Giancarlo Guerrero, Nashville Symphony celebrate GRAMMY Win, Announce release of Wind Concertos Album February 9

Giancarlo Guerrero, Nashville Symphony
Rebecca Davis Public Relations

Giancarlo Guerrero and the Nashville Symphony Celebrate a GRAMMY Win for their Naxos recording of Jennifer Higdon's All Things Majestic as they Announce the Release of Their Latest Album of World Premiere Recordings of Contemporary Masters

Featuring three of the orchestra’s principal musicians, new recording out February 9 includes Wind Concertos by Behzad Ranjbaran, Frank Ticheli and Brad Warnaar

“Both onstage and on disc the [Nashville Symphony] has developed a considerable reputation for specializing in American music, appropriate to a stellar representative of America’s self-proclaimed Music City.” – The New York Times

As they celebrate their latest GRAMMY® win for Best Classical Compendium for their Naxos recording of Jennifer Higdon's All Things Majestic, the Nashville Symphony and Giancarlo Guerrero announce the release of their latest Naxos recording, which continues to advance the Symphony’s mission to promote contemporary American orchestral music. On February 9th, 2018, Naxos will release world premiere recordings of three concertos for wind instruments, each featuring Nashville Symphony principal players. The new album highlights the work of three very distinct composers: Arts & Letters Award recipient Frank Ticheli’s Clarinet Concerto, featuring James Zimmermann; Los Angeles-based film composer and orchestrator Brad Warnaar’s Horn Concerto, featuring Leslie Norton; and Iranian-born Behzad Ranjbaran’s Flute Concerto, featuring Érik Gratton.

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