Beyoncé broke the all-time Grammy record this weekend, an honor formerly held by a classical artist for years, who’d be really delighted for Bey if he was still around today.
Georg Solti — the Hungarian-British conductor who had the most Grammys prior to Bey took the mantle Sunday — would definitely commemorate her accomplishment … so states his child, Claudia Solti. Georg passed away in ’97 — the year prior to he won his posthumous, record-setting 31st Grammy.
According to Claudia … her father’s music brought individuals together, and she feels Beyoncé’s work does the precise very same thing — sufficient factor to get thrilled.
She informs us her dad liked all type of music, which she seems like he’s most likely someplace out there smiling over the brand-new turning point that’s been struck … despite the fact that, Claudia states he most likely does not comprehend all the difficulty about records.
An company called in Georg’s honor — Georg Solti Accademia, acting as a music school in Italy — informs us they concur with Claudia. They state, “We send our wholehearted congratulations to Beyonce! Throughout his career, Maestro Solti always sought to unite people through music. We think he would be thrilled to see audiences from many genres of music coming together to celebrate the achievements of both Beyonce and himself.”
As we reported, Beyoncé crossed the criteria set by Georg by acquiring Grammy #32 throughout the program. She won Best Electronic/Dance Album, this after snagging 3 other Grammys previously in the night … making history once again.
While she overcame the Grammy bulge, numerous still seem like she was denied of much more statuettes … consisting of Album of the Year, which went to Harry Styles.