As Global Citizens, we have inherited the task of choosing our heros, of etching them into our hearts and lives, of drawing inspiration from them in both good and bad times.
His studies at the Conservatoire de musique du Québec and the Paris Conservatory and more importantly the number of seasoned musicians who participated in his professional training, resulted in Tremblay becoming one of the most well-rounded composers of his generation. Indeed, after benefitting from the teaching of Claude Champagne, Jean Papineau-Couture, Isabelle Delorme, Jean Vallerand and Germaine Malépart in Montréal, he moved to Paris where among his studies, he took Olivier Messiaen’s famed analysis courses. His stay in Europe also enabled him to attend summer courses in Darmstadt and to meet some of the pillars of 20th century music.
Wednesday, December 1, 2010In keeping with the last Homage Series, Circuit, musiques contemporaines magazine dedicated its last edition to Gilles Tremblay. Gilles Tremblay, ou le plain-chant contemporain is the title of this vo… Continued
Monday, July 5, 2010This year, thanks to the Série Hommage / Tribute Series initiative, nearly 39,000 people have heard at least one Gilles Tremblay work; Among them, we can include 14,215 children across the province th… Continued
Thursday, June 10, 2010Pictures of our last two events — concert Transcouleurs and the conference in honour of the 10th anniversary of the Millenium Symphony — are now available on our Facebook page. You’ll also find a few … Continued