Royal Phiharmonic Society Awards 2020 shortlist announced

The RPS Award shortlist has been announced this evening. It’s a compelling list – a signpost or spotlight for those creative endeavours and individuals that tell a vibrant story of the classical music scene. The shortlist is included below. The winners are announced on Wednesday 18 November at 7pm on the RPS website.

Listen to RPS Chief Exec James Murphy on the Thoroughly Good Classical Music Podcast discussing this years awards shortlist.

AwardShortlist
Chamber-Scale Composition supported by Boosey & Hawkes in memory of Tony FellLiza Lim – Extinction Events and Dawn Chorus
Naomi Pinnock – I am, I am
Raymond Yiu – Corner of a Foreign Field  
Concert Series and Events supported by PRS for MusicBeethoven Weekender – Barbican
Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival
Ryedale Festival
Venus Unwrapped – Kings Place
Conductor supported by BBC Music MagazineDalia Stasevska
Jonathon Heyward
Martyn Brabbins
Ensemble supported by Schott MusicCity of London Sinfonia
Manchester Collective
Scottish Ensemble
Impact supported by ABRSM (Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music)Across The Sky – Cheltenham Music Festival
RPO STROKESTRA
Sound Young Minds – City of London Sinfonia
The Lullaby Project – The Irene Taylor Trust
Instrumentalist supported by ISM (Incorporated Society of Musicians)Lawrence Power – viola
Sean Shibe – guitar
Yuja Wang – piano
Large-Scale Composition supported by the Boltini TrustDavid Sawer – How Among the Frozen Words
Errollyn Wallen – This Frame is Part of the Painting
Frank Denyer – The Fish that Became the Sun (Songs of the Dispossessed)
Oliver Vibrans – More Up
Opera and Music Theatre supported by Sir Simon and Victoria, Lady Robey OBEOpera Holland Park
Nixon in China – Scottish Opera
The Turn of the Screw – Garsington Opera
SingerLise Davidsen – soprano
Natalya Romaniw – soprano
Nicky Spence – tenor
Storytelling‘Bright Stars Shone for Us’ by Tama Matheson
Our Classical Century – BBC Radio 3
‘Rough Ideas’ by Stephen Hough
Young Artists12 Ensemble
Sheku Kanneh-Mason – cello
Timothy Ridout – viola

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