2019 Royal Philharmonic Society Awards
Sara Mohr-Pietsch and Andrew McGregor present the 30th Royal Philharmonic Society Awards ceremony at the Battersea Arts Centre in London.
The Royal Philharmonic Society was founded in 1813 'to promote the performance, in the most perfect manner possible, of the best and most approved instrumental music.' This year it hosts its 30th awards ceremony at the Battersea Arts Centre in London. Celebrating the outstanding, the pioneering and the inspirational in classical music, it encompasses superstars of the stage along with unsung heroes of the music world. Awards include the coveted RPS Gold Medal, which has been awarded to outstanding musicians since 1870, and a brand new Gamechanger Award for an individual, group or organisation who has broken new ground in classical music.
Presented by Sara Mohr-Pietsch and Andrew McGregor
Saltarello - Symphony No.4 'Italian'Ensemble: A4 Brass Quartet.
Cave (extract)Singer: Mark Padmore. Singer: Elaine Mitchener. Orchestra: London Sinfonietta. Conductor: Geoffrey Paterson.
A Severn RhapsodyOrchestra: Aurora Orchestra. Conductor: Nicholas Collon.
Finale from String Quartet in G major, Op.76 No.1Ensemble: Castalian String Quartet.
Johann Sebastian Bach
Sonata No.1 in G minor, BWV 1001Performer: Alina Ibragimova.
Yes (extract)Singer: Juliet Fraser. Ensemble: Ensemble Musik Fabrik. Conductor: Enno Poppe.
Spring SongOrchestra: Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra. Conductor: Paavo Berglund.
Double FiestaEnsemble: The Hermes Experiment.
Four Last SongsSinger: Nina Stemme. Orchestra: Orchestra of the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden. Conductor: Sir Antonio Pappano.
Les jeux d'eaux à la Villa d'Este (3me Années de pèlerinage)Performer: Bertrand Chamayou.
- Liszt: Annees de Pelerinage: Bertrand Chamayou.
- Sun 1 Dec 2019 20:45