2015 grants

The 2015-2016 grants of the Music Promotion Fund of the GMMQ were awarded to the projects of Orchestre symphonique de la vallée du Haut-Saint-Laurent ($ 1000), Jennifer Gasoi ($500) and Choros ($500). Congratulations!

The objective of this fund is to support and encourage initiatives that contribute to the artistic development of Quebec musicians. The GMMQ congratulates the recipients of the Music Promotion Fund grants.

Winners will officially receive their grants of Music Promotion Fund on October 20, during the upcoming General meeting.


L'Orchestre symphonique de la vallée du Haut-Saint-Laurent

Located in the heart of the region which he proudly bears the name, the Orchestre Symphonique de la Vallée-du-Haut-Saint-Laurent (OSVHSL) defines itself as a dynamic response to the various challenges facing it in terms of its cultural professional structures. Thus, it is positioned as a tour orchestra and plans to diffuse each of its programs in various cities of the VHSL who could technically afford it.
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Jennifer Gasoi

2013 Grammy Award-winning and two-time JUNO-nominated singer/songwriter Jennifer Gasoi is quickly making a name for herself in the world of children’s music. Jennifer has a unique gift for writing and performing upbeat, intelligent, jazz-based children’s songs that adults love too. The lyrics are clever, the melodies catchy, and the rhythms undeniably danceable.
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Choros was founded in the winter of 2013 when five musicians, having previously crossed paths in various ways, decided to unite to achieve their common goal of a new, dynamic ensemble. Choros creates its own sound and vision while exploring repertoire composed and arranged for woodwind quintet. For the members of Choros, playing in this ensemble is an inspiring adventure, giving them a unique way to communicate with their audience through both traditional quintet repertoire and newly composed works.
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