Gramophone Awards 2017 - in pictures

Gramophone13th Sep 2017

Highlights from the 2017 Gramophone Awards ceremony in London

Adrian Chandler receives the Baroque Instrumental Award for 'The Italian Job'
Iestyn Davies receives the Baroque Vocal Award from Jennifer Pike
Beatrice Rana, Gramophone's Young Artist of the Year
Sir Mark Elder presents a special award to Colin Matthews
Colin Matthews makes his way to the stage to receive his special award
The Pan-Armenian Symphony Orchestra and conductor Sergey Smbatyan
Co-presenter Jennifer Pike with Carolyn Sampson, who was collecting the Choral Award
Sam Jackson, Managing Editor of Classic FM, received the station's special Gramophone Anniversary Award
The Tallis Scholars and Peter Philips gave a special performance to celebrate 40 years of the Gramophone Awards
Murray Perahia, who has won no fewer than nine Gramophone Awards over many years, collected the Instrumental Award
Sir George Benjamin receives the Contemporary Award from Jennifer Pike
Last year's Young Artist Award-winner, Benjamin Appl, performed with the Pan-Armenian Symphony Orchestra
Actor Julian Ovenden pays tribute to the Lifetime Achievement Award-winner, Dame Kiri Te Kanawa
Dame Kiri Te Kanawa was visibly moved to receive her Lifetime Achievement Award
Dame Kiri Te Kanawa was greeted to the stage with a rapturous standing ovation
Dame Kiri Te Kanawa holds her Lifetime Achievement Award aloft to loud cheers from the audience
Phantasm with their Early Music Award
Steve Long accepts the Label of the Year Award for Signum Classics
Carolyn Sampson, Iestyn Davies and Joseph Middleton performed Purcell's Sound the Trumpet
James Jolly presents Vasily Petrenko with his Artist of the Year Award

Enjoy a selection of images from the 2017 Gramophone Awards ceremony in London. Click on any image above to open the gallery and to take a closer look!

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