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Listen to top Canadian jazz ensembles of Juno Awards past
By
Caroline Szwed

Published

November 22, 2017

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It's official: Canadian music fans can get their 2018 Juno Awards tickets this week, and it's been announced that Michael Bublé will be hosting the show.

To kick off the countdown to the Junos, we're releasing 11 brand new Juno-related streams. Yesterday was our Songwriter of the Year stream; today is Jazz Album of the Year: Group.

Via the stream below, you'll hear the top Canadian jazz ensembles from Junos past. Listen to the best trios, quartets, quintets — and more — who have shaped the Canadian jazz landscape over the past four decades, including work by Metalwood, Hilario Duran Trio, Phil Dwyer Orchestra and Allison Au Quartet.

The top jazz ensembles from across Canada and across the years. Listen to the best trios, quartets, quintets, and more, who have shaped the Canadian jazz landscape over the past 4 decades. Hear: Metalwood, Hilario Duran Trio, Phil Dwyer Orchestra, and Allison Au Quartet.

The 47th annual Juno Awards will take place on March 25, 2018, in Vancouver. We'll be releasing one stream a day over 11 days, so stay tuned to CBC.ca/junos to keep up with the new music. That's also where you'll get all our Juno Awards coverage, and where you'll be able to watch the awards live from the Rogers Centre in 2018.

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