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Gramophone Classical Music Awards

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The Gramophone Classical Music Awards,[1] launched in 1977, are one of the most significant honours bestowed on recordings in the classical record industry.[2][3] They are often viewed as equivalent to[4] or surpassing[5][6] the American Grammy award, and referred to as the Oscars for classical music.[7][8][9] They are widely regarded as the most influential and prestigious classical music awards in the world.[10][11] According to Matthew Owen, national sales manager for Harmonia Mundi USA, "ultimately it is the classical award, especially worldwide."[12]

The winners are selected annually by critics for the Gramophone magazine and various members of the industry, including retailers, broadcasters, arts administrators, and musicians. Awards are usually presented in September each year in London.

Gramophone Awards of the 2010s














Complete list

Gramophone Awards of the 2000s











Gramophone Awards of the 1990s



  • Artist of the Year – Riccardo Chailly
  • Lifetime Achievement – Menahem Pressler
  • Choral (Record of the Year) – Martin, Pizzetti, Die Schöpfung, Westminster Cathedral Choir/James O'Donnell (Hyperion)
  • Best-selling disc – James Horner, Titanic–Original Soundtrack (Sony Classical)
  • Editor's Choice – Thomas Adès, Adès: Arcadiana Op. 12. The origin of the harp, soloists; Endellion Quartet; London Sinfonietta; King's college choir, Cambridge/Adès, Stenz, Cleobury (EMI Debut)
  • Baroque Non-Vocal – Les Talens Lyriques/Christophe Rousset, Rameau—Overtures (L'Oiseau-Lyre)
  • Baroque Vocal – Monteverdi, Concerto Italiano, Rinaldo Alessandrini
  • Chamber – Bartók, String quartets, Takacs Quartet (Decca)
  • Concerto – Joshua Bell, Barber, Bloch, Walton, Baltimore Symphony Orchestra/David Zinman (Decca)
  • Contemporary – Birtwistle The Mask of Orpheus, Andrew Davis, Martyn Brabbins, Birtwistle, soloists; BBC Singers; BBC Symphony Orchestra/Andrew Davis, Martyn Brabbins (NMC)
  • Early Music – Canciones and Ensaladas, Ensemble Clément Janequin/Dominique Visse (Harmonia Mundi)
  • Early Opera – Rameau, Les fêtes d'Hébé, Soloists; Les Arts Florissants Chorus and Orchestra/William Christie (Erato)
  • Film Music – Kenneth Alwyn, The Ladykillers, Royal Ballet Sinfonia/Kenneth Alwyn (Silva Screen)
  • Instrumental – Stephen Hough, Mompou (Hyperion)
  • Music Theatre – Kander & Ebb, Chicago, Broadway Cast/Rob Fisher (RCA Victor)
  • Opera – Rossini, Il Turco in Italia, soloists; Milan La Scala Chorus and Orchestra/Riccardo Chailly (Decca)
  • Orchestral – Bartók, The Miraculous Mandarin, Hungarian Radio Chorus; Budapest Festival Orchestra/Ivan Fischer (Philips)
  • Solo Vocal – Schumann, Ian Bostridge, Julius Drake (EMI)



