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Mireille Lagacé is one of the most sought after artists on the international music scene, and is one of the rare performers to be equally at ease on the organ and the harpsichord. She has always distinguished herself by her brilliant technique, as well as for the perfection, sensibility and vitality of her performances. Born near Montreal in 1935, she studied organ in Vienna with Anton Heiller and in Montreal with her husband, Bernard Lagacé. In 1962, she was a prize winner at the Munich and Geneva International Organ Competitions, and in 1965, she was a harpsichord finalist at the Geneva International Competition. To complement her activities as soloist and chamber musician, Mrs. Lagacé enjoys a very active pedagogical career. She taught organ for 10 years at the New England Conservatory in Boston and since 1973 has been teaching harpsichord at the Conservatoire de musique du Québec à Montréal. She was invited to give numerous master classes in the United States, Canada and Europe.
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