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 2018 - Winners
The winners of this year's Gramophone Awards have been announced: among those scooping an award are the Pavel Haas Quartet, Marianne Crebassa, Arcadi Volodos, and François-Xavier Roth & Les Siècles. John Nelson's account of Berlioz's Les Troyens on Erato was selected as this year's Recording of the Year.
Gramophone Recording of the Year 2018
The Recording of the Year prize has been awarded to John Nelson's blistering account of Berlioz's Virgilian epic on Erato, recorded in concert last spring: 'Nelson is in no great rush, allowing Berlioz’s music time to breathe where necessary…[His] cast is simply to die for...Énée is thrillingly sung by Michael Spyres…DiDonato’s vehement response to Énée’s desertion reveals her as a great tragedienne…In short this is a peach of recording.'
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