
ICMA WINNER: BEST VIDEO PERFORMANCE
Rachmaninov: Piano concerto No. 3 + Etude-Tableau + Vocalise + Symphony No. 3
Denis Matsuev, Lucerne Festival Orchestra, Riccardo Chailly

ICMA: In this live recording of Rachmaninov’s 3rd Piano Concerto, Denis Matsuev’s playing is both soulful and brilliant. Riccardo Chailly’s reading is detailed and extremely colourful. Rachmaninov’s Third Symphony, though composed on Lake Lucerne, is deeply Russian, and Chailly expresses this well. He does not seek the spectacular or the racy elegance in Rachmaninov’s music, but rather a emphasises sonority, orchestral colour and transparency, so that the individual movements of the symphony present themselves like a lush bouquet. But what ultimately really distinguishes this performance is the magnificent, phenomenal playing of the Lucerne Festival Orchestra.

kr. 189,95
Image Le Timbre d'argent
ICMA WINNER: BEST OPERA

Saint-Saëns’s first opera, Le Timbre d’argent – initially composed in 1864 – need not fear comparison with some of the most celebrated works in the nineteenth-century French repertory. It depicts the nightmare of a man whose hallucinations anticipate by twenty years the fantastical apparitions of Offenbach’s Les Contes d’Hoffmann. A manipulative diabolical figure gives the hero a silver bell that he must ring to obtain the gold that will enable him to gain the love of the beautiful Circé; in exchange, a supposedly random victim must perish. But first Conrad’s father-in-law, then his best friend are the ones to die. The flashback that resolves the drama already prefigures the cinematic devices of the following century. Le Timbre d’argent is presented here in its final version, dating from 1914, the last of ten revisions over a period of almost fifty years. The dynamic conducting of François-Xavier Roth and the exceptionally precise and fiery performance of the period-instrument orchestra Les Siècles demonstrate that Saint-Saëns was doubtless right to persist in considering the work as one of his masterpieces.

kr. 279,95
Image Piano Concerto No. 4
ICMA WINNER: BEST ASSORTED PROGRAMS
Beethoven: Piano Concerto No. 4, Coriolan Overture,
The Creatures of Prometheus Overture
Kristian Bezuidenhout, Freiburger Barockorchester, Pablo Heras-Casado

ICMA: Kristian Bezuidenhout brings joy, finesse and lyricism to this often-recorded piece of Beethoven, and his interpretation is so fresh and sounds so authentic that one can’t help feeling that the listener is being beamed up to the Vienna of Beethoven’s era. The sound of the fortepiano is so sweet, and the brilliant recording of both the piano and orchestra do justice to the beauty of the pieces. The orchestra under the baton of Pablo Heras-Casado is very receptive, energetic and dynamic, and proves itself to be a first-rate authentic ensemble.

kr. 139,95
Image Marc Bouchkov
ORCHESTRA AWARD

Marc Bouchkov, violin

The Franco-Belgian violinist Marc Bouchkov is a complete musician, equally at ease in recitals and chamber music as he is as a soloist with symphony orchestras. His flexibility in different styles makes him one of the most eminent soloists of our time.the First Prize for Violin with Special Distinction from the Jury at the CNSM Paris; the prestigious Ebel Prize followed in 2011. In 2012, he was a finalist and award-winner at the 2012 Queen Elizabeth Competition in Brussels. In 2013, he won First Prize at the Montreal International Musical Competition, and was named an award-winner of the Stiftung Juventus by Georges Gara.

kr. 110,00
Image The Violin Sonatas
SPECIAL ACHIEVEMENT AWARD

Ingolf Turban, violin

ICMA: Ingolf Turban is one of the most recorded violinists of our time. In a very broad and often rarely played repertoire his interpretations are lauded for their technical accomplishment and highly communicative quality. A virtuoso performer, he is also a renowned teacher, eager to share his skills with the younger generation, notably at the International Music Academy in Liechtenstein.


kr. 139,95
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