Biography

Stéphane Aubin is an accomplished musician who is at once a composer, concert pianist, arranger, musical director, accompanist and vocal coach of many well-known singers.

He earned a doctorate in performance (piano) from the Université de Montréal in 1995.

Stéphane Aubin has been involved in several theatrical productions: he was musical director, pianist and actor in Antoine et Cléopâtre, presented at the Théâtre du Nouveau Monde and on a European tour (2005-2006) as well as musical director of Luis Mariano, le Coeur qui chante (2007-2008). His talents as an accompanist of such acclaimed artists as Charles Aznavour (2005), Michel Rivard (2008), Marie-Josée Lord (2008-2010) have been noticed, as well as the arrangements he made for his first production, Bouillon.

A frequent collaborator with Luc Plamondon, Stéphane can be heard on Sans attendre, the recent recording by Céline Dion (2012). Until very recently, Stéphane was also on stage as musical director and pianist in the musical Les Belles-Sœurs, based on the famous play by Michel Tremblay (2010-2012) which was a box-office success in Montreal and Paris.

Stéphane Aubin is acclaimed as pianist and composer in Quartango: his piece Pañuelos, for orchestra and tango quartet was premiered in November 2011 at the Maison symphonique, with the Orchestre Métropolitain conducted by Alain Trudel.

 

Since 2011, Stéphane Aubin is a professor in the Music Department of UQAM.

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