Conductor
About

A versatile musician with a commanding grasp of early repertoire, Mathieu Lussier is increasingly in demand as a guest conductor in Canada and abroad. Appointed by Les Violons du Roy as Conductor-in-Residence in 2012, and Associate Conductor in 2014, Lussier has led the orchestra in numerous programs both in Quebec, and on tour in greater Canada, the United States and Mexico. Previous appointments include Artistic Director of the Lamèque International Baroque Music Festival. In 2014, Lussier was awarded Canada Art Council’s prestigious Jean-Marie Beaudet Award in Orchestra Conducting.

Posted: Nov-13-2017
Latest Acclaim

“The orchestra, similar in size to the conductorless Orpheus, owes as much of its clean and crisp sound to its conductor, Mathieu Lussier, as it does to the fact it is string-dominated, with a mere pair of oboes, a pair of horns, and a bassoon. Yet even the woods and brass made a fine performance in Rameau’s bouncy work, especially so in a lovely bassoon obbligato. The final section, a toe-tapping contra dance, reveled in French Baroque majesty.”

— Morning Call (PA)
Posted: Mar-12-2015