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Congratulations to the 2023 JUNO Award nominees!

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The nominees for The 52nd Annual JUNO Awards were recently announced, and there are some exciting choral and group singing nominations this year! The winners will be unveiled in Edmonton, Alberta at The JUNO Opening Night Awards Presented by Music Canada on Saturday, March 11 and The JUNO Awards Broadcast on Monday, March 13, broadcasting live on CBC.

From all of us here at Choral Canada, we would like to extend our most sincere congratulations to the following nominees, and to the various composers and music creators who were nominated for a 2023 JUNO Award:
 

Classical Album of the Year: Large Ensemble

  • Handel: Messiah, HWV 56
    ENSEMBLE CAPRICE, ENSEMBLE VOCAL ARTS-QUEBEC, CONDUCTED BY MATTHIAS MAUTE, FEATURING KARINA GAUVIN


Classical Album of the Year: Small Ensemble

  • Nagamo
    ANDREW BALFOUR AND MUSICA INTIMA


Traditional Indigenous Artist or Group of the Year

Global Music Album of the Year

  • Vox.Infold
    DAWN PEMBERTON, INUKSUK MACKAY AND TIFFANY AYALIK OF PIQSIQ, RUSSELL WALLACE, TIFFANY MOSES, SHAMIK BILGI AND RUBY SINGH
     

Choral Canada is cheering you all on! We'd also like to offer a special shoutout to those nominated for the 2023 MusiCounts Teacher of the Year Award.

 

See the full 2023 JUNO Awards nomination list here.

 

 

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