Echo Klassik

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The Echo Klassik, often stylized as ECHO Klassik, is Germany's major classical music award in 26 nominations.[1] The award is held annually, usually in October or September, separate from its parent award, the Echo.

Ceremonies[edit]

# Ceremony Date Female Singer of the Year Male Singer of the Year Conductor of the Year Host(s) Venue
1 1994 Echo Klassik Awards 1994 Semperoper, Dresden
2 1995 Echo Klassik Awards 1995
3 1996 Echo Klassik Awards 1996 Semperoper, Dresden
4 1997 Echo Klassik Awards 1997
5 1998 Echo Klassik Awards October 25, 1998 Ingo Metzmacher[2]
6 1999 Echo Klassik Awards 1999
7 2000 Echo Klassik Awards 2000
8 2001 Echo Klassik Awards 2001
9 2002 Echo Klassik Awards 2002 Angela Gheorghiu Marcelo Álvarez Claudio Abbado
10 2003 Echo Klassik Awards 2003 Vesselina Kasarova Salvatore Licitra Simon Rattle
12 2004 Echo Klassik Awards 2004 Anna Netrebko Thomas Quasthoff Gasteig, Munich
13 2005 Echo Klassik Awards 2005 Anna Netrebko Rolando Villazón Gasteig, Munich
14 2006 Echo Klassik Awards 2006 Cecilia Bartoli Bryn Terfel Daniel Barenboim Gasteig, Munich
15 2007 Echo Klassik Awards 2007 Elīna Garanča Simon Keenlyside Mariss Jansons Gasteig, Munich
16 2008 Echo Klassik Awards 2008 Cecilia Bartoli Philippe Jaroussky Michael Gielen Gasteig, Munich
17 2009 Echo Klassik Awards 2009 Elīna Garanča Christian Gerhaher Sylvain Cambreling Semperoper, Dresden
18 2010 Echo Klassik Awards 2010 Joyce DiDonato Jonas Kaufmann Paavo Järvi Thomas Gottschalk Saalbau Essen (de)[3]
19 2011 Echo Klassik Awards 2011 Simone Kermes Thomas Hampson Andris Nelsons Thomas Gottschalk Saalbau Essen
20 2012 Echo Klassik Awards October 14, 2012 Renée Fleming Poèmes Klaus Florian Vogt Helden Riccardo Chailly Beethoven Symphonies Nina Eichinger and Rolando Villazón Konzerthaus Berlin
21 2013 Echo Klassik Awards October 6, 2013 Joyce DiDonato Drama Queens Jonas Kaufmann Wagner Esa-Pekka Salonen Lutosławski: The Symphonies Nina Eichinger and Rolando Villazón Konzerthaus Berlin
22 2014 Echo Klassik Awards October 26, 2014 Anna Netrebko Piotr Beczała Yannick Nézet-Séguin Nina Eichinger and Rolando Villazón Gasteig, Munich
23 2015 Echo Klassik Awards October 18, 2015 Joyce DiDonato Jonas Kaufmann David Zinman Nina Eichinger and Rolando Villazón Konzerthaus Berlin
24 2016 Echo Klassik Awards October 9, 2016 Anna Netrebko Philippe Jaroussky Antonio Pappano Thomas Gottschalk Konzerthaus Berlin
25 2017 Echo Klassik Awards October 29, 2017 Thomas Gottschalk Elbphilharmonie Hamburg

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Echo Klassik". Echoklassik.de. Retrieved 2012-12-24. 
  2. ^ "MusikWoche News – Echo Klassik 1998 und ein Sonderpreis für Loriot" (in German). Mediabiz.de. 1998-09-25. Retrieved 2012-12-24. 
  3. ^ "Echo Klassik: ECHO Klassik-Preisträger 2010". Echoklassik.de. 2010-07-20. Retrieved 2012-12-24.