Boudreau, Michelle

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Michelle Boudreau

Biography

Born: March 24, 1956

Country: Gravelbourg, Saskatchewan, Canada

Studies: Univ. de Montréal (B.M. 1979, M.M.1982)

Teachers: Marcelle Deschenes, François Morel, Jacques Hétu, André Prévost

Website: http://www3.sympatico.ca/michelleboudreau/index.htm



Michelle Boudreau has written about fifty works in various genres, from solo pieces to works for large ensembles and musical theatre.

Her music has been performed in Canada, the United States and Europe by different societies, ensembles and soloists at various events and festivals. Her works have been broadcast on the Internet as well as by Canadian and European radio stations.

Opera, musical theatre, orchestral music, chamber music, vocal music, video, film, photography, drawing, writing and choreography are among her interests and creative activities.[1]

Works for Percussion

Eaneaenne - Multiple Percussion; Recorder
L'hémisphère du poète - Multiple Percussion; Voice; Narrator
Losange - Multiple Percussion; Flute; Recorder
Sans Titre - Multiple Percussion; Trumpet; Piano
Stoles - Percussion Quintet
synAsyn - Multiple Percussion; Trombone; Double Bass

References

  1. https://www.musiccentre.ca/node/37404/biography