"Thème russe" by the Eliot Quartett nominated for the German Record Critics' Award
1.10.2021: The Eliot Quartett has been nominated for the German Record Critics' Prize for its CD Thème russe, released in September.
The Eliot Quartett has already been showered with prizes, including awards at the German Music Competition, the Mozart Competition in Salzburg, and the Melbourne Competition.
The nominated CD "Thème russe"
Its new GENUIN CD presents two milestones of the string quartet repertoire: Ludwig van Beethoven's Razumovsky Quartet, Op. 59 no. 1, and Sergei Prokofiev's thrilling Second Quartet. Both works deal with East European folklore, and the four musicians bring out their melodic colors and rhythmic peculiarities with great accuracy and homogeneity of sound.
The German Record Critics' Award
The German Record Critics' Award is an independent association of German-language critics. The award is sponsored by the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media and by the Gesellschaft zur Verwertung von Leistungsschutzrechten GVL.
The nominations will be published in the longlist, the selection of the best of these CDs will be announced on November 15.
We keep our fingers crossed!
Find the CD "Thème russe" here
The longlist 4/2021 of the German Record Critics' Award can be found here