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Eric Champagne

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Eric Champagne

Biography

Eric Champagne (b. 1980, Montreal, Quebec, Canada) is a Canadian composer.

Mr. Champagne began his musical .training in 1992, studying both the clarinet and the bass clarinet. As an instrumentalist, he played primarily in wind ensembles including Grande Fanfare Classique and Harmonie Laval. He studied composition with Michel Tétrault at CEGEP de Saint-Laurent and then with Michel Longtin, Hugues Leclerc and Robert Normandeau at the University of Montreal. He completed his Baccalaureate in 2002 and his Masters in 2003 under the supervision of Hugues Leclair. As part of his graduate level studies, Eric composed his first opera, Miss Julie, based on the work of August Strindberg. His compositions focus mainly on instrumental music, with an interest also for the human voice and wind instruments.


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