Two Delphian albums have been shortlisted for this year's Gramophone Classical Music Awards

Martin Suckling's 'The Tuning' features alongside Ensemble Pro Victoria's debut album of Robert Fayrfax's sacred choral music in the Contemporary and Early Music categories respectively.

The complete list of recordings that form the second round of the Gramophone Classical Music Awards 2022 has been revealed in a free-to-view digital magazine.

From this list of celebrated recordings, an album will be chosen as the winner in each of the 11 recording categories, and from that shortlist, a single album will be named 'Recording of the Year’ on October 4, with an online stream available to watch from October 7th.


We offer our hearty congratulations to Martin and Ensemble Pro Victoria - along with all the musicians involved in the making of these two exceptional recordings.

Martin Suckling: The Tuning

Aurora Orchestra | Christopher Glynn | Marta Fontanals-Simmons | Frances Leviston

The everyday is transfigured in this intimate collection of chamber music and songs by leading young Scottish composer Martin Suckling

"Suckling is at his imaginative best... " Gramophone Editor's Choice

Robert Fayrfax: Music for Tudor Kings & Queens

Ensemble Pro Victoria | Toby Ward

Ensemble Pro Victoria’s young professionals bring both freshness and individuality to Fayrfax’s music in the five hundredth anniversary year of his death

"The latest vocal ensemble to receive Delphian's quality mark... "
Gramophone Editor's Choice