  • Artist of the Year – Anne Sofie von Otter
  • Lifetime achievement – Yehudi Menuhin
  • Young Artist of the Year – David Pyatt
  • Record of the year & Concerto – Emil von Sauer, Xaver Scharwenka: Piano Concertos; Hough; City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra / Lawerence Foster, Hyperion Records
  • Best-selling disc – Lesley Garrett – Soprano in Red; Lesley Garrett (sop); Crouch End Festival Chorus; Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra, Holmes Silva Classics
  • Baroque non-vocal – Vivaldi: Il Proteo – Double, Triple Concertos; Coin (cello); Il Giardino Armonico / Antonini, Teldec
  • Baroque vocal – Vivaldi: Stabat mater. Cessate, omai ces; Scholl (alto); Ensemble 415 / Banchini, Harmonia Mundi
  • Chamber – Haydn: String Quartets Op. 33 Nos 2, 3 and 5; Quatuor Mosaiques; Auvidis Astree
  • Choral – Grainger: Songs and Dancing Ballads; Monteverdi Choir; English Country Gardiner Orchestra / Gardiner, Philips
  • Concerto – Sauer, Scharwenka: Piano Concertos; Hough; City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra / Lawerence Foster, Hyperion Records
  • Contemporary – Harrison Birtwistle: Gawain; Royal Opera House, Covent Garden / Howarth, Collins Classics
  • Early music – Dunstable: Sacred Choral Works; Orlando Consort, Metronome
  • Early opera – Handel: Ariodante; Wilhelmshaven Vocal Ensemble; Freiburg Baroque Orchestra / McGegan, Harmonia Mundi
  • Engineering – Sibelius: Symphony No 5. En saga; Lahti SO / Vänskä, BIS
  • Historic non-vocal – Debussy: Complete Piano Works; Walter Gieseking (piano), EMI
  • Historic vocal – Lucrezia Bori: Opera and Operetta Arias; Bori (sop) with various artists (restored by Ward Marston), Romophone
  • Instrumental – Domenico Scarlatti: Keyboard Sonatas; Mikhail Pletnev (piano), Virgin Classics
  • Music theatre – Gershwin: Oh Kay! Orchestra of St Luke's / Stern, Nonesuch
  • Opera – Prokofiev: The Fiery Angel; Kirov Opera / Gergiev, Philips
  • Orchestral – Schmidt: Symphony No 4. Variations on a Hussar; London PO / Franz Welser-Möst EMI
  • Solo vocal – Schubert: Lieder, Volume 25. Die schöne Mullerin; Bostridge (tenor); Fischer-Dieskau (narrator); Johnson (piano), Hyperion
  • Video – Yehudi Menuhin – The Violin of the Century, EMI



  • Instrumental & Record of the Year – Debussy: Preludes; Krystian Zimerman (piano), DG
  • Chamber – Tchaikovsky: String Quartets No. 1 – No.3 / Souvenir de Florence; Yuri Yurov (viola), Mikhail Milman (cello), Borodin Quartet; Teldec
  • Opera – Britten: Gloriana; Josephine Barstow, Phillip Langridge, Welsh National Opera / Charles Mackerras, Argo
  • Historic Vocal – Britten: Peter Grimes / The Rape of Lucretia / Folksong Arrangements; Peter Pears (t), Joan Cross (s), BBC Theatre Chorus, Orchestra of The Royal Opera House / Nancy Evans (ca), Pears, Cross, English Opera Group Chamber Orchestra / Sophie Whyss (s), Pears, Britten (piano); EMI
  • Historic Non-Vocal – Schoenberg: Verklaerte Nacht / Schubert: String Quintet in C major; Alvin Dinkin(va), Kurt Reher (cello), Hollywood String Quartet; Testament
  • Engineering – Dutilleux: Symphonies Nos. 1 & 2; BBC Philharmonic / Yan Pascal Tortelier, Chandos
  • Orchestral – Koechlin: The Jungle Book, Symphonic Poems; Berlin Radio Symphony Orchestra / David Zinman, RCA
  • Choral – Delius: Sea Drift, Songs of Farewell, Songs of Sunset; Bryn Terfel (bass), Sally Burgess (mezzo), Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra & Chorus / Hickox, Chandos
  • Concerto – Bartók: Violin Concerto No. 2, Rhapsodies Nos. 1 & 2; Kyung-wha Chung, City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra / Rattle, EMI
  • Contemporary – Robin Holloway: Second Concerto for Orchestra; BBC Symphony Orchestra / Oliver Knussen, NMC
  • Solo Vocal – Samuel Barber: Complete Songs; Cheryl Studer, Thomas Hampson, John Browning, DG
  • Music Theatre – Bernstein: On The Town; LSO / Michael Tilson Thomas, DG
  • Baroque Vocal – Fourth Book of the Montev; Concerto Italiano, Opus 111
  • Baroque Non-vocal – Bach: Goldberg Variations; Pierre Hantai, Opus 111
  • Young Artist of the Year – Maxim Vengerov
  • Lifetime Achievement – Klaus Tennstedt
  • Special Achievement – Richter: The Authorized Edition; Sviatoslav Richter (piano), Phillips
  • Best Selling Record – Canto Gregoriano; Coro de monjes del Monasterio Benedictino de Santo Domingo de Silos / Ismael Fernández de la Cuesta, EMI
  • Early Music – Cipriano de Rore: Missa Praeter rerum seriem; The Tallis Scholars / Peter Phillips, Gimell
  • Video – Bernstein: On The Town; LSO/ Michael Tilson Thomas, Barbican Centre, June 1992, DG
  • Artist of the Year – John Eliot Gardiner



