Perfect score for Hubert Lenoir: his latest album, Pictura de ipse: direct music, was selected on the short list of the 2022 Polaris Prize, such as his first solo effort, Darlène, in 2018.
< p>Voted on the basis of artistic criteria by a jury made up of members of the Canadian music press, the Polaris Prize is awarded each year to the album of the year in the country.
La courte list, consisting of ten albums, is announced on Wednesday. Chiac Disco, by Lisa LeBlanc, is also included. It is also a second selection at the final stage of the Polaris Prize for Acadian, after the inclusion of Why You Wanna Leave, Runaway Queen?, in 2017.
The winner of the Polaris Prize will be announced on September 19.
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