The Louisville Orchestra Receives Grammy Nomination for Best Classical Instrumental Solo

The Louisville Orchestra is thrilled to announce their nomination for Best Classical Instrumental Solo at the 2024 GRAMMY Awards. The prestigious nomination recognizes their outstanding performance in “The American Project” alongside world-renowned pianist Yuja Wang and conductor Teddy Abrams.

The 66th GRAMMY Awards, also known as the 2024 GRAMMYs, will be held on Sunday, Feb. 4, at the esteemed Arena in Los Angeles. Music enthusiasts around the world can tune in to the live broadcast on the CBS Television Network from 8:00-11:30 PM, ET, or stream it on Paramount+.

The Louisville Orchestra’s remarkable collaboration with Yuja Wang and Teddy Abrams has garnered critical acclaim and now stands as a testament to their exceptional talent and dedication. Their performance in “The American Project” has captivated audiences with its innovative approach and breathtaking artistry.

Final Round Voting for the 2024 GRAMMYs will take place from Dec. 14, 2023, to Jan. 4, 2024. The winners will be announced during Music’s Biggest Night on Feb. 4, adding an extra layer of excitement to the event. The Louisville Orchestra, along with Yuja Wang and Teddy Abrams, eagerly awaits the final results, hoping to bring home the coveted award.

As one of the oldest continuously performing orchestras in the United States, the Louisville Orchestra has a rich history of pushing boundaries and embracing new musical frontiers. This Grammy nomination is a testament to their unwavering commitment to artistic excellence and their ability to captivate audiences with their exceptional performances.

“We are incredibly honored to be nominated for Best Classical Instrumental Solo at the 2024 GRAMMY Awards,” said Teddy Abrams, conductor of the Louisville Orchestra. “This nomination is a testament to the hard work and dedication of our talented musicians, as well as the incredible collaboration with Yuja Wang. We are grateful for the recognition and excited to represent the Louisville Orchestra on such a prestigious platform.”

The Louisville Orchestra continues to inspire and engage audiences through their innovative programming and world-class performances. This Grammy nomination further solidifies their position as a leading force in the classical music industry.

How Can You Help?
We invite you to participate in this exciting journey by supporting the Louisville Orchestra. If you are a Voting Member of the Recording Academy, you have the privilege of casting your vote for the GRAMMY winners. If you are not a Voting Member of the Recording Academy, we encourage you to listen to the album and share your enthusiasm online to show your support!

We are immensely proud of this nomination and grateful for the talent and dedication of our Orchestra, Teddy, and Yuja. Let’s come together to celebrate this achievement and, with your support, turn this nomination into a well-deserved GRAMMY win!

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How To Vote (If you are a Voting Member of the Recording Academy):
1. Visit the official GRAMMY Awards website
2. Log in to your Recording Academy account
3. Navigate to the voting section and vote for the Louisville Orchestra in the relevant categories: 81) Producer Of The Year, Classical &  91) Best Classical Instrumental Solo
4. Note the deadline: The voting period is open from Thursday, Dec. 14, 2023, through Thursday, Jan. 4, 2024. Be sure to vote before the deadline to ensure your support counts!