ABC and Slava Grigoryan dominate 2017 ARIA Fine Arts Nominations

ABC and Slava Grigoryan dominate 2017 ARIA Fine Arts Nominations

ABC Music’s labels have received 14 nominations across the Classical, Soundtrack, World, Jazz, Comedy and Engineer categories at the 2017 ARIAs. ABC Classics makes a clean sweep with all five nominations for Best Classical Album.

Guitarist Slava Grigoryan is the most nominated artist across all labels, with four albums in three categories. James Morrison receives two nominations for Best Jazz, whilst Kate Miller-Heidke’s live album with the Sydney Symphony is nominated for Best Classical and Best Engineer. Other nominees include pianists Jayson Gillham and Tamara-Anna Cislowska, the Melbourne Ska Orchestra and Australian String Quartet, and, in Best Comedy, Buddy Goode and the late John Clarke. The original soundtracks for Ali’s Wedding (Nigel Westlake, Sydney Symphony Orchestra) and Mountain (Australian Chamber Orchestra, Richard Tognetti) are also nominated.

The winners will be announced at a ceremony at the Art Gallery of NSW on Tuesday 10 October.

ARIA 2017 FINE ARTS AND ARTISAN AWARDS – ABC NOMINATIONS

ARIA AWARD FOR BEST CLASSICAL ALBUM

Jayson Gillham / Melbourne Symphony Orchestra / Benjamin Northey Medtner Piano Concerto No.1 | Rachmaninoff Piano Concerto No.2 [ABC Classics]

Kate Miller-Heidke / Sydney Symphony Orchestra / Benjamin NortheyKate Miller-Heidke Live with the Sydney Symphony Orchestra [ABC Music]

Slava GrigoryanBach Cello Suites Volume I [ABC Classics]

Slava and Leonard GrigoryanSongs Without Words [ABC Classics]

Tamara-Anna CislowskaUnsent Love Letters: Meditations on Erik Satie by Elena Kats-Chernin[ABC Classics]

ARIA AWARD FOR BEST JAZZ ALBUM

James Morrison / Harry Morrison / William Morrison / BBC Concert Orchestra / Keith LockhartThe Great American Songbook [ABC Jazz]

James Morrison / James Morrison Academy Jazz OrchestraJames Morrison with his Academy Jazz Orchestra [ABC Jazz]

ARIA AWARD FOR BEST ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK

Nigel Westlake / Sydney Symphony Orchestra / Joseph Tawadros / Slava Grigoryan / LiorAli’s Wedding Original Soundtrack [ABC Classics]

Australian Chamber Orchestra / Richard TognettiMountain Original Soundtrack [ABC Classics]

ARIA AWARD FOR BEST WORLD MUSIC ALBUM

Slava Grigoryan / Australian String QuartetMigration [ABC Classics]

Melbourne Ska OrchestraSaturn Return [ABC Music]

ARIA AWARD FOR BEST COMEDY ALBUM

John ClarkeClarke’s Classics [ABC Classics]

Buddy GoodeMore Rubbish [ABC Music]

ARIA AWARD FOR BEST ENGINEER

Bob ScottKate Miller-Heidke Live with the Sydney Symphony Orchestra [ABC Music]
 

For further information, please contact:

Toby Chadd | ABC Classics & Jazz | (02) 8333 2853 | chadd.toby@abc.net.au


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