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Claude Lamothe

Claude Lamothe

Claude Lamothe


Music composer for television, theatre, and cinema, Claude Lamothe is, beyond everything, a cello virtuoso. After studying at the Music Faculty of the Montreal’s University, he became a member of I Musici, the chamber orchestra of Montreal (1983) directed by the cellist Yuli Turovsky. Around the end of the 80’s, he joined the Nouvel Ensemble Moderne and played as a soloist at the Carnegie recital Hall of New-York, the National concert Hall of Madrid and at the Konzert Gebow of Amsterdam. Read more on Last.fm
Music composer for television, theatre, and cinema, Claude Lamothe is, beyond everything, a cello virtuoso. After studying at the Music Faculty of the Montreal’s University, he became a member of I Musici, the chamber orchestra of Montreal (1983) directed by the cellist Yuli Turovsky. Around the end of the 80’s, he joined the Nouvel Ensemble Moderne and played as a soloist at the Carnegie recital Hall of New-York, the National concert Hall of Madrid and at the Konzert Gebow of Amsterdam. At the beginning of the 90’s, he decided to present his own compositions, inspired by different stylistic sources. His public performances became successful in Quebec and abroad (revelation of the Printemps de Bourges festival 1995).

Since then he has collaborated with the biggest Quebecers’ names of the singing and theatrical scene, the television and the cinema. For informations in English go to www.myspace.com/claudelamothe Read more: http://www.myspace.com/claudelamothe#ixzz11X9VCtcs Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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