Bill Evans' Grammy Awards
following are the GRAMMY® awards won by Bill Evans for his recording achievements.
The Grammys® are awarded annually by NARAS - the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (USA)
"CONVERSATIONS WITH MYSELF" (Verve)
BEST INSTRUMENTAL JAZZ
"AT MONTREUX JAZZ FESTIVAL" (Verve)
INSTRUMENTAL JAZZ PERFORMANCE -
BEST JAZZ PERFORMANCE, SMALL GROUP
OR SOLOIST WITH SMALL GROUP
"THE BILL EVANS ALBUM" (Columbia-Sony/BMG)
BEST JAZZ PERFORMANCE
BY A SOLOIST
1980: (pothumous award)
"I WILL SAY GOODBYE" (Warner Bros.)
BEST JAZZ INSTRUMENTAL PERFORMANCE, SOLOIST
"WE WILL MEET AGAIN" (Warner Bros.)
BEST JAZZ INSTRUMENTAL PERFORMANCE, GROUP
In addition, Bill Evans was nominated for a Grammy® award thirty-one times.
On March 1, 1994, Bill Evans was pothumously
awarded The "Lifetime Achievement Award" by NARAS/ This
award also went to singer Aretha Franklin and classical pianist Arthur
Rubinstein that year. The award citation read as follows:
In 1983, the Grammy for BEST ALBUM NOTES went to Orrin
Keepnews, long-time friend and producer for Evans' Riverside albums,
for THE "INTERPLAY" SESSIONS on Milestone Records.
was culled from the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences [NARA]
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