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Aurel Awards

Aurel Awards
Awarded for Excellence in the music genre
Venue Various locations
Country Slovakia
Presented by IFPI Slovakia (SNS IFPI)
Preceded by Artmedia Awards (1998–2000)
Succeeded by ZAI Awards (2011–present)
First awarded 8 March 2002 (2002-03-08)
Last awarded 27 May 2008 (2008-05-27)
Network
Oficial website Aurel.sk

The Aurel Awards were a Slovak music accolade presented by Slovenská národná skupina Medzinárodnej federácie fonografického priemyslu (SNS IFPI) to recognize outstanding achievements in the industry for the preceding year in the region.

Contents

  • History 1
  • Categories 2
  • Ceremonies 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5

History

  • 1998–2000: Artmedia Awards held instead
  • 2001–2007: Aurel Awards
  • 2008–2010: Not held
  • 2011–present: ZAI Awards held instead

Categories

  • Male Singer
  • Female Singer
  • Band
  • New Artist
  • Album
  • Record
  • Song
  • Record Producer
  • Music Video
  • Instrumentalist
  • Cover Art
  • Alternative Music Artist • Held in 2005–2006.
  • Hard Rock/Heavy Metal Music Artist • Punk included. Held in 2005–2006.
  • Hip-Hop/Rap Music Artist • Held in 2005–2006.
  • World Music Artist • Traditional folk and ethno included. Held in 2005–2006.
  • Jazz/Bluess Music Artist • Held in 2005–2006.
  • Gospel Music Artist • Held in 2005–2006.
  • Contemporary Folk/Country Music Artist • Held in 2005–2006.
Special awards
  • Lifetime Achievement • Given for outstanding contributions to the industry, mainly for performing.

Ceremonies

The listed years are of official release, annual ceremonies were held the following year.

Chronological list of annual ceremonies of the Aurel and ZAI Awards, respectively, as held by
IFPI Slovakia (SNS IFPI) • Union of Authors and Performers (ZAI) • Music Fund Slovakia (HF) •
Year Name Date Venue Presenter(s) Producer(s) Broadcaster Ref
1998 Artmedia Awards
held instead
SNS
IFPI
ZAI HF [1]
1999 [2]
2000 [3]
2001 Aurel Awards 8 March 2002 Istropolis, BA[4] Forza[5] Markíza[5] [6]
2002 7 March 2003 [7]
2003 5 March 2004 [8]
2004 4 March 2005 [9]
2005 22 March 2006 Sports Hall, Žilina ZetMedia &[10] Petarda Production STV [11]
2006 18 April 2007[A] Ice Stadium, Martin [12]
2007 May 27, 2008 West Theater, BA Street Production Fun Rádio[B] [13]
2008 Not held [14]
2009 [15]
2010
2011 ZAI Awards
held instead
[16]
2012
2013 [17]
2014
Notes      Fri      Wed      Tue BA denotes Bratislava
  • A ^ The 6th season of the Aurels precedeed a genre awards ceremony, held Sunday, on 15 April 2007 at Malý Babylon, Bratislava.[18]
  • B ^ The final Aurels were transmitted live over the Internet only (with the streaming by local MeToo[19]) as well radio waves.[13][19]

References

  • Vološčuková, Denisa (18 January 2002). "Tučniak Aurel poctí muziku".  
  • Jaslovský, Marián (23 February 2006). "Aurel – vynovené hudobné ceny".  
  1. ^ Hladík, Dalibor (1 March 1999). "Štyri ceny Hudobnej akadémie skončili v rukách Richarda Müllera, Free Faces si po svoje neprišli".  
  2. ^ While the SITA's review from 28 February 2000 reports "Friday" (25 Feb) as the date of the 10th ceremony, the Duňák's report from 2 March, "Thursday" (24 Feb) instead:
    • SITA (28 February 2000). "Jožo Ráž sa vrátil (zatiaľ na obrazovke)".  
    • Duňák, Palo (2 March 2000). """Kto a koľko si toho odniesol zo "Slovenského Grammy 99.  
  3. ^ Vološčuková, Denisa (12 March 2001). "Slovenské Grammy – (čo) bude o rok?".  
  4. ^ For the venue for the year of 2003, see:
    • Bálik, Peter (19 February 2004). "IMT Smile či Jana Kirschner?".  
  5. ^ a b For the promoter and broadcaster for the years of 2001–2005, see:
    • "Prečo nemáme Grammy? Všetci to vraj vedia lepšie... > Porazila ich (ne)sledovanosť". Život (in Slovak). Ringier Axel Springer Slovakia. 18 July 2009. zivot.cas.sk. Retrieved 2015-04-14. V tom čase sa na trhu úspešne etabloval produk. dom Forza [...] Zrodila sa nová forma [...] Spolup. F a Markízy dostali diváci hudob. šou [...] 
  6. ^ SITA, fa, tm (9 March 2002). "Najviac ocenení Aurel získal Richard Müller".  
  7. ^ "Aurel 2002".  
  8. ^ Rehák, Oliver (8 March 2004). "Aurel 2002".  
  9. ^  
  10. ^ For the promoter for the years of 2005–2006, see:
    • Kvasnička, Matúš (19 April 2010). "Zabudnite na Aurela, slovenská IFPI končí".  
  11. ^ "Hlasovanie o cenách Aurel bude verejné".  
  12. ^ SITA (3 April 2007). "Hudobné ceny Aurel 2006 rozdajú 18. apríla v Martine".  
  13. ^ a b SITA (26 May 2008). "Ceny hudobnej akadémie Aurel rozdajú v utorok v divadle West".  
  14. ^ pan (25 March 2009). "Aurel nebude, zasiahla ho kríza".  
  15. ^ Kvasnička, Matúš (19 April 2010). "Zabudnite na Aurela, slovenská IFPI končí".  
  16. ^ For the venue for the year of 2011, use the SME–link.
    •  
    • TASR (26 April 2012). "Zväz autorov a interpretov odovzdal výročné ceny za rok 2011" (in Slovak). TASR. teraz.sk. Retrieved 2015-04-14. ZAI odovzdal dnes popoludní v BA výr. ceny za r. 2011. Na stretnutie, kt. možno naviaže na hudob. ocenenia Aurel, prišlo [...] 
  17. ^  
  18. ^  
  19. ^ a b Rehák, Oliver; Prokopčák, Tomáš (29 May 2008). Róbert Sedlák, Street Production, ed. "Aurel: V zlom čase a v zlej podobe > Diskusia > Mýty a pravda o Aurelovi 2007".  

External links

  • Aurel Awards (Official site)
  • Aurel Awards > 2001–2004 Winners (at Aurel.sk)
  • 1990–2000 (held ZAI Awards)
  • 2001 (at IFPI.sk)
  • 2002 (at IFPI.sk)
  • 2003 (at IFPI.sk)
  • 2004 (at IFPI.sk)
  • 2005 (at IFPI.sk)
  • 2006 (at IFPI.sk)
  • 2007 (at IFPI.sk)
  • 2008 (Not held)
  • 2009 (Not held)
  • 2010 (Not held)
  • 2011–present (held ZAI Awards)
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