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Conductor Bernard Haitink wins Lifetime Achievement Award, while one of Claudio Abbado's final recordings takes the coveted Recording of the Year Award
Bernard Haitink has won the Lifetime Achievement Award at the Gramophone Awards, while fellow conductor Paavo Järvi took the Artist of the Year award, which is voted for by the public.
Claudio Abbado's recording of Bruckner's Symphony No.9, performed by the Lucerne Festival Orchestra, was named Recording of the Year. Abbado, who died in 2014, recorded some of his greatest recordings in the final years of his life. The Award was collected by Claudio Abbado's son, Sebastian.
The other category winners were:
Bach: Cello Suites - David Watkin (cello)
Monteverdi: Vespers - Concerto Italiano/Rinaldo Alessandrini
Smetana: String Quartets 1 & 2 – Pavel Haas Quartet
Elgar: Sea Pictures. Dream of Gerontius – Sarah Connolly (mezzo), Stuart Skelton (ten), David Soar (bass), BBC SO & Chorus / Sir Andrew Davis
Beethoven: Piano Concertos 3 & 4 - Maria Joao Pires (pf), Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra / Daniel Harding
Nørgård: Symphonies 1 & 8 - Vienna Philharmonic / Sakari Oramo
The Spy's Choirbook: Mouton, de la Rue, Desprez, Strus, Therache, Fevin, Isaac, Ghiselin, Josquin etc - Alamire, The English Cornett & Sackbut Ensemble / David Skinner
Bach: English Suites 1, 3, 5 - Piotr Andersewski (pf)
Strauss: Elektra - Soloists, Orchestre de Paris / Esa-Pekka Salonen (prod. Patrice Chéreau)
Bruckner: Symphony No 9 - Lucerne Festival Orchestra / Claudio Abbado
'A French Baroque Diva' Arias for Marie Fel – Carolyn Sampson (sop), Ex Cathedra / Jeffrey Skidmore
Schubert Lieder – Nachtviolen – Christian Gerhaher (bar), Gerold Huber (pf)
Young Artist of the Year