The voting results of the 1,200-member Polish Phonographic Academy were announced on April 24 during the gala award ceremony at the Sala Kongresowa in Warsaw. An honor similar to the American Grammy Awards, the 2014 Fryderyk trophies were awarded in 34 categories of popular, classical and jazz music.

Winners in Classical Music:

  • Artist of the Year: Piotr BECZAŁA
  • Album of the Year in Choral, Oratorio, and Opera: baritone Andrzej DOBBER – “Arias” (DUX 0959)
  • Album of the Year in Early Music and Baroque: harpsichordist Wladyslaw KŁOSIEWICZ – “Francois Couperin – Pieces de clavecin” (
  • Album of the Year in Chamber Music: saxophonist Paweł GUSNAR“Saxophone Varie” (with pianist Julia SAMOJŁO, harpist Zuzanna ELSTER, harpsichordist Alina RATKOWSKA, and organist Jan BOKSZCZANIN  (DUX 0992)
  • Album of the Year in Symphony and Concert Music: “Kilar: Angelus | Exodus | Victoria” (DUX 0966)
  • Album of the Year in Contemporary Music: Marian BORKOWSKI – “Choral Works” (DUX 0995)
  • Solo Recital Album of the Year: Katarzyna BUDNIK-GAŁĄZKA – “Viola Recital” (DUX 0932)
  • Album of the Year for Best Polish Music Abroad:  Rafał BLECHACZ – “Chopin: Polonaises” (Deutsche Grammophon)

Winners in Jazz: