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Angele Dubeau

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Adagio (Albinoni) Angèle Dubeau, Rachèle Laurin 08:17
November (From “Memoryhouse”) Angele Dubeau, La Pieta 05:41
The Leftovers Main Titles (From “The Leftovers” – Season 1) Angele Dubeau, La Pieta 03:31
Fuori dal mondo Angele Dubeau, La Pieta 05:00
Morning Has Broken Angele Dubeau 03:27
Fragment – Embers (From “Memoryhouse”) Angele Dubeau, La Pieta 04:27
Life Angele Dubeau, La Pieta 04:17
Experience Angele Dubeau, La Pieta 04:52
A Time for Us (From "Romeo and Juliette") Angele Dubeau, La Pieta 04:58
Life (Live) Angele Dubeau, La Pieta 04:06

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Angèle Dubeau, OC CQ  - born March 24, 1962, in Saint-Norbert, Quebec, Canada - is an acclaimed classical violinist whose repertoire includes works both classic and contemporary composers. She was introduced to the violin at a young age, studying at the Joliet music camp and Jean Cousineau’s Les Petits Violons. At the age of 15, she was the youngest student ever to receive first prize in violin at the Montreal Conservatory of Music. In 1976, she was gifted a 1733 Des Rosier’s Stradivarius violin, which has been classified as a national heritage. She continued her studies at  Juilliard and later traveled to Romania to study with Stefan Gheorgiu in the early 1980s. She spent the late 1970s and early 1980s touring with a Canadian ensemble but began her international career in the mid-‘80s. Throughout her career, she has been honored with many awards including the Sylva Gelber prize, the International Community of Francophone Radio's Soloist of the Year 1987, and the Prize of the Americas at the Viña del Mar International Competition. Angèle Dubeau formed La Pietà, a critically acclaimed all-female string ensemble, in 1997. She was made a Knight of the National Order of Quebec in 2004. Eight years later she was elevated to Officer of the Order of Canada (OC). Her catalog of recordings includes over 40 releases including Adoration (1990), La Ronde des Berceuses (1994), Opus Quebec (1999), Passion (2005), Game Music (2012), Max Richter: Portrait (2017), and Immersion (2021).