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Two Acclaimed Albums from WMG's Erato Label Featuring Today's Finest Francophone Musicians Chosen by BBC Music Magazine

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  • April 05, 2018
    Two Acclaimed Albums from WMG's Erato Label Featuring Today's Finest Francophone Musicians Chosen by BBC Music Magazine

    Pictured (L to R): Victor Orive-Martin, Alain Lanceron, Bertrand Chamayou, Melissa Lesnie, Robert Sobel (on Behalf of conductor John Nelson), Patrick Lemanski

    The BBC Music Magazine Awards took place today in a ceremony at Kings Place in London.

    In the Opera category, the winner is Berlioz's Les Troyens: the milestone 4CD opera recording on Warner Classics with an all-star cast headed by Joyce DiDonato, Marie-Nicole Lemieux, Michael Spyres and Marianne Crebassa, with the Orchestre Philharmonic de Strasbourg and maestro John Nelson.

    The Chamber Music Album of the Year award went to the critically-acclaimed Debussy Chamber Music album on Erato, featuring pianist Bertrand Chamayou, violinist Renaud Capuçon, cellist Edgar Moreau, Emmanuel Pahud (flute), Gérard Caussé (viola) and Marie-Pierre Langlamet (harp). Bertrand Chamayou accepted the trophy on behalf of his colleagues, and played Clair de lune solo at the ceremony to celebrate the Debussy centenary year.

    Congratulations to all this year's winners, who can be found in the May issue of BBC Music Magazine.

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Pictured (L to R): Victor Orive-Martin, Alain Lanceron, Bertrand Chamayou, Melissa Lesnie, Robert Sobel (on Behalf of conductor John Nelson), Patrick Lemanski

The BBC Music Magazine Awards took place today in a ceremony at Kings Place in London.

In the Opera category, the winner is Berlioz's Les Troyens: the milestone 4CD opera recording on Warner Classics with an all-star cast headed by Joyce DiDonato, Marie-Nicole Lemieux, Michael Spyres and Marianne Crebassa, with the Orchestre Philharmonic de Strasbourg and maestro John Nelson.

The Chamber Music Album of the Year award went to the critically-acclaimed Debussy Chamber Music album on Erato, featuring pianist Bertrand Chamayou, violinist Renaud Capuçon, cellist Edgar Moreau, Emmanuel Pahud (flute), Gérard Caussé (viola) and Marie-Pierre Langlamet (harp). Bertrand Chamayou accepted the trophy on behalf of his colleagues, and played Clair de lune solo at the ceremony to celebrate the Debussy centenary year.

Congratulations to all this year's winners, who can be found in the May issue of BBC Music Magazine.