Mathieu Lussier


Vice-Dean of Undergraduate Studies, Professorial Affairs and Faculty Life at the Faculty of Music of the Université de Montréal since August 2019 and Associate Professor of Bassoon since 2014, Mathieu Lussier also leads an active career in the field of concert music. Appointed Artistic Director of Arion Orchestre Baroque in 2019, Mathieu Lussier was also associate conductor of the Violons du Roy chamber orchestra from 2012 to 2018, leading this ensemble in Canada, Mexico, Brazil and the United States. Artistic director of the Lamèque International Baroque Music Festival between 2008 and 2014, Mathieu Lussier has also conducted many other Canadian orchestras. He is also pursuing a career as a chamber musician with the Pentaèdre ensemble in Montreal. Whether as a bassoonist, conductor or teacher, Mathieu Lussier has for nearly twenty years oriented most of his musical projects around the French repertoire of the time of the French Revolution. He has devoted three discs to François Devienne and his works for bassoon, one disc to the wind music of François-Joseph Gossec, also including several transcriptions of revolutionary works, as is also the case for a disc devoted to Étienne- Nicolas Méhul, composer of Chant du Départ.

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