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Fighting for Fryderyks
April 7, 2010   
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This year's Fryderyk 2010 music competition awards gala will be held in Warsaw on April 19. The nominees for Poland's main music awards include Katarzyna Nosowska and Hey, Tomasz Lipnicki and Lipali, and Behemoth.
Nosowska and her band Hey have the most nominations. Major figures on Poland's rock and alternative music scene for years, these artists were nominated in the Best Writer, Best Composer, Best Female Vocalist, Best Band, Best Rock Album and Best Song categories. In addition, their work received two nominations for Best Music Production (producers: Marcin Bors and Paweł Krawczyk), another for Best Music Video (director: Michał Braum) and one for Special Publication - Best Graphic Design (graphic design: Maciej Moru¶).
The Fryderyk 2010 awards ceremony will take place at the Polski Theater (pop music) and the Salesian Fathers' Basilica (classical music and jazz).
This year the Phonographic Academy, which acts as the jury in the competition, received over 800 submissions in all the categories. The contenders for the Fryderyk 2010 awards are 96 classical music albums, 42 jazz albums, 205 Polish pop music albums, 171 albums by foreign performers plus 143 singles and 120 music videos. A total of 63 artists are vying for the awards for best debuts in pop, classical music and jazz.
Nosowska, together with her Hey band, has already won 23 Fryderyks in the course of her music career.
The Fryderyk awards were first presented in 1995 at the Polski Theater in Warsaw. More information from the Polish Society of the Phonographic Industry, www.zpav.pl
April 19, Polski Theater, 2 Karasia St.
Salesian Fathers' Basilica,
53 Kawęczyńska St.
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