COMPOSITEURS et INTERPRÈTES

David Adamcyk
Simon Aldrich
Georges Aperghis
Mark Applebaum
Mira Benjamin
Denys Bouliane
Jean-Pascal Beintus
Luciano Berio
Parker Bert
Julien Bilodeau
Taylor Brook
Catharin Carew
Alain Cazes
Ewald Cheung
Chloé Dominguez
Eric Derr
Simon Docking
Ben Duinker
Aidan Ferguson
Sean Ferguson
Michael Gandolfi
Estelí Gomez
Vinko Globokar
Al Halavrezos
Georg Friedrich Händel
Patrick Hansen
Chris Paul Harman
Alexis Hauser
Eitetsu Hayashi
Greg Ho
Aiyun Huang
Ermonela Jaho
Laura Kachurek
Mauricio Kagel
Christian Kesten
Julieanne Klein
Carissa Klopoushak
Hank Knox
Agnieszka Kus
Sara Laimon
Jimmie Leblanc
Suzie Leblanc
Annie Lemay
Philippe Leroux
Stéphane Lévesque
Franz Liszt
Alain Louafi
Fabrice Marandola
Claire Marchand
Isao Matsushita
Mikah Meyer
Donatienne Michel-Dansac
Jana Miller
Kent Nagano
Nicolò Paganini
Liliana Piazza
Giacomo Puccini
Richard Raymond
Cairan Ryan
Ingrid Schmithüsen
Dieter Schnebel
Arnold Schöenberg
Franz Schubert
Marlon Schumacher
Joseph Schwantner
Nola Shantz
Ana Sokolovic
Adam Spencer
Karlheinz Stockhausen
Anthony Tan
Aria Umezawa
Lorraine Vaillancourt
Rebecca Woodmass
Jonathan Woody

Stéphane Lévesque

Stéphane LévesqueDepuis 1998, Stéphane Lévesque est bassoniste principal de l’Orchestre symphonique de Montréal. Il a été bassoniste principal de l’Orchestre du Centre national des arts et l’Orchestre philharmonique de Buffalo, a été membre de la New World Symphony de Miami Beach, et a pris part au Solti Orchestral Project au Carnegie Hall. Lévesque a aussi été soliste à maintes occasions à l’Orchestre symphonique de Montréal, ainsi qu’avec des ensembles dont l’Orchestre symphonique de Québec, la New World Symphony, Les Violons du Roy, et l’U.S. Army Orchestra. Il a récemment créé à Montréal le Concerto for Bassoon and Low Strings de Sofia Gubaidulina et sa Duo Sonata for two Bassoons. Il est présentement professeur adjoint et coordinateur du studio de basson à l’Université McGill. Stéphane Lévesque est titulaire de deux premiers prix, en basson et musique de chambre, du Conservatoire de musique de Montréal, où il a été l’élève de Rodolfo Masella. Il a aussi étudié avec Stephen Maxym et Frank Morelli à la Yale School of Music, où il a obtenu sa maîtrise en musique.

Since 1998, Stéphane Lévesque has held the position of principal bassoon with the Montreal Symphony Orchestra. He has also served as principal bassoon with the National Arts Centre Orchestra and the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra, was a member of the New World Symphony in Miami Beach, and took part in the Solti Orchestral Project at Carnegie Hall. Lévesque has appeared as soloist on many occasions with the Montreal Symphony Orchestra, as well as with ensembles including the Quebec Symphony Orchestra, the New World Symphony, Les Violons du Roy, and the U.S. Army Orchestra. He recently performed the Montreal premieres of Sofia Gubaidulina's Concerto for Bassoon and Low Strings and her Duo-Sonata for two bassoons. Currently he is an assistant professor and bassoon area coordinator at McGill University. Stéphane Lévesque holds two first prize degrees, in bassoon and chamber music, from the Montreal Conservatory of Music, where he studied with Rodolfo Masella. He also studied with Stephen Maxym and Frank Morelli at the Yale School of Music, where he received his master of music.