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2 ATMA Classique albums win Opus 2024 awards

On Sunday, February 4, 2024, the 27th Prix Opus Gala was held at Montreal’s Bourgie Hall. Founded in 1996 by the Conseil québécois de la musique (CQM), the Opus Awards reflect the excellence of Quebec’s dynamic music scene.

We are very proud that two ATMA Classique recordings have won Opus Awards!

Congratulations to the brilliant artistic team behind “Massenet: Intégrale des mélodies pour voix et piano“, which won the prize for best classical/romantic/post-romantic album! This enormous 13-CD box set was designed by Marc Boucher and features 17 exceptional singers, plus Olivier Godin on piano.



ACD2 2859 Lumières nordiquesCongratulations also to Canadian oboist Vincent Boilard and the world-renowned Molinari Quartet for their album “Lumières Nordiques“, which won the award for best modern/contemporary music album. Lumières Nordiques includes works by contemporary Canadian composers such as Elizabeth Raum, Stewart Grant, Brian Cherney and Michael Parker.



The ATMA Classique team congratulates all the artists and ensembles on their victories. We’re proud and honored to have played a part in the success of your projects!

Last but not least, a big congratulations to our other award-winning artists: pianist Meagan Milatz “Discovery of the Year”, Olga Ranzenhofer of the Molinari Quartet “Artistic Director of the Year”, Les Violons du Roy “Concert of the Year, Medieval, Renaissance, Baroque – and multiple repertoires”, the Molinari Quartet “Concert of the Year, Modern and Contemporary Music” and Ensemble Caprice “Prix Opus Montréal – Inclusion and Diversity”.

Well done to all!