Visiting teachers

Laurence Beaudry


Laurence Beaudry studied the violin with Pierre Laforest, Arthur Garami, Ludmila Dieche Monique Laurendeau, and Pascale Beaudry. She studied at the University of Quebec in Montreal and in Quebec City, where she obtained training for the Vivaldi Movement teaching method. She was a member of the group The Olde World Order, a medieval music ensemble. She has also worked as a violist and chorist in L’Orchestre et Chœur de la Pléiade, under the direction of Pierre Turcotte. She has participated in several national and international tours, among others with the Ensemble vocal de Montréal under the direction of Agnès Grossmann, Le Chœur de l’Orchestre Métropolitain, Le Choeur de l’Université du Québec à Montréal, as well as Le Chœur de la Basilique Notre-Dame. As an instrumentalist, she was a member of L’Orchestre de L’isle, L’Orchestre Cammac, and L’Ensemble Divertimento. She also toured and performed with the Pieds Léger dance troupe, Les Eclusiers de Lachine and Les Sortilèges. She worked with Yvon Cuillierier, with whom she acquired a Quebec, Irish and Scottish repertoire. She was a member of the groups Arisaig Mist, Tarcolen, Bise de Mer (Quebec and Celtic music with whom she participated in several festivals) as well as the group “Au chant de l’Alouette” a co-production of L’Atelier du conte en musique et en images and Les Jeunesse Musicale du Canada, finalists at the 22nd edition of the opus awards. She currently teaches violin at the École des arts de la Veillée, at the Center musical de Chambly. Member of the L’Orchestre mandoline Mandolina, she directs the Cadence mandolin and guitar ensemble.