From R&B to jazz to roots to gospel to classical to album of the year, Steinway Artists are well represented at the 64th Grammy Awards — held Sunday April 3 at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas. We wish all our Steinway Artists the best of luck!
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Steinway Artist Jon Batiste leads all Grammy nominees with 11 nominations. This is unprecedented since Michael Jackson was nominated for a dozen Grammys in 1983. Batiste has nominations in six different fields (outside of the general field): R&B, jazz, American roots, music for visual media, classical, and music video/film. Batiste is nominated for record of the year, album of the year, best traditional R&B performance, best R&B album, best improvised jazz solo, best jazz instrumental album, best American roots performance, best American roots song, best score soundtrack for visual media, best contemporary classical composition, and best music video.
Steinway Artist Grammy nonminations also include (pictured above) Chucho Valdés for best Latin jazz album, Sunwook Kim for best album notes, Robert Glasper for best progressive R&B, Harry Connick, Jr. for best roots gospel album, Kris Bowers for best score soundtrack for visual media, and Arturo O'Farrill for best Latin jazz album. See full details below.
Steinway & Sons is proud of all the Grammy–nominated Steinway Artists. We wish them all the best — at the 64th Annual Grammy Awards and beyond!