Premios Gardel

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Premios Gardel a la Música (Gardel Awards)
Awarded forOutstanding achievements in the Argentine record industry market
CountryArgentina
Presented byCAPIF
First awarded1999 (1999)
WebsitePremios Gardel

The Premios Gardel a la Música (originally called Premios Carlos Gardel), or just Premios Gardel (in English, the Gardel Awards), is an award presented by the Argentine Chamber of Phonograms and Videograms Producers (CAPIF) to recognize the best of Argentine music and to award the talent of Argentine artists in a diversity of genres and categories.lo más destacado de la música nacional, premiando el talento de los artistas argentinos en diversos géneros y categorías.[1] The trophy depicts a sculpture of French Argentine tango singer Carlos Gardel, one of Argentina's music icons. The annual presentation ceremony features performances by prominent artists, and the presentation of awards that have more popular interest.

The honorees are chosen by a jury consisting of musicians, journalists and other members of the media, event producers, sound engineers, and personalities related to music.[1] The awards are the Argentine equivalent to the American Grammy Awards[2] and the British BRIT Awards. The Premios Gardel have been described as the "most important prize in the country's music business".[3]

History[edit]

After the ACE Awards (1992–1997) failed to become Argentina's standard music awards due to lack due to lack of support from the industry, the Gardel Awards appeared to take over that spot.[4]

The awards are named after Carlos Gardel, one of Argentina's earliest and most well-known popular music performers.[5] The awards were organized by CAPIF with the first ceremony held in 1999 for music released between June 1, 1997, and November 30, 1998.[5] The jury for the first awards comprised 500 members.[5]

In 2003, the voting committee was made "truly independent from the record companies, whose staffs can no longer vote," according to then-CAPIF executive director, Gabriel Salcedo.[3] The jury increased to 1,500 members, including artists, producers, and journalists of "every musical genre".[3] In the past, the Gardels were viewed as a "pat on the back" from the industry to its favorite, best-selling artists, but the revamped voting was viewed as giving transparency to the selection process and a new-found credibility to the awards themselves.[3]

Ceremonies[edit]

No. Year Date Gardel de Oro[6] Host(s) Venue Broadcast Ref.
1 1999 14 April Sandro Jorge Guinzburg Teatro Coliseo, Buenos Aires El Trece [7]
2 2000 24 April Mercedes Sosa Dady Brieva Teatro Gran Rex, Buenos Aires [8]
3 2001 31 March León Gieco Marcos Mundstock Luna Park Arena, Buenos Aires [9]
4 2002 16 April Charly García Roberto Pettinato Teatro Opera, Buenos Aires [10]
5 2003 17 March Luna Park Arena, Buenos Aires [11]
6 2004 31 March Babasónicos Teatro Gran Rex, Buenos Aires [12]
7 2005 13 April Bersuit Vergarabat Telefe [13]
8 2006 5 April Andrés Calamaro Manuel Wirzt and Hilda Lizarazu [14]
9 2007 17 April Gustavo Cerati Roberto Pettinato Luna Park Arena, Buenos Aires El Trece [15]
10 2008 26 March Andrés Calamaro Bebe Contemponi Teatro Gran Rex, Buenos Aires [16]
11 2009 22 July Luis Alberto Spinetta None[A] [17]
12 2010 4 November Gustavo Cerati None[B] [18]
13 2011 30 November Divididos None[C] [19]
14 2012 8 November Escalandrum Soledad and Bahiano Usina del Arte, Buenos Aires CM [20]
15 2013 21 August Abel Pintos Deborah de Corral and Mex Urtizberea Teatro Opera, Buenos Aires C5N [21]
16 2014 4 September Roberto Pettinato and Sandra Mihanovich Teatro Gran Rex, Buenos Aires [22]
17 2015 2 June Axel Roberto Pettinato and Catarina Spinetta TN [23]
18 2016 7 June Luis Alberto Spinetta Lalo Mir [24]
19 2017 6 June Abel Pintos Lalo Mir and Maju Lozano [25]
20 2018 29 May Charly García Germán Paoloski Kirchner Cultural Centre, Buenos Aires TVP [26]
21 2019 14 May Marilina Bertoldi Iván de Pineda Ángel Bustelo Auditorium, Mendoza TNT [27]
22 2020 18 September David Lebón Ale Sergi and Natalie Perez None[D] [28]
23 2021 June TBA None[E]

Footnotes:

