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Sir Charles Mackerras collects the Classical BRIT Critics Award for his recording of Mozart Symphonies Nos 38-41 from David Mellor in 2009.
Sir Charles Mackerras at the Classical BRIT Awards 2009.
Sir Charles Mackerras arrives at the Royal Albert Hall for the Classical BRIT Awards 2009 with his wife Judy.
Sir Charles Mackerras and Czech mezzo-soprano Dagmar Peckova listen to ovations after Mackerras conducted the Prague Chamber Orchestra in Rudolfinum Hall on April 12th. The concert marked the orchestra's 50th anniversary.
Sir Charles Mackerras conducts the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic
Sir Charles Mackerras with Bryn Terfel at the Classic FM Gramophone Awards in October 2009.
Sir Charles Mackerras meets Mark Forrest at the Classic FM Gramophone Awards in October 2009.
Queen Elizabeth II presents the inaugural Queen's Medal For Music to Australian musician Sir Charles Mackerras at Buckingham Palace in London on 22 November 2005. Also pictured is the Queen's Master of Music Sir Peter Maxwell Davies. (Getty Images)
Sir Charles conducting at a recording session at Brangwyn Hall, Swansea.