Jean-Philippe Grégoire tells us about his experience playing in some of the biggest music cities in the world including Paris, Boston, and Montreal - and details his time at schools like Pôle Supérieur Paris Boulogne-Billancourt (PSPBB) and The Berklee School of Music.
Emmanuel Lacopo is a guitarist, composer, and doctorate student at McGill. His start in music in metal bands in high school led him to study music at Yale before returning to Montreal. Emmanuel discusses his research which focuses on the history of the guitar and its place within classical music.
By teaching brass players how to relearn their instruments, Paul helps other musicians to overcome obstacles and redefine their playing. From self-taught to studying at Juilliard.
We spoke with Toronto-based singer-songwriter, Charlotte Fabro, about her creative and academic journey from media business to music performance, the effects of the pandemic, and more!
Classically-trained harpist, Danielle Kuntz has always gravitated toward new and under performed music. Danielle is also an advocate for new music within the harp community and seeks to encourage harpists to move beyond their comfort zone.
An expert in Brazilian rhythms, Rodrigo Simões' talents extend from maracatú to forró, while taking a tour through the samba with exhilarating ease. We recently sat with Rodrigo Simões and spoke about his journey from Brazil to Montreal, what it's like to be a band leader, teaching music and more!
GigLinked recently met with Jaye Marsh to chat about her experiences as a freelancer and a recording artist during a difficult time for musicians. She spoke about her initial aversion to the recording process.