  • Orchestral (Record of the Year) – Beethoven 9 Symphonies. Nikolaus Harnoncourt. The Chamber Orchestre of Europe.
  • Baroque Vocal – Handel. Giulio Cesare. Larmore, Schlick, Fink, Rorholm, Ragin. Rene Jacobs. Concerto Koeln.
  • Baroque Non-Vocal – Rameau. Harpsichord Works. Christophe Rousset.
  • Chamber – Symanowski String Quartets No 1 in C Major, Op.37; No. 2 Op. 56 / Webern Langsamer Satz. Carmina Quartet
  • Choral – Britten. War Requiem, Op. 66; Sinfonia da Requiem, Op. 20; Ballad of Heroes, Op. 14. Harper, Langridge, Hill, Shirley-Quirk. St Paul's Cathedral Choristers, London Symphony Orchestra and Chorus. Richard Hickox.
  • Concerto – Medtner. Piano Conccertos No.2 in C Minor, Op. 50; No 3. in E Minor, Op. 60. Nickolai Demidenko. BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra. Jerzy Maksymiuk.
  • Contemporary – John Tavener. The Protecting Veil; Thrinos / Britten. Solo Cello Suite No. 3, Op. 87. Steven Isserlis. London Symphony Orchestra. Rozhdestvensky.
  • Early Music – The Rose and The Ostrich Feather. Music from the Eton Choirbook. Volume I. The Sixteen. Harry Christophers.
  • Engineering – Britten. War Requiem, Op. 66; Sinfonia da Requiem, Op. 20; Ballad of Heroes, Op. 14. Harper, Langridge, Hill, Shirley-Quirk. St Paul's Cathedral Choristers, London Symphony Orchestra and Chorus. Richard Hickox.
  • Historical Vocal – Covent Garden on Record: A History.
  • Historical Non-Vocal – The Elgar Edition. Volume 1. London Symphony Orchestra. Royal Albert Hall Orchestra. Elgar.
  • Instrumental – Alkan. 25 Preludes dans les tons majeurs et mineur, Op. 31 / Shostakovich. 24 Preludes, Op. 34. Olli Mustonen.
  • Music Theatre – Bernstein. Candide. Hadley, Anderson. London Symphony Orchestra & Chorus. Bernstein (cond).
  • Opera – Strauss. Die Frau ohne Schatten. Behrens, Domingo, Runkel, van Dam, Varady, Jo. Wiener Philharmoniker. George Solti.
  • Solo Vocal – Schubert. Lieder. Brigitte Fassbaender, Aribert Reimann.
  • Special Achievement – Abbey Road Studios.
  • Best-selling Record – Essential Opera.
  • Young Artist of the Year – Bryn Terfel.
  • Artist of the Year – Dame Kiri Janette Te Kanawa.
  • Lifetime Achievement – Sir George Solti.


