Piano Concerto No.20 in D minor (3) Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Benjamin Grosvenor may not have matched winning the Young Artist of the Year and Best Recording awards at last year's Gramophones, but he told Jamie Crick how he was finding it.
After a flurry of awards in 2012 that included two Gramophones and a Classic BRIT Award, pianist Benjamin Grosvenor can be excused for having a slightly quieter year in 2013.
But he's back at the Gramophone Awards to perform, proving exactly why he was such a critical hit this time last year, and will be for years to come.
He explained to Classic FM's Jamie Crick about the thrill he felt on receiving two awards in 2012: "it was tremendously exciting - it's always great to have one's work recognised."