We don’t like to toot our own horn, or stroke our own mane, but we’re delighted to be recognized by a number of organizations for awards this fall and wanted to share the news with you.

Music New Brunswick has nominated The Olympic Symphonium for several awards for their fifth studio album, Beauty In The Tension. Vote now.

– Album of the Year
– Group Recording of the Year
– SOCAN Song of the Year (Choral Voices)
– Folk Artist of the Year

At Music Nova Scotia‘s annual Nova Scotia Music Week festival/conference, we’re up for:

– Company of the Year
– Manager of the Year (Kyle Cunjak)

We were also nominated in the category of ‘Best Local Record Label’ for The Coast‘s annual ‘Best of Halifax’ awards, which will be announced next month.



We are extremely pleased to be bringing one of our favourite artists to Atlantic Canada.
Azniv Korkejian, who makes music under the moniker Bedouine, draws on folk and 70s country – compelling influences, but not necessarily the music that surrounded her early on in life.

Born in Aleppo, Syria, to Armenian parents, Korkejian spent her early childhood in Saudi Arabia. After her family won the green-card lottery, she moved to the U.S. at the age of 10. Paying homage to folks magnets like Nick Drake, Joni Mitchell, and Leonard Cohen, but in her own startlingly unique voice and lush arrangements, Korkejian’s 2017 debut as Bedouine is “a modern folk masterpiece” (The FADER) from “a future legend” (The New York Times), and “one of the most charming albums of the year” (The Guardian).

January 26 – Halifax, NS: Bus Stop Theatre // tickets

Bedouine will be joined by Jennah Barry, the Mahone Bay “folk legend” (The Coast) for this event, which is part of the In The Dead of Winter festival.