  • Record of the Year & Choral – Beethoven. Missa Solemnis. Gardiner. English Baroque Soloists. Margiono, Robbin, Kendall, Miles, Monteverdi Choir.
  • Baroque Vocal – Handel. Susanna. Hunt, Minter, Feldman, Parker, Jeffery Thomas, David Thomas. Nicholas McGegan. Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra. U.C. Berkeley Chamber Chorus.
  • Baroque Non-Vocal – Biber. Mystery Sonatas. Holloway (vn), Davitt Moroney(org/hpd), Tragicomedia.
  • Chamber – Brahms: Piano Quartets. Opp. 25, 26 & 60. Ax, Stern, Laredo, Ma.
  • Concerto – Sibelius. Violin Concerto in D Major, op. 47. Kavakos(vn). Lahti Symphony Orchestra, Vanska.
  • Contemporary – John Casken. Golem. Clarke, Hall, Rozario, Robson, Wilson, Morris, Harrhy, Thomas. Music Project London. Richard Bernas.
  • Early Music – Palestrina. Missa Assumpta est Maria/ Missa Sicut Iilium. Tallis Scholars. Peter Phillips.
  • Engineering – Wordsworth. Symphony Nos. 2 & 3. London Philharmonic Orchestra. Braithwaite.
  • Historical Non-Vocal – Berg. Violin Concerto/Lyric Suite. Louis Krasner(vn), Galimir Quartet, BBC Symphony Orchestra, Webern.
  • Historical Vocal – Faure/Chausson/Airs Français. Gerard Souzay. Jacqueline Bonneau (piano).
  • Instrumental – Shostakovich. 24 Preludes and Fugues, op. 87. Tatyana Nikolaieva (piano).
  • Music Theatre – Sondheim. Into The Woods. Original London Cast.
  • Opera – Mozart. Idomeneo. Johnson, von Otter, Martinpelto, McNair, Robson, Winslade. John Eliot Gardiner. English Baroque Soloists.
  • Orchestral – Nielsen. Symphony No. 2 Op. 16 "The Four Temperaments" / Symphony No. 3 Op. 27 "Espansiva." Fromm, McMillan. San Francisco Symphony Orchestra. Herbert Blomstedt.
  • Solo Vocal – Schubert. Die Schoene Mullerin. Schreier, Schiff.
  • Special Achievement – Complete Mozart Edition
  • Artist of the Year – Luciano Pavarotti
  • Lifetime Achievement – Joan Sutherland


  • Chamber – Respighi, Violin Sonata in B Minor, Kyung-Wha Chung and Krystian Zimerman; Deutsche Grammophon
  • Choral – Schumann: Das Paradies und die Peri; Edith Wiens, S. Herman, A. Gjevang; L'Orchestre de la Suisse Romande, Armin Jordan (conductor)
  • Concerto – Shostakovich: Violin Concerto No. 1 in A minor, Op. 99, Violin Concerto No. 2 in C-sharp minor, Op. 129; Lydia Mordkovitch (violin); SNO, Neemi Järvi (conductor); Chandos
  • Contemporary – George Benjamin: Antara, Boulez: Dérive, Memoriale; Harvey: Song Offerings; Walmsley-Clark (soprano), Bell (flute); London Sinfonietta, George Benjamin (conductor); Nimbus
  • Early Music – Gabrieli: A Venetian Coronation 1595, The Gabrieli Consort and Players, Paul McCreesh (conductor); Virgin Classics
  • Engineering – Britten: The Prince of the Pagodas; London Sinfonietta, Oliver Knussen (conductor); Virgin Classics
  • Historic (vocal) – Massenet: Werther; Georges Thill (tenor), Vallin (mezzo) Roque (baritone), Faraldy(soprano), Narcon (bass); Chorus and Orchestra of the Opera-Contique, Elie Cohen(cnd); EMI
  • Historic (nonvocal) – Delius: Paris, Eventyr, Irmelin Prelude, Over the Hills and Far Aways; LPO, Sir Thomas Beecham; EMI
  • Instrumental – Debussy: Piano Works; Zoltán Kocsis; Philips
  • Music Theatre – Cole Porter, Anything Goes; John McGlinn; EMI
  • Opera (Record of the Year) – Prokofiev: L'Amour des trois oranges; Choeurs et Orchestre de l'Opéra de Lyon, Kent Nagano; Virgin Classics
  • Orchestral – Vaughan Williams: A Sea Symphony; Lott (soprano), Summers (baritone); LPO, Bernard Haitink (conductor); EMI
  • Solo Vocal – Schubert: Schwanengesang, Heine and Seidl Lieder; Peter Schreier (tenor), András Schiff (piano); Decca
  • Special Achievement – Bach: Complete Sacred Cantatas Vol. 1–45; Vienna Concentus Musicus, Nikolaus Harnoncourt (conductor); Leonhardt Consort, Gustav Leonhardt (conductor); Teldec

