Hi everyone and welcome on my profile,
A little bit about me: I own a bachelor degree in classical music performance from McGill University and a master degree from Montreal University. Along the way, I always nurtured other style of music in my playing. I played rock bands, metal groups, jazz trios, string quartet etc…
I’m calling myself an hybrid violinist because I gig as much with symphony orchestras then on big pop music production.
I made a living by touring the world with Cirque du Soleil on the show Varekai. I was playing the violin and electric violin as the soloist on the show.
I also produce my own music, create and do a lots of studio work.
I can’t live without music and if you stopped here, it’s probably because you have that hitch too.
I’m here to show you the route and make you a better musician.
Whatever your level, I'll take you from where are and make you a better artist and violinist.
I started a lot of beginners, but I also teach a lot of advanced players that wants to improve their playing and want to tap into more music styles, effects pedals, know more about amplification or get ready for their gigs. I'll guide out throughout all of the unknown to make you ready for your next big concerts. I'm patient, very open minded and i'll make my very best to share my knowledge, experience and passion to you. Book your first lesson now and start working together!
Bachelor in music performance - McGill University
Master in music performance - Montreal University
Certificate in music production - Berklee College of Music
Saskatchewan arts board
Lorraine Vaillancourt prize
Masterclass for Yehonatan Berick, Matt Gasler,James Ehnes, Jaap Ter Linden, Hank Knox, Claude Richard, Mark Fewer
Cirque du Soleil : Varekai
Phantom of the opera
Cofounder of Crimson String Quartet
Cofounder of String Puppies
Cofounder of MadSci
Freelance Session musician
Freelance Symphony orchestra violinist
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You will need a computer or tablet with a webcam and microphone that is connected to a good Internet connection, with a download speed preferably above 25 Mbps, your instrument (of course), and/or any equipment recommended by your teacher prior to the lesson. A link and details on how to join will be included in your booking confirmation email.
Online Lessons are all attended on the Zoom video conferencing platform. After...Read More
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You can always think ahead and get a few things ready before...Read More
You can always think ahead and get a few things ready before your lessons. Make sure to tune your instrument before the lesson. Bring à a notepad and anything you might need to write down notes. We strongly recommend testing your video conference settings at least 15 min before each lesson to avoid any unwanted technical issues during the lesson.
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