Grammy Award for Best Small Ensemble Performance

The Grammy Award for Best Small Ensemble Performance (from 2013: Best Chamber Music/Small Ensemble Performance) has been awarded since 1997. In its early years, its title included the addition "(with or without a conductor)".

In 1991 the Grammy for Best Chamber Music Performance also included small ensemble performances.

2012 overhaul and 2013 renaming

In 2012 the category was combined with the Best Chamber Music Performance category.

The restructuring of these categories was a result of the Recording Academy's wish to decrease the list of categories and awards. According to the Academy, "the Chamber category was folded into the Small Ensemble category, the only distinction having been the number of players in the group (Chamber being smaller), and the fact that Small Ensemble recording could, though not necessarily, employ a conductor." [1] In the new structure, recordings are eligible if the ensemble contains 24 or fewer members, not including the conductor. There is one award for the ensemble and one for the conductor, if applicable.

In 2013, the category was renamed as Best Chamber Music/Small Ensemble Performance.

Years reflect the year in which the Grammy Awards were presented, for works released in the previous year.




Grammy Awards of 2015


Grammy Awards of 2014


Grammy Awards of 2013 Eighth Blackbird for Meanwhile


Grammy Awards of 2012


Grammy Awards of 2011

Grammy Awards of 2010


Grammy Awards of 2009

Grammy Awards of 2008

Grammy Awards of 2007

Grammy Awards of 2006

Grammy Awards of 2005

Grammy Awards of 2004

Grammy Awards of 2003

Grammy Awards of 2002

Grammy Awards of 2001

Grammy Awards of 2000


Grammy Awards of 1999

Grammy Awards of 1998

Grammy Awards of 1997


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