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OSM - Saint-Saens, Moussa, Saarihao wins JUNO Award for for 'Best Classical Album of the Year - Large Ensemble'

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Since its founding in 1934, the Orchestre symphonique de Montréal has distinguished itself as a leader in the orchestral life of Canada and Québec. A cultural ambassador of the highest order, the Orchestra has earned an enviable reputation internationally through the quality of its many recordings and tours. The OSM carries on that rich tradition under the leadership of its Music Director, Kent Nagano, while featuring innovative programming aimed at updating the orchestral repertoire and deepening the Orchestra's connection with the community. The OSM has made over 100 recordings for Decca, EMI, Philips, CBC Records, Analekta, ECM and Sony as well as on its own label, which have earned it some 50 national and international awards.

Congratulations to the Orchestre symphonique de Montréal, Kent Nagano, Olivier Latry and Jean-Willy Kunz on winning The JUNO Awards for Best Classical Album of the Year - Large Ensemble!!  VIEW THE PAGE