Sangeeta Kaur Earns First Grammy Nomination For Best Classical Solo Vocal Album

Critically acclaimed vocalist Sangeeta Kaur has earned the first Grammy Nomination of her career for Best Classical Solo Vocal Album for her work on Danaë Xanthe Vlasse’s new album, Mythologies. Her nomination marks the first time ever that a female Vietnamese American was nominated for a Grammy Award in that category. Kaur will be attending the Grammy Award ceremony this weekend with Vlasse as well as Hila Plitmann who is also featured on the album.

In addition, Kaur is featured on rock legend Stewart Copleand (The Police) and Indian composer Ricky Kej’s new album Divine Tides, which earned a Grammy Nomination for Best New Age Album.

“Recording Mythologies was such a special experience. Danaë and Hila are both dear to my heart. This great achievement and honor of a nomination was born from an endless celebration of love, friendship and divine creativity,” said Sangeeta Kaur. “In addition, it is a great honor to be a part of the Grammy Nominated album Divine Tides by Stewart Copeland and Ricky Kej. Their music is truly beautiful and inspiring, and I hope that it reaches many.”