Gramophone Awards of the 1980s


  • Chamber (Record of the Year) – Bartók: String Quartets Nos. 1–6; Emerson Quartet; DG
  • Choral – Handel: Jephtha; Dawson, Holton (sopranos), Sofie von Otter (mezzo), Chance (countertenor), Robson (tenor), Varcoe (narrator), Ross (harpsichord), Nicholson (organ); Monteverdi Choir, English Baroque Soloists, John Eliot Gardiner (conductor); Philips
  • Concerto – Sibelius: Violin Concerto in D minor, Op. 47 / Nielsen: Violin Concerto, Op. 33; Cho-Liang Lin (violin); Philharmonia Orchestra of London / Swedish Radido Symphony, Esa-Pekka Salonen (conductor); CBS
  • Contemporary – Robert Simpson: Ninth Symphony; Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, Handley; Hyperion
  • Early Music (Baroque) – Corelli: Concerto Grossi, Op. 6; The English Concert, Pinnock (conductor); Arkiv
  • Early Music (Medieval and Renaissance) – "A Song for Francesca"; Gothic Voices; Hyperion
  • Engineering and Production – Tubin: Symphonies 3, 8; Stockholm Radio Symphony Orchestra, Neeme Järvi; BIS
  • Historic (Non-Vocal) – Mahler: Symphony, No. 9; Vienna Philharmonic, Bruno Walter (conductor); EMI
  • Historic (Vocal) – Record of Singing, Volume 4; EMI
  • Instrumental – Mozart: Piano Sonatas 1–18; Mitsuko Uchida, Philips
  • Musical Theatre – Jerome Kern: Show Boat; John McGlinn; EMI
  • Operatic – Gershwin: Porgy and Bess; Glyndebourn, Rattle; EMI
  • Orchestral – Schubert: Symphonies; Chamber Orchestra of Europe, Abbado (conductor); DG
  • Remastered CD – Ravel: L'enfant et les sortilèges; French Radio National Orchestra, Lorin Maazel (conductor); DG
  • Solo Vocal – Schubert: Lieder, Volume 1; Janet Baker (mezzo), Graham Johnson (piano); Hyperion


