Many Juno nods for McGill grads

Wed, Feb 8, 2012

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Many Juno nods for McGill grads

The list of 2012 Juno nominees was recently announced, and there is a very strong McGill presence among those honoured. We extend our warm congratulations to all of the extremely talented nominees, and we wish you all the best of luck at the award ceremonies on April 1!

Arcade Fire (incl. Win Butler, BA’04) — Juno Fan Choice Award

Sam Roberts Band (incl. Sam Roberts, BA’98, and James Hall, BA’98) — Group of the Year

Sam Roberts Band — Rock Album of the Year

Braids (three McGill students in the band) — New Group of the Year

Braids — Alternative Album of the Year

Francois Bourassa (BMus’85) Quartet — Contemporary Jazz Album of the Year

Philip Dwyer Orchestra featuring Mark Fewer (Fewer is part of the String Area’s teaching staff at the Schulich School of Music) — Contemporary Jazz Album of the Year

Martin Solveig and Dragonette (incl. Dan Kurtz, BA’93) — Dance Recording of the Year

Jeff Wolpert, MMus’98 — Recording Engineer of the Year

New Orford String Quartet (incl. Jonathan Crow, BMus’98 and Schulich instructors Andrew Wan and Brian Manker) — Classical Album of the Year: Solo or Chamber Music

Marie-Josee Lord, Orchestre Metropolitan, Giuseppe Pietraroia, LMus’88, BMus’89, MMus’92 — Classical Album of the Year: Vocal or Choral Performance

Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra and Daniel Taylor, LMus’92 — Classical Album of the Year: Vocal or Choral Performance

Socalled (Josh Dolgin, BA’00) — World Music Album of the Year

Jose Lourenco, BA’01Video of the Year

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