Artists from Naxos of America Family of Distributed Labels are Honored with Eight Juno Award Nominations

The 39th Annual JUNO Awards will be announced on Saturday, April 17 at the St. John’s Convention Centre at Mile One Centre in St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador. On February 3, The Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (CARAS) … Read More →


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Podcast: An Interview With Susie Napper

An interview with gamba player Susie Napper as she discusses her ongoing love affair with the viol da gamba. The music in this podcast comes from a recording featuring Susie Napper and Margaret Little playing music by Sainte-Colombe for two … Read More →


ATMA Celebrates Olivier Messiaen’s 100th Birthday with A New Recording of Chants de Terre et de Ciel Featuring Soprano Suzie Leblanc

On September 30, the Montreal-based label ATMA-Classique releases the latest recording featuring renowned soprano Suzie LeBlanc, devoted to songs by Olivier Messiaen. Works featured include the1938 song cycle Chants de terre et de ciel, as well as Trois melodies (1930); … Read More →


New from ATMA-Classique in August; Lawes’ Harp Consorts featuring Les Voix Humaines and Maxine Eilander

ATMA-Classique releases the latest recording by acclaimed early and Baroque music ensemble Les Voix Humaines, entitled William Lawes: The Harp Consorts (ATMA-Classique ACD2 2372). For this recording, Les Voix regulars-gambists Susie Napper and Margaret Little-collaborate with renowned harpist Maxine Eilander, … Read More →


AY!! AMOR… Songs of Love and Songs of Women featuring the ensemble Constantinople and acclaimed French-Moroccan singer Françoise Atlan

Naxos releases a new recording on ATMA-Classique by the acclaimed Montréal-based ensemble Constantinople. Ay!! Amor… Songs of Love and Songs of Women is a mosaic of love songs from Persia (modern-day Iran), Armenia, Turkey, Spain, and France and features the … Read More →