Alumni News: The Long List for the 2020 Polaris Prize

Ashley Alumni News, Metalworks News

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The Long List of 2020 Polaris Prize nominees is in and it’s wonderful to see four Metalworks Institute graduates credited on nominated projects!

Juno Award-winning recording engineer Riley Bell, a graduate of our Professional Sound & Business (Studio Production Major) Diploma Program has mixing, mastering and recording credits on Daniel Caesar’s “Case Study 01” and mixing credits on Jessie Reyez’s “Before Love Came to Kill Us”; Multi-Platinum certified Grammy Award-winning producer and engineer Noel Cadastre, award-winning recording engineer and record producer Jeff Crake, and platinum-certified recording engineer Greg Moffett, all graduates of our Audio Production & Engineering Diploma Program, are credited on DVSN’s “A Muse In Her Feelings”; and last but not least, Shin Kamiyama, a graduate of our Audio Production & Engineering Diploma Program has recording engineering credits on The Weeknd’s record breaking album “After Hours”.

Established in 2006, The Polaris Music Prize is a music award annually given to the best full-length Canadian album based on artistic merit, regardless of genre, sales, or record label. Congratulations and good luck to all the nominees!


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