Japan’s Mihoko Fujimura, Eru Matsumoto win classical album Grammys
13:57 JST, April 4, 2022
LOS ANGELES — Two Japanese classical musicians won Grammys at the 64th Grammy Awards in Las Vegas on Sunday night.
Mezzo-soprano Mihoko Fujimura was recognized for her solo work on Mahler’s Symphony No. 8 “Symphony Of A Thousand,” in the Best Choral Performance category.
Cellist Eru Matsumoto was rewarded for her contribution to “Mythologies,” in the Best Classical Solo Vocal Album category.
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