“Born in 1988, Vincent Lauzer has studied the recorder since 1993. He has won several first prizes in regional and provincial competitions. He has also won six 1st prizes during the National Finals of the Canada Music Competition. In 2008 and 2009, he won the Grand Prize in the 19 to 30 years old category.
Recently, he won First Prize and the Audience Appreciation Prize in the 3rd Montreal International Recorder Competition. In the 2007 edition of this competition, he was awarded the Best Canadian Recorder Player Prize. In May 2009, he was awarded the Oliver-Jones 1st Prize at the Festival de musique classique du Bas-Richelieu in Sorel-Tracy. In 2007, Vincent won the Montreal Baroque Prize for audaciousness and musicality in the Galaxie-CBC Rising Stars Competition during the Montreal Baroque Festival. In June 2003, Vincent performed in a concert of l’Alliance Musicale at Pierre-Mercure Hall.
Vincent is a member of the recorder quintet Flûte Alors! with whom he performs regularly in the Montreal area, including performances at the Montreal Baroque Festival. In August 2009, the ensemble was awarded 1st Prize in the chamber music division at the National Music Festival in Saskatoon. Lately, Vincent performed in the concert series Clavecin en concert and with the ensemble Les Idées Heureuses. He also works with The Kids and La Félicité.
A graduate of l’École de musique Vincent d’Indy, Vincent also completed his Diploma of College Studies at Cégep de Saint-Laurent with Sophie Larivière and Matthias Maute. He currently studies performance with Matthias Maute at McGill University.”
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