CELEBRATING THE ART OF CONTEPORARY MUSIC COMPOSITION

CEREMONY ARCHIVE

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Andra East, LSO Choral Projects Manager collects on behalf of Jonathan Dove who won the British Composer Award for Amateur or Young Performers 2016 for The Monster in the Maze
BBC Radio 3 Presenters and British Composer Awards 2016 Hosts, Andrew McGregor and Sarah Walker
British Composer Awards on stage at the BFI Southbank, London
Claudia Molitor collects the British Composer Award for Sonic Art 2016 for Sonorama
PRS for Music Chairman Guy Fletcher with BASCA CEO Vick Bain and BASCA Chairman Crispin Hunt
Innovation Recipient Jennifer Walshe with Nominees Leo Chadburn, Laurence Crane and Brian Irvine at the 2016 British Composer Awards
Joe Cutler wins the British Composer Award for Contemporary Jazz Composition 2016
Jennifer Walshe collected the British Composer Award for Innovation 2016
John Webb wins the British Composer Award for Community or Educational Project 2016 for Into the Light
Judy Lipsey, publicist for Shri Sriram collects the British Composer Award for Wind Band or Brass Band on his behalf
Leo Chadburn wins the Chamber Ensemble category for Freezywater
Maddie Cutter performs Honeyed Words by Anna Meredith at the 2016 British Composer Awards
Mark Bowden collects the 2016 British Composer Award for Solo or Duo for Five Memos
Nominee Alex Nikiporenko and guest at the 2016 British Composer Awards
Nominee David Bruce and guest at the 2016 British Composer Awards
Nominee Emily Howard and guest at the 2016 British Composer Awards
Nominee Hanna Tuulikki and guest at the 2016 British Composer Awards
Sonic Art Nominee Magz Hall with guest at the 2016 British Composer Awards
Contemporary Jazz Composition Nominee Mark Lockheart and guests at the British Composer Awards 2016
Contemporary Jazz Composition Nominee Sorana Santos and guests at the 2016 British Composer Awards

The 2016 British Composer Awards took place at the BFI Southbank on Tuesday 6 December from 5pm to 10pm.  

The ceremony, hosted by BBC Radio 3 presenters Andrew McGregor and Sarah Walker, included a performance of Honeyed Words by Anna Meredith and a keynote speech by composer Gerard McBurney.

It will be broadcast on Hear and Now on BBC Radio 3 on Saturday 10 December.