Classical Vocal Album of the Year on iTunes

2012 December 13
by Phoenix Chorale

CHSA5100On December 13, 2012, the Phoenix Chorale’s “Northern Lights: Choral Works by Ola Gjeilo” was named Best Classical Vocal Album of the Year on iTunes’ Best of 2012.

Northern Lights is still the top selling title for Chandos Records in the US for the year, climbing industry charts and coming in at #4 on the Billboard Traditional Classical chart and climbing to #5 on the United Kingdom’s Gramophone Specialist Classical Chart.

iTunes Best of 2012 >> (scroll to Classical section)

Watch the video >>

Read the news release >>

Gjeilo: Northern Lights - Ola Gjeilo, Harrington String Quartet, Charles Bruffy, Phoenix Chorale, Emmanuel Lopez, Alison Chaney & Ted Belledin

 

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Facebook posts:

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STEP 2. Then post a status, linking to the Phoenix Chorale Musician/Band page with something like this (copy and paste):
Congrats to PhoenixChorale on ‘Northern Lights: Choral Works by Ola Gjeilo’ named Best Classical Vocal Album of the Year on iTunes Best of 2012! http://on.fb.me/SUGPnj

Twitter:

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YouTube:

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2 Responses leave one →
  1. 2012 December 13
    Judd Rinsema permalink

    Northern Lights is my favorite of the year. I have gifted it multiple times and have recommended it to all who enjoy the best quality of choral music

  2. 2012 December 17
    Phoenix Chorale permalink

    Thanks Judd! We are thrilled you enjoy it enough to share it with friends.

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