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Tenors Ben Heppner and Michael Schade are both winners of 2002 Grammy Awards. (Competitions and Awards).

Tenors Ben Heppner and Michael Schade are both winners of 2002 Grammy Awards. Heppner's recording of Berlioz's Los Troyens, with the London Symphony Orchestra conducted by Sir Colin Davis, won for Best Opera Recording as well as Best Overall Classical Recording. Schade's recording of Bach's St. Matthew Passion, with Nikolaus Harnoncourt and the Concentus Musicus Wien, received a Grammy for Best Choral Performance. In addition, Airs francais, Heppner's solo disc of French opera arias, won a Juno award for Best Classical Album: Vocal or Choral Performance. The award for Best Children's Recording went to A Classical Kid's Christmas, featuring soprano Mary Bella and tenor Michael Colvin.
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Author:So, Joseph
Publication:Opera Canada
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Geographic Code:1USA
Date:Jun 22, 2002
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