The Gramophone Awards - often called the Oscars of the classical music world - are the most significant honours bestowed on the classical record industry.
Now running annually in September you can view details of the most recent winners below, as well as browse through all winners going back to the very first awards in 1977.
Gramophone Awards 2021 - Category Winners
All the winners at this year's Gramophone Awards have now been announced, including albums from the Takács Quartet, Alina Ibragimova & Sean Shibe. Plus until 29th November 2021 we're offering very special prices on all this year's winning discs - browse our special offer here.
Gramophone Recording of the Year 2021
The Recording of the Year prize was awarded to Stuart Skelton for his performance as the title role in Benjamin Britten's Peter Grimes, a recording which also features Erin Wall, Roderick Williams and Susan Bickley, with the Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra and Chorus conducted by Edward Gardner. The recording was praised as 'An exciting, committed, necessary and brilliantly recorded version for our times'.
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Gramophone Awards 2021 - Winning Recordings
Browse by Year: Gramophone Awards 1977-2020
Featured Composers: Gramophone Awards 1977-2020
- Bach, C P E
- Bach, J S
- Strauss, R
- Vaughan Williams
More Composers: Gramophone Awards 1977-2020
- Bach, Johann Sebastian
- Beach, Amy Marcy Cheney
- Berlioz, Hector
- Bizet, Georges
- Britten, Benjamin
- Despres, Josquin
- Dussek, Jan Ladislav
- Elgar, Edward William
- Falla, Manuel de
- Gaubert, Philippe
- Lorca, Federico García
- Obradors, Fernando Jaumandreu
- Pickard, John
- Ravel, Maurice
- Schmidt, Franz
- Serrano, José
- Shostakovich, Dmitri
- Verdi, Giuseppe