Judith nominated for an Opus Klassik Award
Judith has been nominated for her album Pour le tombeau de Claude Debussy to an Opus Klassik 2020 award, one of the most prestigious prizes given to classical music recordings worldwide. The album has been selected, together with others of recognised soloists and leading orchestras, in the category for live recordings.
Edited in 2019, Pour le tombeau de Claude Debussy is a tribute to one of the composers who is an absolute reference to the pianist, and in which she portrays the figure of Debussy through his bonds with Falla, Liszt, Chopin and Mompou. The album, with which Judith began her collaboration with the German record label ARS Producktion, was recorded live in Vienna in October 2018 during her recital in the “Imperial in Concert” series organized by the historic piano manufacturer Bösendorfer. It was Judith’s first live recording and the fifth album of her career.
The Opus Klassik awards are Germany’s most important classical music awards. An expert jury made up of representatives from the musical industry and media will select the winners amongst nominees in over 25 categories. These will be announced in Autumn 2020 and the awards presented on October 18th at Konzerthaus Berlin.
The nomination is a valuable and well-deserved recognition to her career to date.