The Metropole Orchestra did Sunday night, a Grammy Award for the song All Night Long from the album Djesse Full. 1, with the British multi-instrumentalist Jacob Collier, and a-capella Take 6. The orchestra of light music and has won the award in the category of best arrangement.
The Dutch Metropole Orchestra has been in existence a total of twenty times, was nominated for a Grammy Award. Sunday was the fourth time that the orchestra is a Grammy award winner.
Artistic director Jan Geert Vierkant, the Metropole Orchestra is proud to present the earnings of the orchestra, under the direction of conductor Jules Buckley. “It’s a recognition of the impact that we have on an international level and is a recognition of our position as the world’s ambassador of the Netherlands in the cultural sector. It is evident that the musicians as Jacob Collier to see that the Metropole Orchestra is unique and should be cherished,” according to Square.
Since its inception in 1945, has worked with the orchestra on more than 150 albums and wrote thousands and thousands of packages. There were collaborations with, among others, Ella Fitzgerald, Dizzy Gillespie, Pat Metheny, and Bono.
Congrats Best Arrangement, Instruments and Vocals winner – “All Night Long” @jacobcollier, arranger (@julesbuckley, @Take6official and @MetropoleOrkest) #GRAMMYs
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Kerstnummer Caro Emerald and the Metropole Orchestra