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Atlanta Symphony Orchestra: Grammy Awards

Grammy Awards

The Atlanta Symphony Orchestra have won a total of 27 total Grammy Awards

1985 – Berlioz: Requiem (Shaw conducting; Telarc CD–80109)
• Best Classical Album
• Best Choral Performance
• Best Vocal Solo Performance, Classical – John Aler, Tenor
• Best Engineered Recording, Classical – Jack Renner, Engineer
 
1985 – Fauré: Suite from Pelléas and Mélisande (Telarc CD–80084)
• Best Orchestral Performance
 
1987 – Hindemith: When Lilacs Last in the Dooryard Bloom''d (Telarc CD–80132)
• Best Choral Performance

1987 – Fauré: Requiem / Duruflé: Requiem (Telarc CD–80135)
• Best Engineered Recording, Classical – Jack Renner, Engineer
 
1988 – Verdi: Requiem / Opera Choruses (Telarc CD–80152)
• Best Classical Album
• Best Choral Performance
• Best Engineered Recording, Classical – Jack Renner, Engineer
 
1988 – Rorem: String Symphony / Sunday Morning / Eagles (New World NW–353)
• Best Orchestral Performance (Robert Shaw and Louis Lane, conductors)
 
1989 – Britten: War Requiem (Telarc CD–80157)
• Best Choral Performance
• Best Engineered Recording, Classical – Jack Renner, Engineer
 
1990 – Walton: Belshazzar's Feast / Bernstein: Chichester Psalms / Bernstein: Missa brevis (Telarc
CD–80181)

• Best Choral Performance
 
1997 – Adams: Harmonium / Rachmaninov: The Bells (Telarc CD–80365)
• Best Choral Performance
 
1998 – Barber: Prayers of Kierkegaard / Bartók: Cantata profana / Vaughan Williams: Dona nobis
pacem (Telarc CD–80479)

• Best Classical Album
• Best Choral Performance
• Best Engineered Classical Recording – Jack Renner, Engineer
 
2002 – Vaughan Williams: A Sea Symphony (Telarc CD–80588)
• Best Classical Album
• Best Choral Performance
• Best Engineered Classical Recording – Michael Bishop, Engineer
 
2004 – Berlioz: Requiem (Spano conducting; Telarc CD–80627)
• Best Choral Performance
 
2004 – Higdon: Concerto for Orchestra / City Scape (Telarc CD–80620)
• Best Engineered Classical Recording – Jack Renner, Engineer

2006 – Golijov: Ainadamar (DG B0006429–02)
• Best Opera Recording
• Best New Classical Composition – Osvaldo Golijov, Composer

2009 – Adams: Transmigration (Telarc CD–80673)

• Best Surround Album – Michael Bishop, Engineer

2014 –  Vaughan Williams: Dona nobis pacem, Symphony No. 4, The Lark Ascending (ASO Media CD-1005)
• Best Engineered Classical Recording – Michael Bishop, Engineer