ATMA Classique

The Montreal-based classical record label ATMA Classique was created in the mid 1990s. The company records musicians from Canada and from many other countries, and its recordings are distributed in over twenty-five different countries, and are available online. A catalogue of more than three hundred recordings includes medieval and contemporary music, and much in between, including traditional, world music, tango, popular song and experimental works. The catalogue also includes recordings which have won Félix (Quebec) and Juno (Canada) Music Awards.

A selection of articles about ATMA Classique

Spotlight. Sensationally Powerful - Gerald Fenech is impressed by Sibelius symphonies recorded in Montreal. '... a quite spectacular addition to this cycle ...'

Echoes of Oblivion by Robert McCarney - Extraordinary Adventures

CD Spotlight. Górecki's Strings - Giuseppe Pennisi compares two recent recordings of Górecki string quartets. '... Quatuor Molinari has a more melancholic approach than the Tippett Quartet.'

CD Spotlight. Imperial Music - Giuseppe Pennisi enjoys a recital by Karina Gauvin. 'Here the listener can appreciate Karina Gauvin's superb phrasing and elegant coloratura.'

CD Spotlight. Previously Unknown - Music by Silvius Leopold Weiss, heard by Ron Bierman. '... difficult to improve upon ...'