Juno Award for Classical Composition of the Year


Juno Award for Classical Composition of the Year

=Winners=

Best Classical Composition (1987)

*Malcolm Forsyth, "Atayoskewin"

*Donald Steven, "Pages of Solitary Delights"

Best Classical Composition (1989 - 2002)

*1989 - Alexina Louie, "Songs Of Paradise"

*1990 - Oskar Morawetz, "Concerto For Harp and Chamber Orchestra"

*1991 - R. Murray Schafer, "String Quartet No.5 - 'Rosalind'"

*1992 - Michael Conway Baker, "Concerto For Piano & Chamber Orchestra"

*1993 - R. Murray Schafer, "Concerto For Flute and Orchestra"

*1994 - Chan Ka Nin, "Among Friends"

*1995 - Malcolm Forsyth, "Sketches From Natal"

*1996 - Andrew P. MacDonald, "Concerto For Violin And Orchestra"

*1997 - Harry Somers, "Picasso Suite (1964)"

*1998 - Malcolm Forsyth, "Electra Rising"

*1999 - Colin McPhee, "Concerto For Wind Orchestra"

*2000 - Alexina Louie, "Shattered Night, Shivering Stars"

*2001 - Oskar Morawetz, "From The Diary Of Anne Frank"

*2002 - Chan Ka Nin, "Par-çi, par-la"

Classical Composition of the Year (2003 - Present)

*2003 - Bramwell Tovey, "Requiem for a Charred Skull"

*2004 - R. Murray Schafer, "String Quartet No. 8"

*2005 - Istvan Anhalt, "The Tents of Abraham"


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