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ATMA's finalists for 2017 Opus Prizes

Six ATMA Classique recordings have been nominated for 2017 OPUS prizes in three different categories!
The nominees are:

Album of the year: Medieval, Renaissance, or Baroque music:

- Las Ciudades de Oro, L'Harmonie des saisons, Mélisande Corriveau, Eric Milnes
- Pardessus de viole, Mélisande Corriveau, Eric Milnes
- Vivaldi : Concertos, Les Violons du Roy, Mathieu Lussier


Album of the year : Classical, Romantic, Post-romantic or Impressionist music :

- Mahler 10, Yannick Nézet-Séguin, Orchestre Métropolitain

Album of the year: Modern or contemporary music:

- Pierrot Lunaire, Ingrid Schmithüsen
- Respighi : Il Tramonto, Orchestre symphonique de Laval, Alain Trudel, Isabel Bayrakdarian


The prizes will be awarded at the Opus Prize Gala on Sunday February 5, 2017, at salle Bourgie, Musée des beaux-arts de Montréal. 
Best of luck to all the nominees!

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