2005 Voice

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Laureates

Sin-Nyung-Hwang

SIN NYUNG HWANG, soprano
South Korea

First grand prize
granted by the Quebec Government
$25,000

Peter-McGillivray

PETER McGILLIVRAY,  baritone
Canada

Second grand prize
granted by Canadian Heritage
$15,000

Jean A. Chalmers Award to the best Canadian candidate
granted by The Canadian Opera Volunteer Committee
$10 000

Elena-Xanthoudakis

ELENA XANTHOUDAKIS, soprano
Australia

Third grand prize
granted by Alcoa
$7,500

Best Interpretation of the Imposed Canadian Work Award
granted by the City of Montreal
$5,000

Phillip-Addis

PHILLIP ADDIS, baritone
Canada

Fourth prize ex-aequo
granted by the National Bank and Gaz Métro
$4,500

Joseph Rouleau Award
granted by Interinvest to the best candidate from Quebec
$7,500

CBC Galaxie Rising Stars Award
for the best opera performance by a Canadian
$5,000

Anna-Kasyan

ANNA KASYAN, soprano
Géorgie

Fourth prize ex-aequo
granted by the National Bankand Gaz Métro
$4,500

Chantal-Dionne

CHANTAL DIONNE, soprano
Canada

Sixth prize
granted by CGI
$3,000

 
Lauren-Skuce
LAUREN SKUCE, soprano

United States

People’s Choice Award “Tribute to Richard Verreau”
granted by Hydro-Québec
$2,500


Jury

Carlo Bergonzi (Italy)
Mario Bernardi (Canada)
Eduardo del Campo (Spain)
Dame Gwyneth Jones (United Kingdom)
Tom Krause (Finland)
Joseph Rouleau (Canada)
Shirley Verrett (United States)

Compulsory Canadian Work 

Amore | Jocelyn Morlock

Orchestra

Orchestre du CMIM

Conductor

Daniel Lipton