2012 Voice

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Laureates

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PHILIPPE SLY, baritone-bass
Canada

First Prize
$30,000

Jean A. Chalmers Award for the Best Canadian Artist
Offered by ARIAS (formerly Canadian Opera Volunteer Committee)
$10,000

Joseph Rouleau Award for the Best Artist from Quebec
$5,000

Award for the Best Performance of the Compulsory Canadian Work
$5,000

Radio-Canada’s People’s Choice Award
$5,000

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OLGA KINDLER, soprano
Swiss

Second Prize
$15,000

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JOHN BRANCY

United States

Third Prize
$10,000

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YURI GORODETSKI ténor

Belarus

Atma Classique Award
CD Recording

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MIMC Grant

For the 5 unranked finalists
2 000 $

Won Whi Choi, ténor
South Korea

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Emily Duncan-Brown, soprano

Canada

 

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Yuri Gorodetski, ténor

BieloRussia

 

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Sidney Outlaw, baryton

United States

 

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Andréanne Paquin, soprano

Canada

 


Jury

Sir Thomas Allen (United Kingdom)
Edith D. Bers (United States)
Jean-Pierre Brossmann (France)
Joseph Rouleau (Canada)
Kwamé Ryan (Canada)
Renata Scotto (Italy)
Dmitry Vdovin (Russia)
Edith Wiens (Canada)

Compulsory Canadian Work 

Daybreak | John Estacio

Orchestra

Orchestre symphonique de Montréal

Conductor

Alain Trudel