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Klô Pelgag Wins Four at 2021 Premier ADISQ Gala

| November 6, 2021

In the first of two 2021 recording artist galas to honour the best music coming out of the province of Quebec, it is Klô Pelgag who came out on top. She took home a total of four Félix trophies for wins in the categories of Alternative Album of the Year, Critics’ Choice, International Collaboration of the Year, and Music Video of the Year. Her female counterparts also scored big; Charlotte Cardin won three and Roxane Bruneau two. The televised Main Gala will take place Sunday November 7 handing out trophies in the remaining categories. Find winners in selected categories from the Premier Gala below.

ALTERNATIVE ALBUM OF THE YEAR
Notre‐Dame‐des‐Sept‐Douleurs, Klô Pelgag

ENGLISH LANGUAGE ALBUM OF THE YEAR
Phoenix, Charlotte Cardin

ALBUM OF THE YEAR – OTHER LANGUAGE
Renegade Breakdown, Marie Davidson & L’Œil Nu

ALBUM OF THE YEAR – CRITICS’ CHOICE
Notre‐Dame‐des‐Sept‐Douleurs, Klô Pelgag

CLASSICAL ALBUM OF THE YEAR – SOLOIST OR SMALL ENSEMBLE
Beethoven ‐ Intégrale des Sonates pour violon et piano Vol. 2: Nos 1, 2, 3, 5, Charles Richard‐Hamelin, Andrew Wan

FOLK ALBUM OF THE YEAR
Toute beauté n’est pas perdue, Vincent Vallières

JAZZ ALBUM OF THE YEAR
Jazz Vol. 1, Jordan Officer

ELECTRONIC ALBUM OF THE YEAR
Juvenile, CRi

WORLD MUSIC ALBUM OF THE YEAR
Pescador De Sueños, Ramon Chicharron

POP ALBUM OF THE YEAR
Acrophobie, Roxane Bruneau

ALBUM OF THE YEAR – REINTERPRETATION
Histoires sans paroles ‐ Harmonium symphonique, Harmonium, OSM

ROCK ALBUM OF THE YEAR
Les nuits de Repentigny, Les Cowboys Fringants

ALBUM OF THE YEAR – POPULAR SUCCESS
Acrophobie, Roxane Bruneau

TRADITIONAL ALBUM OF THE YEAR
Repères, Bon Débarras

ARTIST OF THE YEAR WITH MOST REACH OUTSIDE QUEBEC
Charlotte Cardin

INTERNATIONAL COLLABORATION OF THE YEAR
Klô Pelgag et Pomme pour la chanson Sorcières

VIDEO OF THE YEAR
Mélamine, Klô Pelgag

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