'An American in Paris' Named National Finalist for American Prize in Instrumental Performance
We are thrilled to announce that 'An American in Paris,' the debut album of clarinetist Kristine Dizon in collaboration with pianist Lindsay Garritson, has been selected as a National Finalist for the prestigious American Prize in Instrumental Performance - professional division. Released in 2022 through The Modern Artist Project (TMAP), this remarkable album showcases the exceptional artistry and musical prowess of these two talented performers.
'An American in Paris' takes listeners on a captivating journey through the timeless beauty of classical music. Kristine Dizon's virtuosity and expressiveness on the clarinet, complemented by Lindsay Garritson's skillful pianism, create a truly immersive and emotive experience for the audience. The album demonstrates their deep musical connection and their commitment to bringing the compositions to life with utmost precision and passion.
The American Prize is a highly regarded national competition that recognizes and celebrates excellence in the performing arts. Being selected as a National Finalist is a testament to the outstanding quality of 'An American in Paris' and the exceptional talent of Kristine Dizon and Lindsay Garritson. It is a well-deserved recognition of their dedication and hard work.
Through The Modern Artist Project (TMAP), a renowned platform for innovative and boundary-pushing artistic endeavors, 'An American in Paris' was brought to life. TMAP has been instrumental in supporting and promoting groundbreaking works across various artistic disciplines, and this album stands as a testament to their commitment to fostering exceptional talent.
Their musical collaboration and artistry have resonated with audiences and critics alike, leaving an indelible mark on the classical music landscape.