Seattle Symphony’s Recording of Henri Dutilleux’s Sur le même accord; Les citations; Mystère de l'instant & Timbres, espace, mouvement was Nominated for:
Best Engineered Album, Classical
Best Surround Sound Album
Seattle, WA – It was announced today that the Seattle Symphony has received two nominations in the classical category for the 2017 Grammy Awards®. The nominations, both for the third installment in the all-Dutilleux series on the Seattle Symphony Media label, are Best Engineered Album and Best Surround Sound Album in the classical category.
“… a nearly unparalleled recording project in contemporary classical music…. absolutely confirmed with the release of the third and final disc, a thing of astonishing beauty.”– WQXR Radio
Part of a three-disc, multi-year recording project, Ludovic Morlot and the Seattle Symphony released the third volume of orchestral works of Henri Dutilleux on Seattle Symphony Media on August 12, 2016. The recording includes studio recordings of Sur le même accord featuring Grammy Award-winning violinist Augustin Hadelich, Les citations, Mystère de l’instant, and live performance of Timbres, espace, mouvement. “We’re absolutely thrilled,” said President & CEO Simon Woods. “We have a lot of things in our favor: a great orchestra, a great hall and an absolutely world-class engineer. Nobody makes an orchestra sound better than Dmitriy Lipay.”
Digital downloads and CDs are available through iTunes, Amazon, Qobuz, Primephonic, Acoustic Sounds and HD Tracks. Recordings can be streamed through Apple Music, Spotify, Tidal, Google Play, Rhapsody and Microsoft Groove.