Russian pianist Trifonov had won a "Grammy"
Russian pianist Daniil Trifonov was awarded the recording Academy, the US "Grammy" in the category " best instrumental solo ", said the organizers of the competition.
Announcement of Winners the 60th anniversary Grammy awards held on Sunday.
Daniil Trifonov, who in March turns 27 years old, is already a winner of numerous competitions and awards. The Grammy he won for the album Transcendental. In this category the Award also claimed the American pianist Murray Peraia, the Briton Stephen Isserlis, Swedish musician Maria Lettberg and German violinist Frank Peter Zimmerman. In the category " best Opera recording ", was represented by soloists of Mariinsky theatre Andrey Serov and Vladimir Felyauer and Aida Garifullina for the performance of Rimsky-Korsakov's "Golden Cockerel" conducted by Valery Gergiev, but won the artists of the Opera of Berg's Wozzeck under the control of the Austrian conductor Hans Graf.
Laureates in the field of classical, jazz, Latin music, and technical categories traditionally called a couple of hours before the concert on the occasion of awarding the " Grammy ", this year it takes place in new York.
The award " Grammy ", which is considered one of the most prestigious, the world's most sought after music was established and is awarded by the Academy of recording USA, more than 13 thousand of whose members voted for the winners on the Internet. To qualify for Grammy have the ability to record, published from 1 October 2016 to 30 September 2017.