Gilles Tremblay

Gilles Tremblay started his music studies in Montréal with pianist Germaine Malépart and composer Claude Champagne. In 1954, he took part in the first concert of contemporary music in Montréal. He pursued his studies in Paris with Olivier Messiaen, Yvonne Loriod, Maurice Martenot and Andrée Vaurabourg-Honegger, winning a First Prize in musical analysis and Ondes-Martenot at the Conservatoire de Paris. He met Pierre Boulez, Yannis Xenakis and Karlheinz Stockhausen and learned the basic of electro-acoustic techniques with Pierre Schaeffer and the Groupe de recherche musicale. Upon his return in Québec, Tremblay has spent his time teaching, lecturing and hosting the Festival series at Radio-Canada’s radio. He composed major works, such as Fleuves (1976), Vers le Soleil (1978) and Compostelle I (1978), the latter for Messiaen 70th anniversary. The renowned composer has since witnessed the performance of his works on every continent.

Gilles Tremblay

Arvida (Québec), 1932 – Montréal (Québec), 2017

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Past concerts

28 Febr 2017
17h00
GougeonLesageReaSokolovićTremblayVivierZorn
In person
Montréal (Québec)
12 May 2010
20h00
GoldsteinJamiesonMartinTenneyTremblay
In person
Oldenburg (Niedersachsen, Germany)
23 Apri 2010
20h00
Série QB
III
KondoPalacio-QuintinTremblay
In person Free admission
Montréal (Québec)
20 Apri 2010
20h00
Série QB
I
OesterleSmithTremblay
In person Free admission
Montréal (Québec)