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Canadian experimentalist, Philippe Brunet, trumpet, has been an active performer all across North America and Europe appearing as a soloist, chamber and orchestral musician. He was a Fellowship Brass Quintet member at the Aspen Music Festival, Artist in Residence at the Dartington International Music Festival, and will be an Orchestra Fellow at the Atlantic Music Festival this summer. As an advocate for New Music, he has collaborated with composers on over a dozen new works.
Philippe is currently in the Graduate Certificate Program at the Bard College Conservatory. He earned a Master of Fine Arts from California Institute of The Arts and a BMus from the Schulich School of Music at McGill University in Canada. His primary teachers were Edward Carroll, Thomas Stevens, Russell DeVuyst, Steven Burns and Carl Abach. Philippe will be pursuing a Doctorate of Musical Arts at the University of Miami in the Fall as a Mancini Fellow
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