Montréal (Québec)
Performer (violin)

Born in Montréal, Nathalie Camus studied at the St Louis Conservatory of Music in Missouri, under the tutelage of Taras Gabora. She performed in classes of Henryk Szerying, Isaac Stern, Franco Gulli and studied chamber music with Sacha Schneider (Budapest Quartet) and Micheal Tree (Guarneri Quartet). She spent summers at the Grand Teton festival in Wyoming, The Banff Centre for the Arts in Alberta, and participated in masterclasses given by the Melos Quartet at the Hindemith Institute in Switzerland.

Nathalie Camus was a member of the Detroit Chamber Orchestra, the Orchestre symphonique de Québec, and Les Violons du Roy before co-founding the Alcan Quartet in 1989. In addition to her position in the quartet Ms Camus is the concertmistress of the Saguenay–Lac-Saint-Jean Symphony Orchestra. She has toured throughout North America and Europe.

Nathalie is Professor of Violin and Chamber Music at the Québec Conservatory of Music in Chicoutimi (Québec).

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