Pappano's Aïda wins BBC Music Magazine's Recording of the Year & Best Opera; Philippe Jaroussky honoured, and more.
Who else could sing the roles of ghost and angel in the same night? Jaroussky gives new music wings.
Joyce DiDonato, Bryan Hymel, Antonio Pappano and Philippe Jaroussky all receive a nod on the shortlist.
From Farinelli to Ella Fitzgerald, the French countertenor picks his favourite romantic tracks for your listening pleasure!
Have your say: vote for your favourite artists and recordings of the year!
PHILIPPE JAROUSSKY, ORCHESTRA DELL'ACCADEMIA NAZIONALE DI SANTA CECILIA, ANTONIO PAPPANO, QUATUOR EBÈNE
A Christmas present and a worthy cause: watch this Christmas Oratorio video recorded specially for Carols4Cancer.
The 2015 German Record Critics Award (Preis der deutschen Schallplattenkritik) goes to two Erato albums.
The New York Times critics have chosen their crème de la crème Best Classical Albums of the Year.
Joyce & Tony's Wigmore Hall recital, and the premiere recording of the Baroque opera Niobe, up for the gold trophy.
Two very different operas among the albums celebrated in the prestigious French classical awards.