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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



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Frank Horvat
One of the most inventive songwriters to come out of the contemporary scene in Canada, Frank Horvat is an award-winning composer whose music explores a wide array of themes — from love to social justice issues.
André Moisan
Marking his fortieth year as a professional musician, André Moisan has enjoyed a rich career that has seen him perform as a soloist, a chamber musician, and as a member of the OSM, establishing an international reputation for his mastery of his instrument