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Baritone Samuel Tremblay is recognized for his velvety timbre, his charisma on stage and the accuracy of his interpretations. He touches the audience with his authenticity at every performance.

Recently graduated from the Conservatoire de Musique de Montréal, he distinguished himself in the roles of Schaunard in La Bohème and Marco in Gianni Schichi by Puccini, Pandolfe in Cendrillon by Massenet, Falke in Die Fledermaus by Strauss, Aeneas in Dido and Aeneas by Purcell as well as the role of Papageno in La Mozart's Magic Flute. A great lover of Bach's music, he had the chance to be invited, as a soloist, to participate in the production of the Passion according to St-Jean under the direction of Julian Prégardien at the Montreal Bach Festival.

Passionate about new encounters and the inspiring journey of various artists, Samuel has had the opportunity to improve his skills with many renowned singers and pedagogues, including among others José Van Dam, Andreas Scholl, Nicola Beller Carbone, François Leroux and Wolfgang Holzmair. . He made some of these meetings as part of internships at the Académie Vocale Internationale de Lachine and the Académie du Domaine Forget.

Samuel is a JM Canada Foundation Scholar and received the Gabrielle Lavigne Scholarship for academic excellence.