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The Queen's Medal for Music

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The Queen's Medal for Music is an annual award, instituted in 2005, for contribution to the musical life of Great Britain. The expenses of the award come from the Privy Purse.

The Medal may be awarded to people of any nationality. The first recipient was the Australian conductor Sir Charles Mackerras.

Recipients

  • 2005 Sir Charles Mackerras
  • 2006 Bryn Terfel
  • 2007 Judith Weir
  • 2008 Kathryn Tickell
  • 2009 Sir Colin Davis
  • 2010 Dame Emma Kirkby
  • 2011 Nicholas Daniel
  • 2012 National Youth Orchestra of Great Britain
  • 2013 Sir Thomas Allen
  • 2014 Simon Halsey
  • 2015 Oliver Knussen
  • References

    The Queen's Medal for Music Wikipedia


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