  1. ^ The 11th Annual Gardel Awards ceremony could not be held due to the 2009 swine flu pandemic. Winners were announced on the morning of 22 July 2009, with trophies being sent to them.
  2. ^ The 12th Annual Gardel Awards ceremony was not held. Winners were announced on 4 November 2010.
  3. ^ The 13th Annual Gardel Awards ceremony was not held. Winners were announced on 30 November 2011.
  4. ^ The 22nd Annual Gardel Awards ceremony was held virtually due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Ale Sergi and Natalie Perez hosted the event live from a studio in Buenos Aires, while winners, presenters and performers were shown from their homes or recording studios.
  5. ^ The 23dd Annual Gardel Awards ceremony will be held virtually due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Categories[edit]

The Gardel Awards are awarded in a series of categories, each of which isolate a specific contribution to the recording industry. The standard awards list nominees in each category from which a winner is selected. Twenty-four Gardel Awards were awarded in the first award ceremony, but the number of awards has grown and fluctuated over time as new categories are added and some older ones removed.[5] As of 2021, the number of cateogories is forty-one.[29]

General Field[edit]

The General Field are standard awards for musical works which do not restrict nominees by genre or some other criterion:

  • Album of the Year is awarded to the performer(s) of a full vocal or instrumental album. The winner of this category receives the Gardel de Oro Award, a golden version of the trophy and the Awards' greatest distinction.
  • Song of the Year is awarded to the performer(s), songwriter(s) and composer(s) of the song.
  • Record of the Year is awarded to the performer(s), producer(s) and recording engineer(s) of a full album. Formerly known as Production of the Year, it also allows songs to be nominated since 2020.
  • Best New Artist is awarded to the performer of a full album or song who has not released more than two albums or twenty songs. From 2007 to 2018 (except in 2010), the category was replaced genre-specific versions for pop, rock, tango, folklore, tropical and cuarteto.
  • Collaboration of the Year is awarded to the performers, songwriter(s) and composer(s) of the song. It is awarded since 2020.

Winners[edit]

No. Year Album of the Year
(Gardel de Oro)[a]
Song of the Year Record of the Year[b] Best New Artist(s)[c] Ref.
1 1999 Al Despertar
(Mercedes Sosa)
"Volver a empezar"
(Alejandro Lerner)
Volver a Empezar
(Alejandro Lerner)
Marcela Morelo [4]
2 2000 Signos
(Los Nocheros)
"Campeones de la Vida"
(Alejandro Lerner)
La Marcha del Golazo Solitario
(Los Fabulosos Cadillacs)
Laura Miller [8]
3 2001 Narigón del Siglo
(Divididos)
"Soy Cordobés"
(Rodrigo)
Narigón del Siglo
(Divididos)
Roxana Carabajal [9]
4 2002 Un Mundo Diferente
(Diego Torres)
"Shima Uta"
(Alfredo Casero)
Casaerius
(Alfredo Casero)
Alfredo Casero [30]
5 2003 Influencia
(Charly García)
"Tu Vicio"
(Charly García)
Influencia
(Charly García)
Mambrú [31]
6 2004 Infame
(Babasónicos)
"Irresponsables"
(Babasónicos)
Infame
(Babasónicos)
Emme [12]
7 2005 La Argentinidad al Palo
(Bersuit Vergarabat)
"Los Caminos de la Vida"
(Vicentico)
MTV Unplugged
(Diego Torres)
Juana Molina [32]
8 2006 El Regreso (album)
(Andrés Calamaro)
"El Ángel de la Bicicleta"
(León Gieco)
Café de los Maestros Vol. 1 y 2
(Gustavo Santaolalla)
Migue García [33]
9 2007 Ahí vamos
(Gustavo Cerati)
"Crimen"
(Gustavo Cerati)
Ahí vamos
(Gustavo Cerati)
David Bolzoni (Pop)
Rubén Rada (Rock)
El Chinito (Folklore)
Javier Calamaro (Tango)
Pepe el Cubano (Cuarteto/Tropical)
[34]
10 2008 La Lengua Popular
(Andrés Calamaro)
"5 Minutos Más"
(Andrés Calamaro)
Laberintos entre aristas y dialectos
(Catupecu Machu)
Ella Es Tan Cargosa (Pop)
Mole (Rock)
Juan Falú (Folklore)
Soledad Villamil (Tango)
Ibrahim Ferrer, Jr. (Cuarteto/Tropical)
[35]
11 2009 Un mañana
(Luis Alberto Spinetta)
"Mi elemento"
(Luis Alberto Spinetta)
Quebrado
(Pedro Aznar)
Romina Vitale (Pop)
Sponsors (Rock)
Aymama (Folklore)
Rita Cortese (Tango)
18 Kilates (Cuarteto/Tropical)
[17]
12 2010 Fuerza natural
(Gustavo Cerati)
"Déjà vu"
(Gustavo Cerati)
Fuerza natural
(Gustavo Cerati)
De Bueyes [18]
13 2011 Amapola del 66
(Divididos)
"Sólo Un Momento"
(Vicentico)
Amapola del 66
(Divididos)
Tan Biónica (Pop)
Jauría (Rock)
Javier Acuña (Folklore)
Orquesta Típica el Arrastre (Tango)
Banda Express (Cuarteto/Tropical)
[36]
14 2012 Piazzolla Plays Piazzolla
(Escalandrum)
"Paisaje"
(Vicentico)
Piazzolla Plays Piazzolla
(Escalandrum)
Deborah de Corral (Pop)
Baltasar Comotto (Rock)
Nadia Szachniuk & Eva Sola (Folklore)
La Fábrica de Tangos (Tango)
Antonella (Tropical)
La banda al rojo vivo (Cuarteto)
[20]
15 2013 Sueño Dorado
(Abel Pintos)
"Sueño Dorado"
(Abel Pintos)
Chances
(Illya Kuryaki and the Valderramas)
Rosario Ortega (Pop)
Maturana (Rock)
Florencia Dávalos (Folklore)
Amelita Baltar (Tango)
Nico Mattioli y La Banda del León (Tropical)
[21]
16 2014 Abel
(Abel Pintos)
"Aquí Te Espero"
(Abel Pintos)
Abel
(Abel Pintos)
Indios (Pop)
Sandra Vazquez & Bueytrio Band (Rock)
Gauchos (Folklore)
Sandra Márquez (Tango)
[37]
17 2015 Tus Ojos, Mis Ojos
(Axel)
"Afinidad"
(Axel)
Tus Ojos, Mis Ojos
(Axel)
Lali (Pop)
Octafonic (Rock)
Quinteto Bataraz (Folklore)
Pablo Estigarribia (Tango)
[38]
18 2016 Los Amigo
(Luis Alberto Spinetta)
"Antes y Después"
(Ciro y los Persas)
Único
(Abel Pintos)
Julieta Rada (Pop)
Nicolás Bereciartua (Rock)
Nahuel Pennisi (Folklore)
Orquesta de Tango de la UNA (Tango)
[39]
19 2017 11
(Abel Pintos)
"Cómo Te Extraño"
(Abel Pintos)
Barro y Fauna
(Eruca Sativa)
Benjamín Amadeo (Pop)
Las Diferencias (Rock)
Jorge Vázquez (Tango)
Eugenia Quevedo (Tropical)
[40]
20 2018 Random
(Charly García)
"Aire"
(Axel)
Random
(Charly García)
J Mena (Pop)
Huevo (Rock)
Florencia Paz (Folklore)
Carolina Minella (Tango)
Karen Britos (Tropical)
[41]
21 2019 Prender Un Fuego
(Marilina Bertoldi)
"Sin Querer Queriendo"
(Lali featuring Mau y Ricky)
Studio 2
(Escalandrum)
Destino San Javier [42]
22 2020 Lebón & Co.
(David Lebón)
"Canguro"
(Wos)
Lebón & Co.
(David Lebón)
Wos [43]

