Gramophone Hall of Fame

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Launched by Gramophone magazine in late 2011, the Gramophone Hall of Fame is an annual listing of the men and women (artists, producers, engineers, A&R directors and label founders) who have contributed to the classical record industry. Fifty individuals and ensembles entered the Hall of Fame in its first year.[1] A special edition of the magazine (May 2012 issue)[2] celebrates this new initiative, and the list was first published online on 6 April 2012.[3]

Voting[edit]

Entrants were chosen by a public vote on Gramophone's website, with voters able to choose from a shortlist of over 200 industry figures and musicians chosen by the magazine's editors. The list is intended to be updated on a yearly basis, again, by public vote.

2012 Entrants[edit]

2013 Entrants[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Gramophone Hall of Fame". Gramophone Magazine. Retrieved 10 April 2012.
  2. ^ "Gramophone (May 2012 Edition)". Gramophone, May 2012 Edition. Exact Editions. Retrieved 16 April 2012.
  3. ^ Marc, Zisman. "Le Hall of Fame de Gramophone". Qobuz. Retrieved 10 April 2012.