  • Chamber – Menndelssohn: Violin Sonatas in F minor and F major; Shlomo Mintz (violin), Paul Ostrovsky(piano); DG
  • Choral – Verdi: Requiem; Atlanta Symphony Orchestra and Chorus; Robert Shaw; Telarc
  • Concerto – Tchaikovsky: Piano Concerto No. 2; Peter Donohoe (piano); Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, Rudolf Barshai; EMI
  • Contemporary – Sir Harrison Birtwistle: Carmen Arcadiae Mechanicae Perpetuum, Silbury Air, Secret Theatre; London Sinfonietta, Elgar Howarth; Etcetera
  • Early Music (Baroque) – Leclair: Scylla et Glaucus; Donna Brown, Rachel Yakar, Howard Cookk; Monteverdi Choir, English Baroque Soloists; John Eliot Gardiner; Erato
  • Early Music (Medieval and Renaissance) – "The Service of Venus and Mars: Music for the Knights of the Garter"; Gothic Voices, Christopher Page; Hyperion
  • Engineering and Production – Mahler: Symphony No. 2, "Resurrection"; Arleen Augér, Janet Baker; City of Birmingham Symphony Chorus & Orchestra; Simon Rattle
  • Historic (Non-Vocal) – Brahms: Violin Concerto in D minor, Op. 47 / Sibelius: Concerto for Violin and Orchestra in D, Op. 77; Ginette Neveu (violin); Philharmonia Orchestra, Issay Dobrowen, Walter Süsskind; EMI
  • Historic (Vocal) – Feodor Chaliapin: 1873–1938; Chaliapin(bass) et al.; EMI
  • Instrumental – Poulenc: Piano Works; Pascal Roge; Decca Musical Theatre
  • Operatic – Benjamin Britten: Paul Bunyan; The Plymouth Music Series Chorus and Orchestra; Philip Brunelle; Virgin Classics
  • Orchestral (Record of the Year) – Mahler: Symphony No. 2, "Resurrection"; Arleen Augér, Janet Baker; City of Birmingham Symphony Chorus & Orchestra; Simon Rattle
  • Period Performance – Haydn: Mass in D minor, "Nelson" / Te Deum in C major; Felicity Lott, Carolyn Watkinson, Maldwyn Davies, David Wilson-Johnson; The English Concert and Choir; Trevor Pinnock; Archiv;
  • Remastered CD – Strauss: Der Rosenkavalier; Elisabeth Schwarzkopf, Christa Ludwig, Teresa Stich Randall, Otto Edelmann, Eberhard Wächter; London Philharmonia Orchestra and Chorus, Herbert von Karajan; EMI
  • Solo Vocal – Schubert: Die Schöne Müllerin; Olaf Bär (baritone), Geoffrey Parsons (piano); EMI


  • Chamber – Chausson: Concert in D major for Piano, violin, and string quartet, String quartet in C minor. Jean-Phillipe Collard (piano), Augistine Dumay (violin), Muir Quartet. EMI
  • Choral – Handel: Athalia. Joan Sutherland, Emma Kirkby, James Bowman, Aled Jones, Anthony Johnson, David Thomas. The Academy of Ancient Music / Christopher Hogwood. Decca
  • Concerto – Hummel: Piano Concerto No. 2 in A minor, Op 85; No. 3 in B minor, Op 89. Stephen Hough. English Chamber Orchestra / Bryden Thomson. Chandos
  • Contemporary – Sir Michael Tippett: The Mask of Time. Faye Robinson, Sarah Walker, Robert Tear, John Cheek. BBC Symphony Orchestra and Chorus / Andrew Davis. EMI
  • Early Music (Record of the Year) – Josquin Desprez: Missa Pange lingua, Missa La sol fa re mi. The Tallis Scholars / Peter Phillips. Gimell
  • Engineering and Production – Holst: The Planets. Montréal Symphony Orchestra / Charles Dutoit. Decca.
  • Historic (Non-Vocal) – Schubert: String Quartets, Piano Trio, Fantasia. Busch Quartet, Rudolf Serkin (piano). EMI.
  • Historic (Vocal) – The Art of Tito Schipa. Tito Schipa (tenor). EMI.
  • Instrumental – Haydn: Piano Sonatas. Alfred Brendel (piano). Philips.
  • Operatic – Verdi: La forza del destino. Rosalind Plowright, Agnes Baltsa, José Carreras, Bruson, Burchuladze, Pons, Tomlinson, Ambrosian Opera Chorus. Philharmonia Orchestra / Giuseppe Sinopoli. DG.
  • Orchestral – Mahler: Symphony No. 8. Elizabeth Connell, Edith Wiens, Felicity Lott, Trudeliese Schmidt, Nadine Denize, Richard Versalle, Jorma Hynnimen, Hans Sotin, Tiffin School Boys' Choir. London Philharmonic Orchestra & Choir / Klaus Tennstedt. EMI.
  • Period Performance – Beethoven: Symphonies 2 & 8. London Classical Players / Sir Roger Norrington. EMI.
  • Remastered CD – Beecham Conducts Delius: The Complete Stereo Recordings. Royal Philharmonic Orchestra / Sir Thomas Beecham. EMI.
  • Solo Vocal – Liszt, R. Strauss: Lieder. Brigitte Fassbaender, Irwin Gage. DG.











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