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Nicole Beausoleil Receives APEM’s Christopher-J.-Reed Prize


Canadian Songwriters Hall of Fame Board Member Nicole Beausoleil is the recipient of the ninth annual Christopher-J.-Reed Prize awarded by the APEM! The Award is presented annually to an individual who is committed to the professional music community, demonstrates a high regard for creators and copyright, and has made a significant contribution to the music publishing profession.

Nicole Beausoleil is a singer-songwriter, as well as the president and founder of Les Productions Nicole Beausoleil, a music publishing and rights management company. Nicole has over thirty years of experience in the music and copyright industry. From 1988 to 1996, she worked for SOCAN as an information officer. In 1996, she founded Les Productions Nicole Beausoleil, which offers the music community publishing and rights management with confidentiality, integrity and diligence. Its client list includes more than 600 audiovisual broadcasters around the world.

Nicole has been on the Board of Directors for the Canadian Songwriters Hall of Fame since 2018, and we are pleased to congratulate her on this well-deserved award!

The award ceremony is presented by SOCAN and will take place on the sidelines of the Rendez-Vous Pros des Francos in Montréal the afternoon of Friday, September 10, 2021.

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