Awards are markers of moments when everything seemed to go right.
Here’s just a sampling of some of Jaeger’s significant awards:
Schafer 5, a recording produced by David Jaeger for the Centrediscs Label won two JUNO awards: 1. Best Classical Recording – Chamber Music – The Orford String Quartet, and 2. Best Classical Composition – R. Murray Schafer: String Quartet No. 5.
Awarded Gold, Silver & Bronze medals at the International Radio Festival of New York.
Co-winner (with Sandy Thacker & Pascale Labrie) of a President’s Award for the Evolution project.
Tabu Tabuhan – the music of Colin McPhee, a recording produced for CBC Records (along with Anton Kwiatkowski) won the JUNO for Best Classical Composition: Concerto for Wind Orchestra
Requiem for a Charred Skull by Bramwell Tovey – a recording produced with the Hannaford Street Silver Band won the JUNO for Classical Composition of the Year.
Concertos: Music of Jacques Hetu – a recording David produced (with Karen Wilson) with the CBC Radio Orchestra won the JUNO for Classical Album of the Year: Large Ensemble
Wild Bird – a recording Jaeger produced with Duo Concertante (Nancy Dahn and Timothy Steeves) for the Centrediscs label won the JUNO for Classical Composition of the Year for the Duo for violin and piano by R. Murray Schafer.
Sepia Fragments by Derek Charke – a recording produced by David Jaeger with the St. Lawrence String Quartet on the Centrediscs label
Incarnation – a recording produced with Duo Concertante (Nancy Dahn and Timothy Steeves) for the Marquis Classics label won the East Coast Music Award for Classical Recording of the Year.
Named a Member of the Order of Canada
Duo Concertante’s Perfect Light was named ECMA (East Coast Music Awards) Classical Album of the Year.