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As a core member of the Austin-based Conspirare, Nicole Lamartine has just received two Grammy Award nominations for the professional chorale ensemble’s recent CD, “Threshold of Night.” The nominations are for Best Classical Album and Best Choral Performance.
“I was so excited,” said Lamartine during a telephone interview from Wyoming. “We are such a tight knit group and the second it came out I got an e-mail. It’s such an honor.”
Conspirare, which means with breath or breathing, is an organization of people who love chorale music and are very supportive of each other’s accomplishments, she said. Lamartine, a Los Alamos High School graduate, has performed in venues across the world.
“We recorded the CD nominated for the Grammys at Troy Music Hall in Troy, New York because of its rich history and it’s known to have some of the best acoustics in the world,” she said.
Lamartine praised Conspirare founder, artistic director and conductor Craig Hella Johnson, describing him as a kind-hearted fellow who the ensemble from throughout the country is “enamored with.”
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