It proved to be a historic night on Sunday, as the 66th Grammy Awards were handed out at the Arena in Los Angeles. 

Taylor Swift took home "Album of Year" for her tenth studio album, "Midnights." In doing so, she became the first artist to win Grammys’ top prize four times, beating a trio of male legends — Frank Sinatra, Stevie Wonder and Paul Simon — who had three.

Miley Cyrus, Billie Eilish, SZA and indie supergroup boygenius were also winners, marking a night in which women took home many of the top prizes. 


On the classical side of things, Gustava Dudamel and the Los Angeles Philharmonic were awarded "Best Orchestra Performance" for "Adès: Dante."

"Best Opera Recording" went to The Metropolitan Opera Orchestra and Chorus, directed by Canadian Yannick Nézet-Séguin for "Blanchard: Champion" with the Uusinta Ensemble and Helsinki Chamber choir, directed by Nils Schweckendiek being awarded "Best Choral Performance" for "Saariaho: Reconnaissance."

The acclaimed American choir "Roomful of Teeth" earned the award in "Best Chamber Music/Small Ensemble Performance" for "Rough Magic" besting Yo-yo Ma, Emanuel Ax, Leonidas Kavakos, and the Catalyst Quartet, amongst others. 

In the "Best Classical Instrumental Solo" category, Yuja Wang with Teddy Abrams and the Louisville Orchestra won with "The American Project."

"Best Classical Solo Vocal Album" went to Julia Bullock, soloist alongside Christian Reif and the Philharmonia Orchestra for "Walking in the Dark." 

"Passion For Bach And Coltrane" was awarded "Best Classical Compendium" with Jessie Montgomery taking home "Best Contemporary Classical Composition" for her work "Montgomery: Rounds" with Awadagin Pratt, A Far Cry and Roomful of Teeth.


In the Jazz category, "Best Jazz Performance" went to Samara Joy for her album "Tight" beating out Jon Batiste, Fred Hersch and Esperanza Spalding, amongst other. 

"Best Jazz Vocal Album" was awarded to "How Love Begins" by Nicole Zuraitis with "Best Jazz Instrumental Album" going to Billy Childs' "The Winds of Change." 

Continuing in their legacy of outstanding musicianship, The Count Basie Orchestra directed by Scotty Barnhart won "Best Large Ensemble Jazz Album" for "Basie Swings The Blues."

"Best Latin Jazz Album" went to "El Arte Del Bolero Vol. 2" by Miguel Zenón & Luis Perdomo and "Best Alternative Jazz Album" -- for vocal or instrumental albums containg greater than 75% playing of new Alternative jazz recordings -- was awarded to Meshell Ndegeocello for "The Omnichord Real Book."