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L'Orchestre Métropolitain wins a Félix

Congratulations to Orchestre Métropolitain and Yannick Nézet-Séguin, who won a Felix prize in Montreal last night in the Classical Album of the Year/Orchestra and large ensemble category for their recording of Mahler Symphony No. 10!

The recording was among four nominations garnered by ATMA Classique for the annual ADISQ Gala (Association québécoise de l'industrie du disque). Founded in 1978, ADISQ’s mandate is to promote and develop Québec’s music industry.

The complete Mahler album is available here for download: 

“A highly sensitive, elegantly phrased and very well-paced reading from Orchestre Métropolitain under Yannick Nézet-Séguin.”

Jean R. Dupré, OM's President-General Director (left) and Lise Beauchamp, OM's Principal Oboe (right), 
accepting the award at the ADISQ Premier Gala at the Métropolis in Montréal on October 27.

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