Martin Verreault

MARTIN VERREAULT

Martin Verreault completed a Bachelor’s degree (UQAM, 1990) and a Master’s degree in musical interpretation – classical guitar (McGill University, 1994) under the direction of Alvaro Pierri. Afterwards, he stays for four years in Switzerland where he studied with Maria-Livia Sao Marcos at the Geneva Conservatory of Music.

During this period, he took part in master classes with Léo Brouwer and Dusan Bogdanovic, in addition to perfecting his improvisation skills through the workshops of Swiss double bassist Jacques Siron..

Since his return to Quebec in 1999, Martin has been teaching guitar and constantly developing his method and pedagogy, while performing as a concert artist in Canada, Europe and Latin America. Since 2017, he teaching at Cégep de Drummondville..

Martin Verreault completed a Bachelor’s degree (UQAM, 1990) and a Master’s degree in musical interpretation – classical guitar (McGill University, 1994) under the direction of Alvaro Pierri. Afterwards, he stays for four years in Switzerland where he studied with Maria-Livia Sao Marcos at the Geneva Conservatory of Music.

During this period, he took part in master classes with Léo Brouwer and Dusan Bogdanovic, in addition to perfecting his improvisation skills through the workshops of Swiss double bassist Jacques Siron..

Since his return to Quebec in 1999, Martin has been teaching guitar and constantly developing his method and pedagogy, while performing as a concert artist in Canada, Europe and Latin America. Since 2017, he teaching at Cégep de Drummondville..

Martin Verreault completed a Bachelor’s degree (UQAM, 1990) and a Master’s degree in musical interpretation – classical guitar (McGill University, 1994) under the direction of Alvaro Pierri. Afterwards, he stays for four years in Switzerland where he studied with Maria-Livia Sao Marcos at the Geneva Conservatory of Music.

During this period, he took part in master classes with Léo Brouwer and Dusan Bogdanovic, in addition to perfecting his improvisation skills through the workshops of Swiss double bassist Jacques Siron..

Since his return to Quebec in 1999, Martin has been teaching guitar and constantly developing his method and pedagogy, while performing as a concert artist in Canada, Europe and Latin America. Since 2017, he teaching at Cégep de Drummondville..

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