Flute: Amélie Brodeur

Amélie Brodeur is founder of YouTube’s The Flute Channel, Host of The Flute Talk Podcast and Artistic Director of The Montreal Flute Festival. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Performance from Université de Montréal, Diploma in Advanced Music Performance studies from Concordia University and a Bachelor’s degree in Music Education from University of Quebec in Montréal (UQAM).Amélie’s recent solo engagements include performing Concerto Traversée for flute and orchestra by Gilles Tremblay and the Jacques Hétu Flute Concerto for Orchestra with Orchestre 21, both under the baton of maestro Paolo Bellomia.Critic Claude Gingras from La Presse described her as an «extraordinary technician of her instrument», describing her playing as expressing the «most beautiful energy»Amélie has participated in performances internationally and throughout the United States and Canada. Appearances have included masterclasses, concerts and presentations at Berklee College of Music / Berklee Flute Society, Château Orquevaux, Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Journal de MontréalLe Courrier du Sud, Salut Bonjour, PodcastCon, CBC radio, Radio-Classique, WPRB Princeton and ClassicFM .Her teachers include Guy Vannase, Guy Pelletier, Eric Lefebvre and Sylvie Ouellette. She has also received performance guidance from multiple performing artists including Maxence Larrieu, Robert Aitken, Robert Langevin, Patrick Gallois, Andras Adorjan and Daniele Bourget.