Dmitri Hvorostovsky is posthumously rewarded with the first International Professional Music Award BraVo. The granting ceremony took place yesterday in the Bolshoi Theatre in Moscow.
The ceremony was dedicated to Dmitri Hvorostovsky as “a tribute of respect and gratitude to the great singer who was known and loved all over the world.”
His parents - Alexander Stepanovich and Lyudmila Petrovna - received the statuette posthumously granted to the singer in the nomination “The best classic album of the year” for the last Dmitri’s record “Verdi. Rigoletto”.
The First International Professional Music Award BraVo has respectively 12 nominations in the field of popular music and 12 ones in the field of classical art, as well as special nominations of the organizers’ committee. Soprano singer Anna Netrebko, conductor Teodor Currentzis and many other famous artists were rewarded with the BraVo award.
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