The nominees for the opus klassik 2023 have been announced

The nominees for the opus klassik 2023 have been announced

In total eleven artists have been nominated in seven categories for the opus klassik 2023. The winners will be announced in the autumn. Until then, we are keeping our fingers crossed for all the artists!

Matthias Well & Lilian Akopova – Jazzissimo
nominated in the categories: Instrumentalist of the Year, Ensemble / Orchestra of the Year and Chamber Music Recording
Zur CD

Max Volbers – Whispers of Tradition
nominated in the categories: Instrumentalist of the Year, Young Talent of the Year and Chamber Music Recording
Zur CD

Fidan Aghayeva-Edler – Fenster
nominated in the categories: Instrumentalist of the Year, Solo Instrument and World Premiere Recording
Zur CD

Ivan Galić – Scent of a Dream
nominated in the categories: Instrumentalist of the Year, Young Talent of the Year and Solo Instrument
Zur CD

Anne Haasch – Bach & Ponce
nominated in the categories: Instrumentalist of the Year and Solo Instrument
Zur CD

Elisabeth Plank – musings
nominated in the categories: Instrumentalist of the Year and Solo Instrument
Zur CD

Trio E.T.A. – E.T.A. spielt
nominated in the categories: Ensemble / Orchestra of the Year and Chamber Music Recording
Zur CD

Eliot Quartett – Le temps retrouvι
nominated in the categories: Ensemble / Orchestra of the Year and Chamber Music Recording
Zur CD

Klaviertrio Hannover – Missing Link: Emilie Mayer
nominated in the categories: Ensemble / Orchestra of the Year, Chamber Music Recording and World Premiere Recording
Zur CD

Tilman Sillescu – Nachtlichter
nominated in the categories: World Premiere Recording and New Classic / Neoclassic
Zur CD

Karolina Errera & Lilit Grigoryan – Songs of Rain
nominated in the categories: Instrumentalist of the Year, Young Talent of the Year, Ensemble / Orchestra of the Year and Chamber Music Recording
Zur CD

Picture Opus Klassik (c) Markus Nass, Monique Wuestenhagen