The Flute Channel founder, Amelie Brodeur performing Mozart’s ‘Alla Turca’ Turkish March for 2 flutes and helium balloons ! No comment…
More about Amélie Brodeur
Flutist and pianist Amélie Brodeur is a versatile musician: From symphonic music, contemporary music, world music, chamber music and improvised music. She has been heard on various radio stations including CBC radio, Radio-Classique and WPRB Princeton.
She also played different ensembles for the seasons of SMCQ, Festival du Monde Arabe, Montréal Nouvelle Musique, Festival de Lanaudière, XFest and many more. She has a bachelor degree in performance from Université de Montréal and a Diploma in Advanced music performance studies from Concordia University, both with the highest marks and distinction in her classes. For example, she received the Marusia Yaworska scolarship that recognizes the excellence of music performance graduate students.
She is also a passionate teacher and she holds a bachelor degree in music education from UQAM. Amélie Brodeur has perfected her art with many great musicians in United States, Europe and Canada. Among her engagements with many orchestras and ensembles in concert and in studio: She was a soloist, performing Concerto Traversée for flute and orchestra by Gilles Tremblay with Orchestre 21, under the baton of maestro Paolo Bellomia. On that occasion, critic Claude Gingras from La Presse described her as an «extraordinary technician of her instrument», describing her playing as expressing the «most beautiful energy»