Gramophone Awards 2010 - the winners

Martin Cullingford1st Oct 2010
Pianist Alfred Brendel receives the Lifetime Achievement Award - and a standing
Caroline Dooley from Linn records collects the Label of the Year Award
Sue Hollingworth of the Scunthorpe Co-op Junior Choir, receives the Music in the
Conductor Sir Mark Elder receives the Opera Award for his Götterdämmerun
Tenor Mark Padmore collects the Solo Vocal Award for Winterreise, recorded with
...then performs Schubert lieder for us
Mezzo Joyce DiDonato collects the Recital Award for her Rossini disc, ‘Colbran,
Thomas Adès receives the Contemporary Award for The Tempest - from a sunnier pla
Antonio Pappano collected the Choral Award for Verdi's Messa di Requiem
Joyce DiDonato again - this time with the Artist of the Year!
Brian Couzens, founder of Chandos Records, wins the Special Achievement Award
Andrew Carwood of the Cardinall’s Musick collects the Early Music Award

Welcome from the Gramophone Awards, being presented at the Dorchester Hotel in London. As the ceremony progresses, we'll be posting photographs of the Award winners here. Counter-tenor Iestyn Davies co-hosted with Gramophone's James Jolly and James Inverne.

Click any image to launch the gallery. Photographs by Mark Harrison.

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