Stéphane Beaulac holds the position of 3rd trumpet of the Los Angeles Philharmonic since the beginning of the 2014-15 season. Prior to that he was a leading solo, chamber and orchestra trumpet player in Canada. Since 2002, he has held the position of Principal trumpet of the Orchestre Métropolitain in Montréal under Maestro Yannick Nézet-Séguin. Additionally, he has been invited to fulfill various positions in orchestras around Canada and Asia, among them: principal trumpet with the Seoul Philharmonic, associate principal trumpet with the Toronto Symphony and second trumpet with the National Arts Center Orchestra in Ottawa. As a freelancer in Montreal, he was frequently asked to join the leading orchestras in Québec province, the Montreal Symphony, the Québec Symphony, Les Violons du Roy, and many others. He has performed under the direction of numerous renowned conductors such as Yannick Nézet-Séguin, Gustavo Dudamel, Zubin Mehta, Kent Nagano, Herbert Bloomstedt, Pinkas Zuckermann, Bernard Labadie and Fabien Gabel.

As a soloist, Mr. Beaulac has performed various concertos from J.S. Bach's Brandenburg concerto #2 to Henry Tomasi's Concerto with the Orchestre Métropolitain, I Musici, the McGill Chamber Orchestra and the Montreal chamber Orchestra. Also active on the chamber music scene, he has performed with renowned artists Matt Haimovitz , Wony Song, Suzie Leblanc, Alain Trudel, Jens Lindemann, Vincent Boucher, Louis-Philipe Marsolais, Luc Beauséjour, Julie Boulianne and Manon Lafrance. He has participated in many recordings, notably with Yannick Nézet-Séguin and the Orchestre Métropolitain, as well as a CD recording in 2006 with organist Vincent Boucher on Atma label (ACD2 2369).

Also active in the education area, Mr. Beaulac held a position of professor of trumpet at the Conservatoire de musique de Montréal as well as guest Professor of trumpet at the University of Montreal. He also has taught at McGill University's Schulich School of Music.

Mr. Beaulac studied at the Montreal Conservatory with Jean-Louis Chatel and Manon Lafrance where he won the Prize with distinction unanimously, receiving the Wilfrid Pelletier foundation award for the highest grade in all instruments. He also studied at the University of Montreal with Jean-Luc Gagnon.  Mr. Beaulac has worked privately with internationally renowned teachers such as Charles Geyer, Barbara Butler, Mark Gould, James Thompson, John Wallace, Jeroen Berwaerts, Jens Lindemann and Matthias Hoffs.

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