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Nominations aplenty for DAME!

Monday, December 8, 2003 New releases

It is the time of the Year where award nominations are revealed and DAME musicians are harvesting plenty. Pierre Cartier («Dis, Blaise…»), Tim Brady (Unison Rituals), the {nbio:frith_fr}, {nbio:derome_je}, {nbio:tanguay_pi}, {nbio:boisen_my} quartet (All is bright…) and Lori Freedman (À un moment donné) all received nominations to the Opus prizes, handed out yearly by the Conseil québécois de la musique (Québec Musical Council, CQM). Moreover, {nbio:freedman_lo} (clarinet), Pierre Tanguay (percussions), Tom Walsh (trombone) and Jean Derome (musician of the Year) are also nominated for the National Jazz Awards. The public is invited to vote online [now closed].

February 27, 2003: Moments with Lori Freedman…

Friday, January 31, 2003 In concert

Wonderful Lori Freedman will be the guest musician of the next Bradyworks concert February 26, 2003 at Montréal’s Oscar Peterson Hall, featuring composers Tim Brady and Wende Bartley. At La Sala Rossa (Montréal) the following night, February 27, she will participate to the “Tentacules” concert series, with musicians Cléo Palatio-Quintin and Martin Tétreault. Lori’s presence will also be notable the two first weeks of February 2003, when she and Danielle Palardy Roger will be giving several radio interviews about their recent releases.