BBC Music Magazine Awards
The BBC Music Magazine Awards are an annual celebration of the very best of all the recordings reviewed by the magazine over the previous year. With three nominations to choose from in each of seven main categories, the winners are selected by a public vote. There are also a number of special jury awards each year.
You can view details of the most recent winners below, as well as browse through all the previous winners.
BBC Music Magazine Awards 2020 - winners announced
The planned ceremony in April was cancelled for obvious reasons, but the winners of this year's BBC Music Magazine Awards have now been announced. You can browse the winning recordings below, or in our article here; plus, until 13th July 2020 we're offering discounts of up to 30% off this year's winners.
You can also find the full shortlist in our article.
Recording of the Year (and Opera Award-Winner)
Gabrieli Consort, Paul McCreesh
'Twenty-five years’ experience of performing the Arthurian legend infuses this stellar recording. Packed with historical detail from its bespoke performing edition, the ensemble reveals new textures alongside vivid characterisation. It’s a tightknit team that deftly flits between contexts, capturing earthy dances, blissful delicacy and more than the odd wry smile.'
Available Formats: 2 CDs, MP3, FLAC, Hi-Res FLAC, Hi-Res+ FLAC
BBC Music Magazine Awards 2020: Winning Recordings
Featured Composers: BBC Music Magazine Award Winners
- Bach, C P E
- Bach, J S
- Franck, C
- Strauss, R
More Composers: BBC Music Magazine Award Winners
- Bach, Johann Sebastian
- Barber, Samuel
- Bartók, Béla
- Berio, Luciano
- Biber, Heinrich Ignaz Franz von
- Dvořák, Antonín
- Finnis, Edmund
- Jackson, Gabriel
- Janáček, Leoš
- Korngold, Erich Wolfgang
- Martinů, Bohuslav
- Mealli, Giovanni Antonio Pandolfi
- Purcell, Henry
- Sciarrino, Salvatore
- Shostakovich, Dmitri
- Veress, Sandor