First Round Grammy Ballot 2019

First round voting ends 10.10.19

Here are our titles on the first-round ballot for Grammy voting for 2019. First round voting ends on October 10th, so if you're a voting member (or even if not!) we deeply appreciate your consideration of all these albums:

Best Chamber Music/Small Ensemble Performance:

ACRONYM: The Battle, the Bethel, & the Ball

JACK Quartet: Filigree - Music of Hannah Lash

Splinter Reeds: Hypothetical Islands

Rand Steiger: Coalescence Cycle, vol. 1 (on International Contemporary Ensemble's TUNDRA imprint)

Nicholas DiEugenio and Mimi Solomon: Unraveling Beethoven

Best Contemporary Composition:

Reiko Fueting: “als ein licht”/extensio; recorded by AuditivVokal Dresden, Art d'Echo, Olaf Katzer, conductor

Tonia Ko: Tribute/Axis II; recorded by Nicholas DiEugenio, violin, and Mimi Solomon, piano

Mary Kouyoumidijan: Aghavni; recorded by Nicholas Phillips, piano

Mathew Rosenblum: Lament/Witches Sabbath; recorded by Boston Modern Orchestra Project, Gil Rose, conductor, David Krakauer, clarinet

Best Classical Compendium:

Mathew Rosenblum: Lament/Witches Sabbath

Best Classical Vocal Solo Album:

The Bowers Fader Duo: Between Us All - New American Art Songs for Voice & Guitar

Best Instrumental Solo:

Mathew Rosenblum: Lament/Witches Sabbath; soloist: David Krakauer, clarinet

Nicholas Phillips: Shift

Best Opera:

Nathan Davis: Hagoromo (TUNDRA)

Suzanne Farrin: Dolce la Morte (TUNDRA)

ACRONYM and TENET: Johann Heinrich Schmelzer: Le Memorie Dolorose (Olde Focus)

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