Footnotes:

  1. ^ The Album of the Year and Gardel de Oro were different categories until they were merged in 2003. Since then, winning the Album of the Year award is equivalent to winning the Gardel de Oro award.
  2. ^ Formerly known as Production of the Year.
  3. ^ In the years 2007-2009 and 2011-2018, specific genre categories were introduced for the Best New Artist award. However, they were re-merged into a single category starting from the 2019 ceremony.

Genre-specific categories[edit]

As of the 2021 ceremony, there are 41 categories, including the General Field.

Pop

  • Best Pop Album (since 2020)
  • Best Pop Group Album

Rock

  • Best Rock Album (1999–2001, 2003–2005, 2017–2016, 2020–)
  • Best Rock Group Album
  • Best Hard Rock/Punk Album (since 2014)

Dance/Electronic

  • Best Electronic Music Album (since 2018)

Folk

  • Best Folklore Album (1999, 2020–)
  • Best Folklore Group Album (since 2000)
  • Best Chamamé Album (since 2015)

Tango

  • Best Tango Album (1999–2001, 2003, 2020–)
  • Best Instrumental Tango Orchestra Album (2000–2003, 2005–)

Alternative

  • Best Alternative Pop Album (since 2019)
  • Best Alternative Rock Album (since 2019)
  • Best Alternative Folklore Album (since 2008)

Tropical/Cuarteto

  • Best Tropical Album (2004–2006, 2020–)
  • Best Tropical Group Album (2003–2010, 2012–)
  • Best Cuarteto Album (2003–2009, 2012–)
  • Best Cuarteto Group Album (2012–)

Romantic/Melodic

  • Best Romantic/Melodic Album (since 2003)

Classical

  • Best Classical Album (since 2001)

Jazz

  • Best Jazz Album (since 2003)

