The 2021 GRAMMY Awards Nominees have been announced, and we are delighted to see Schulich faculty, former colleagues and alumni represented! As music's only peer-recognized distinction, the GRAMMY awards honour and celebrate artistic excellence across the entire music industry, and to see the accomplishments of the Schulich community included on the list is always a thrill.
We are so proud of the many achievements of our faculty, students, and alumni and send a hearty congratulations to all.
The 63rd GRAMMY Awards ceremony takes place January 31, 2021 and will be broadcast live on the CBS Television Network.
Here are this year’s categories featuring Schulich Faculty and Alumni:
Best Large Jazz Ensemble Album
Prof. John Hollenbeck, composer, arranger, conductor; Theo Bleckmann, voice; Kate McGarry, voice; Gary Versace, piano and organ; The Frankfurt Radio Big Band
* Read more about it in our April-August Release Radar
Best Classical Compendium
Prof. Matt Haimovitz, cello; Julian Wachner, conductor (former Associate Professor at Schulich); Music at Trinity Wall Street; Luna Pearl Woolf, composer; Blanton Alspaugh, producer
Nick Squire (MMus '08), producer; Mark Stone, baritone; Christianne Stotijn, mezzo-soprano; Kirill Gerstein, piano; Boston Symphony Orchestra; Thomas Adès, conductor