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Philharmonic's All-Christopher Rouse Recording Nominated for Grammy Award

Posted December 06, 2016
NY Philharmonic Christopher Rouse Grammy Award

Alan Gilbert and the Philharmonic’s recording of music by former Marie-Josée Kravis Composer-in-Residence Christopher Rouse, released in May 2016 on Dacapo, is a rousing success: it’s been nominated for a 2016 Grammy Award for Best Orchestral Performance!

The recording features Rouse’s Third and Fourth Symphonies (the Fourth was commissioned and premiered by the Philharmonic for the inaugural NY PHIL BIENNIAL and called “skillful and mature … the best Rouse I’ve heard in 20 years” by Musical America), Odna Zhizn (commissioned and premiered by the Orchestra), and Prospero’s Rooms (commissioned and premiered by the Philharmonic, and dedicated to Alan Gilbert).

Buy the CD here, or check it out on Spotify and iTunes.