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JUNO Award Nominations for ATMA!

Congratulations to ATMA recordings and artists who have received nominations for 2017 JUNO Awards! The Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (CARAS) announced the nominees who will vie for the nation's highest music honour at a press conference in Toronto today.

The ATMA nominees for 2017 JUNO Awards are:

Classical Album of the Year:                                           
Vocal or choral

Johanna Winkel, soprano  
Johannette Zomer, soprano Mathieu Lussier
James Laing, countertenor
Zachary Wilder, tenor
Matthew Brook, bass baritone
Arion Orchestre Baroque
Alexander Weimann, direction

Classical Album of the Year:
Solo or Chamber ensemble

Janina Fialkowska

Classical Album of the Year:
Large ensemble

Les Violons du Roy
Mathieu Lussier, direction

Congratulations to all of the artists on their nominations!

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