Instrumental/Fusion/World Music

  • Best Instrumental/Fusion/World Music Album (since 2010)

Urban/Reggae

  • Best Urban/Trap Song or Album (since 2019)
  • Best Urban/Trap Collaboration (since 2019)
  • Best Reggae/Ska Album (since 2019)

Live

  • Best Live Album (since 2020)

Singer-Songwriting

  • Best Singer-Songwriting Album (since 2004)

Children

  • Best Children's Album

Music for Visual Media

  • Best Cinema/Television Soundtrack Album (since 2007)

Historical

  • Best Catalog Collection Album (since 2007)

Archival Concept

  • Best Archival Concept Album (since 2008)

Producer

  • Producer of the Year (1999–2004, 2020–)

Recording Engineer

  • Best Recording Engineering (since 2005)

Cover Design

  • Best Cover Design (since 2000)

Music Video/Film

  • Best Music Video (1999, 2001–)
  • Best DVD (since 2005)

No longer awarded[edit]

Pop

  • Best Female Pop Album (1999–2019)
  • Best Male Pop Album (1999–2019)
  • Best New Pop Artist (2007–2009, 2011–2018)

Rock

  • Best Female Rock Album (2002, 2006, 2017–2019)
  • Best Male Rock Album (2002, 2006, 2017–2019)
  • Best New Rock Artist (2007–2009, 2011–2018)

Dance/Electronic

  • Best Dance/Electronic Album (2003–2007)
  • Best Electronic Tango Album (2008–2009)
  • Best Remix Album (2008–2009)

Folk

  • Best Female Folklore Album (2000–2019)
  • Best Male Folklore Album (2000–2019)
  • Best New Folklore Artist (2007–2009, 2011–2016, 2018)
  • Best Nuevas Formas Folklore Album (2004–2006)

Tango

  • Best Female Tango Album (2002, 2004–2019)
  • Best Male Tango Album (2002, 2004–2019)
  • Best New Rock Artist (2007–2009, 2011–2018)
  • Best Nuevas Formas Tango Album (2004–2006)

Alternative

  • Best Alternative Rock/Pop Album (2009–2018)
  • Best Alternative Tango Album (2011–2017)

Urban/Reggae

  • Best Urban/Reggae Album (2012–2018)

Instrumental/Fusion/World Music

  • Best Instrumental/Fusion Album (in 2009 only)
  • Best Instrumental Album (2007–2008)

Tropical/Cuarteto

  • Best Female Tropical Album (2001–2003, 2007–2010, 2012–2019)
  • Best Male Tropical Album (2001–2003, 2007–2010, 2012–2019)
  • Best New Tropical Artist (2002–2003, 2007–2009)
  • Best New Cuarteto Artist (in 2012 only)
  • Best New Tropical/Cuarteto Artist (2006–2009, 2011)
  • Best Female Tropical/Cuarteto Album (in 2011 only)
  • Best Male Tropical/Cuarteto Album (in 2011 only)
  • Best Tropical/Cuarteto Group Album (in 2011 only)
  • Best Tropical/Bailanta Album (in 1999 only)
  • Best Female Tropical/Bailanta Album (in 2000 only)
  • Best Male Tropical/Bailanta Album (in 2000 only)
  • Best Tropical/Bailanta Group Album (1999–2000)

Christian music

  • Best Christian Album (2008–2012)

Performance

  • Performance of the Year (2006–2007)

Adult Contemporary

  • Best Adult Contemporary Artist or Group (2002–2003)

Latin

  • Latin Album of the Year (1999–2002)
  • Best Female Latin Album (1999–2002)
  • Best Male Latin Album (1999–2002)
  • Best Latin Pop Group Album (1999–2002)
  • Best Latin RockGroup Album (1999–2002)
  • Best New Latin Artist (1999–2002)
  • Best Mercosur Artist Album (in 1999 only)

Music Video/Film

  • Best Music Video Director (1999–2000)

Voting process[edit]

The voting process begins every year with media companies entering albums, songs and music videos for consideration. Entries are made online. Once the postulation date expires and all entries have been registered in the differed categories, CAPIF summons the Revision Committees, work groups cosisting of journalists, producers, musicians and specialist that revise the entries to revise that the entries have been registered in the right category according to its music genre and particular characteristics. Once it has been revised, the selection of nominees begins.

For selecting the nominees, CAPIF informs the jury of the Gardel Awards that the first stage of the voting process is open for each category. Members of the jury can access online to the audio and video contents that habe been submitted for nomination and choose those that consider should be nominated. Once this stage of the voting process finishes, CAPIF publishes the official list of nominees.

After the list of nominees has been defined, the voting members must select one winner for each category. This is also made online. Lastly, CAPIF informs the winners in the pre-telecast ceremony and the official awards show ceremony.[44]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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