Sébastien Lépine

Highly regarded for the reputation of excellence that he has forged over the last twenty years, Sébastien Lépine stands out as one of Canada’s finest cellists. Whether performing as a soloist or a chamber musician, conducting or composing, this refined musician exercises his art with true passion in each note and gives classical music renewed […]

Camille Roy-Paquette

Camille Roy-Paquette

Having shown an interest and talent for music at a very early age, cellist Camille Paquette-Roy was admitted to the Music Conservatory of Trois-Rivières in 1999, where she studied under Jean-Christophe Guelpa for ten years. In 2009, she graduated from the Conservatory of Trois-Rivières with a Diplôme d’Études Supérieures. In the same year, she began […]

Cameron Crozman

Praised for his mature interpretations, remarkable technique, and profound musical imagination, cellist Cameron Crozman is hailed as one Canada’s up and coming young artists. With an active performance schedule in North America and Europe, Cameron has performed as a soloist with orchestras including the Quebec Symphony, Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony, and Hamilton Philharmonic under the direction of […]

Pierre-Alain Bouvrette

A graduate from the Montreal Conservatory and the Eastman School of Music in the studio of Pamela Frame where he was teacher assistant, Pierre-Alain Bouvrette was also a prize winner at the 2003 International Chamber Music Competition of Val Tidone in Italy. A guest participant at the Chamber Music Festival of Costa Rica on two […]

Elinor Frey

Fascinated by the cello’s origins and the creative process of new music, Elinor Frey plays both period and modern instruments. Her debut album, Dialoghi, is titled for the solo piece written for her by Steven Stucky. Her recent release on the Belgian label Passacaille, Berlin Sonatas with Lorenzo Ghielmi on fortepiano, was nominated for a […]

Tanya Prochazka

Professor of cello, chamber music, conductor of the Academy Strings and University Symphony Orchestras and Head of the String Department at the University of Alberta, Canada, cellist Tanya Prochazka (nee Hunt) is a soloist, chamber musician, conductor, freelance player and teacher. Born in Melbourne, Australia, Ms Prochazka began her cello studies with Marianne Maxwell and […]

Thérèse Ryan

Born in Montreal, Thérèse Ryan studied cello at McGill University with Walter Joachim, and at the Conservatoire de Musique du Québec à Montréal with Michael Kilburn. She won several prizes at the Conservatoire. She is a cellist with several orchestras in the Montreal région, notably the Orchestre Métropolitain de Montréal and the Ensemble Amati. In […]

Yegor Dyachkov

Named Canadian “Artist of the Year” by the CBC in 2000, Yegor Dyachkov “is undoubtedly a cellist of great stature … he has it all.” (La Presse,Montreal).An impressive recitalist, soloist, and chamber musician, he tours internationally, and his performances are broadcast and televised in Canada and abroad. His schedule includes invitations from the Évian, Kronberg, […]

Paul Marleyn

Soliste, chambriste et pédagogue internationalement recherché, Paul Marleyn couvre un vaste répertoire allant de l’époque Baroque à la musique du XXIe siècle, du ricercar de Gabrielli au concerto romantique, du folklore irlandais à Metallica. Il a collaboré avec de nombreux artistes dont Boris Berman, Martin Beaver, Miriam Fried, Joshua Bell et Marc-André Hamelin. Il a […]

Marcel Saint-Cyr

Né à Québec, Marcel Saint-Cyr a étudié le violoncelle avec Lucien Plamondon et Walter Joachim au Conservatoire de musique de Québec, où il obtint un Premier Prix en 1961. La même année, il obtint un baccalauréat des arts à l’Université Laval. Il a poursuivi ses études en Europe avec André Navarra et Léo Koscielny, revenant […]