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Murielle Bruneau

, double bass

After completing her studies at the Conservatoire de Musique de Trois-Rivières and at the Conservatory Santa Cecilia in Rome, Murielle Bruneau joined the Montreal Ballet Orchestra, l’Orchestre Métropolitain de Montréal, and played principal bass with the McGill Chamber Ensemble and with the National Arts Centre Orchestra. For several years she was a professor of bass at McGill University and at the Trois-Rivières and Chicoutimi Conservatories. In 1989, she was appointed professor of double bass at the Conservatoire de Montréal. Murielle has performed at numerous festivals in Europe and North America, both as soloist and as a chamber musician. Ms. Bruneau was the solo bass of the chamber ensemble La Pietà, based in Montreal. Her last solo appearances with the National Arts Centre Orchesra were in the Pops Series in May 2000, the Classics Series in 1998 and the Contemporary Music Festival in 1993. The double bass on which she plays is over 350 years old.
MOZART: Concertos 11-12
Janina Fialkowska
October, 2007
Eldon RATHBURN: Works
The Chamber Players of Canada
August, 2006
CHOPIN: Concertos pour piano Version de chambre
Janina Fialkowska
April, 2005
La Truite
The Chamber Players of Canada
October, 2004