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ATMA's finalists for 2019 Opus Prizes

Eight ATMA Classique recordings have been nominated for 2019 OPUS prizes!
The nominees are: 

John Dowland: Lachrimae, Les Voix humaines, Nigel North,
Schieferlein: Sonates en trio, Pallade Musica, Anne Thivierge
Vivaldi: Concertos pour flûte à bec, Arion Orchestre Baroque, Vincent Lauzer, Alex Weimann
Fauré: Intégrale des mélodies pour voix et piano, Hélène Guilmette, Julie Boulianne, Antonio Figueroa, Marc Boucher, Olivier Godin
Lux, Choeur de l'Église St. Andrew and St. Paul, Jonathan Oldengarm, Jean-Sébastien Vallée,
Stravinski - Prokofiev, David Jalbert
Klezmer Dreams, André Moisan, Quatuor Molinari, Jean Saulnier
Par quatre chemins, New Orford String Quartet



ATMA Nominees at the 2018 ADISQ GALA
ATMA Classique has received five nominations for Felix awards 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 2018 awards will be handed o
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