Liam Dugelay, piano

Born on July 10, 2003 in Paris, Liam Dugelay holds a Canadian and a French nationality. He has been studying at the Conservatoire à Rayonnement Régional (CRR) in Paris since the age of 11 under the direction of Hugues Leclère. He obtained his Diploma of Musical Studies (DEM) in piano in 2020.

During his studies, Liam took part in various concerts, in particular with the orchestra of the Lycée Racine in Paris in December 2019 (Beethoven concerto n ° 1) or as part of the French Heritage days in 2020. In June 2021, he participated to a master class by Philippe Hersant around his work Österlied for wind quintet and piano.

In October 2021, he will perform Olivier Greiff’s song cycle Chants de l’âme as part of the concert of the French creation of his quartet.

In parallel with his studies at the CRR in Paris, Liam was a student at the Orford Music Academy (Canada) in the class of Sarah Davies Buechner and participated in the Concert de la Relève, performing the Variations on a Theme of Paganini by Brahms.

He recently earnt his admission to the Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel in Waterloo and works under the direction of Louis Lortie and Avedis Kouyoumdjian.