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Past Nominees + Winners

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1975

Most Promising Male Vocalist of the Year

1975

Producer of the Year

1975
1975

Producer of the Year

1975

Producer of the Year

1975

Producer of the Year

1975

Producer of the Year

1975

Producer of the Year

1975

Producer of the Year

1979
Toronto Boroque Trio A Baroque Bouquet

Best Classical Album of the Year

1979
Liona Maria Boyd First Lady of the Guitar

Best Classical Album of the Year

1979

Best Classical Album of the Year

1979
Glenn Gould Roxolana Roslak Hindemith; Das Marienleben

Best Classical Album of the Year

1979
The Orford String Quartet The Orford String Quartet

Best Classical Album of the Year

1985
David Foster Chicago 17 - Chicago

Producer of the Year

1986
Greg Masuak Luba How Many (Rivers to Cross) - Luba

Best Video

1986
Rob Quartly Gowan Cosmetics - Gowan

Best Video

1986
Rob Quartly Glass Tiger Don't Foget Me (When I'm Gone) - Glass Tiger

Best Video

1986
Rob Quartly Ian Thomas Harmony - Ian Thomas

Best Video

The JUNOS were established in 1971. All awards dated 1970 are RPM Gold Leaf Awards. Read more about RPM Awards.

CARAS rescheduled the 1988 ceremony from fall to spring 1989. As a result, there was no 1988 JUNO Awards show.

8034 TOTAL NOMINEES