Aaron Tan

Aaron Tan, orgue

Concert organist Aaron Tan is a leading young artist in North America. He is the only person to have received first prizes in three of the most important North American organ competitions: the Canadian RCCO National Organ Competition, the AGO National Young Artists Competition in Organ Playing (NYACOP), and most recently, in October 2021, the […]

Eric Milnes

Native New Yorker Eric Milnes has established an international reputation as conductor, harpsichordist and organist through his many performances for the most distinguished festivals and presenters across North America, Europe, South America and Asia. As a director of ensembles such as L’Harmonie des saisons, Montreal Baroque, The Portland Baroque Orchestra, The New York Collegium, New […]

Richard Paré

Richard Paré received his formation at the Music Conservatory of Québec and graduated with three fist prizes: organ, harpsichord, and chamber music. While pursuing his activities as an interpreter, he pursued an academic career as a professor at Laval University in Québec City. Besides instrumental (organ, harpsichord) and theory teaching, he acts as music director […]

Matthew Larkin

Matthew Larkin was born in Oxford, England, and came to Canada shortly before his sixth birthday. He was educated at Lord Strathcona School in Kingston, Ontario, and received his early musical training as a chorister at St. George’s Cathedral, later serving as assistant organist. He attended the University of Toronto as organ scholar of Trinity […]

Alcee Chriss III

Winner of the 2017 CIOC Competition and the Firmin Swinnen second prize at the Longwood Gardens International Organ Competition 2016, Alcée Chriss III has been celebrated for his “grace, skill and abundant proficiency” ( Journal Assist News, Albuquerque). He has performed throughout the United States and France in such venues as the Meyerson Symphony Center […]

Alexander Weimann

Alexander Weimann is an ensemble director, soloist, and chamber music partner among those in the highest demand of his generation. Currently, he focuses on his activities as Music Director of the Pacific Baroque Orchestra in Vancouver and the Seattle Baroque Orchestra, and as a regular guest conductor of ensembles including the Victoria Symphony, Symphony Nova […]

Vincent Boucher

Vincent Boucher is enjoying a true double career, pursuing both music and finance. The Conservatoire de musique de Montréal unanimously awarded him a first prize for organ and harpsichord. He also completed a doctorate in performance at McGill University with John Grew and William Porter, and furthered his studies in Vienna with Michael Gailit, in […]

Yves-G. Préfontaine

Yves-G. Préfontaine is a graduate of the Conservatoire de musique de Montréal, where he studied organ and harpsichord, first with Bernard and Mireille Lagacé, and then with Scott Ross. He was awarded first prizes in each of these instruments. He continued his harpsichord studies with Gustav Leonhardt in Amsterdam and, as a soloist and a chamber musician, has played for most […]

Nathan Mondry

A professional organist, harpsichordist and fortepianist, Nathan Mondry has carved an international reputation as an improviser and composer and is currently a D.M.A. student in the Keyboard Studies program at Cornell University. After completing a bachelor’s degree in piano performance at the University of Michigan, he earned a master’s degree in harpsichord performance and an […]