Prizes

 

ECHO KLASSIK 2017 Prize

Best 20th-21st century chamber music recording
György Kurtág, The complete string quartets

 

OPUS Prize 2016-17

Recording of the year – Modern, contemporary music
György Kurtág, The complete string quartets

 

OPUS Prize 2014-2015

Concert of the year – Montreal
The Quartet According to Shostakovich, 27-30 mai 2015

 

Concert of the year – Modern and contemporary music
The Quartet According to Shostakovich, 27-30 mai 2015

 

Recording of the year – Modern, contemporary music
Sofia Gubaidulina, Complete String Quartets, Reflections on the theme B-A-C-H, Quintet, Trio, Freue Dich !

 

OPUS Prize 2012-2013

Concert of the year – Montreal
The Quartet According to the Second Viennese School, March 2, 2013

 

OPUS Prize 2010-2011

Concert of the year – Montreal
The last four quartets by Shostakovich, November 26, 2010

 

 OPUS Prize 2009-2010

Concert of the year – Modern and Contemporary Music
The Quartet According to Schnittke, March 20, 2010, Conservatory of Music, Montreal

 

Concert of the year – Montreal
The Quartet According to Schnittke, March 20, 2010, Conservatory of Music, Montreal

 

OPUS Prize 2007-2008

Concert of the year – Modern and contemporary Music
Mutual Influences, February 8, 2008, Redpath Hall

 

OPUS Prize 2006-2007 *

Concert of the Year – Montreal (Bartók string quartet cycle concert)
Concert of the Year – Modern, contemporary music (Bartók string quartet cycle concert)

 

Académie Charles-Cros (France)

Heartthrob Contemporary music for string quartet (March 2004)

 

Juno Award 2004

Juno Awards for the best new work
to R. Murray Schafer for his 8th String Quartet, recorded by the Molinari Quartet, on ATMA Classique  label

 

Juno Award 2001

In nomination for a Juno Award 2001 in the category of Best Classical Album:
Solo or Chamber Ensemble for the recording of R. Murray Schafer’s seven string quartets on Atma Classic label.

 

Grand prize MUCAC

Music Laureate for the Grand Prix 2000 of the Montreal Urban Community Arts Council.

 

OPUS Prize 2002-2003

Recording of the year – Modern, contemporary music :
Quartet no 8, Beauty and the Beast and Theseus by R. Murray Schafer, ATMA Classique

 

OPUS Prize 2000-2001

Concert of the Year – Modern, contemporary, electroacoustic music
March 23, 2000

 

Recording of the year – Modern, contemporary, electroacoustic music:
Seven String Quartets by R. Murray Schafer, ATMA Classique.

 

The article of the year 
Îles de la Nuit, Parcours dans l’oeuvre pour quatuor à cordes de R.M. Schafer., Jean Portugais et Olga Ranzenhofer

 

OPUS Prize 1999-2000

Concert of the Year – Montreal
Concert 7 string quartets by R.M. Schafer, 1999-12-11

 

Concert of the Year
New, contemporary, electroacoustic music, jazz. (Concert of the 7 string quartets by R.M. Schafer, 1999-12-11)

 

The personality of the Year: Olga Ranzenhofer
violinist and artistic director of the Molinari Quartet

 

OPUS Prize 1998-99

Nominations 1998-99

Concert of the Year – Montreal
Concert of the Year – New, contemporary, electroacoustic music, jazz (2 nominations)

 

OPUS Prize 1997-98

Discovery of the Year
Recording of the Year
Jazz or world music: Les Vacances de Monsieur Lambert (participation)

 

Recording of the Year
Bestseller: Les Vacances de Monsieur Lambert (participation)

 

*Awarded by the Quebec Music Council, the Opus Prizes underline musical excellence on the Quebec concert stage

*The Juno awards, are Canada’s recording industry prizes

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Juno award