Émilie Brûlé, baroque violinist, studied in the Early Music Program at the Schulich School of Music of McGill University, with Hélène Plouffe and Mark Fewer. Her leadership and creativity led her to found Passiflore and Feux d'Archetistes, two chamber music ensembles, one devoted to early music and the other exploring traditional folk music of varied northern countries. Emilie is also a guest perfomer of many Canadian ensembles such as Les Idées Heureuses, Ensemble Caprice, Theater of Early Music, La Nef, Skye Consort, Les Boréades de Montréal, Ensemble Telemann, Per Sonare, Les Voix Baroques, Studio de musique ancienne de Montréal, and symphonic orchestras OSVHSL, OSE and OSTR.

Émilie is a winner of Early Music America’s 2nd Medieval/Renaissance Music Competition, CBC/Radio Canada’s Galaxie Rising Stars Award, Schulich Award and the Quellmalz Award for Early Music. She was also one of few violinists selected to attend three prestigious early music workshops, the American Bach Soloists Festival & Academy (San Francisco), EMA’s Select student ensemble of Young Performers Festival Premieres (Boston), and The Legacy of the Baroque (Early Music Vancouver), where she studied with Elizabeth Blümenstock, Robert Mealy, Scott Metcalfe, Marc Destrubé and Julie Andrijeski.

Émilie has performed as both a baroque violinist and a medieval vièliste in venues such as the Boston Early Music Festival, San Francisco's Summer Bach Festival, San Francisco Early Music Society concert series, Seattle's Early Music Guild International Series, Bloomington Early Music Festival, Festival Montréal Baroque, Kultur Forum Amthof in Austria and the Tage Für Musik Regensburg in Germany.

Following the success of Archets Boréals, concert by Feux d’Archetistes and La Nef on northern traditional music played on period instruments, Emilie was invited to perform her crossover-style compositions in a countryside series with Apollo’s Fire (Cleveland, Ohio), and later with Music City Baroque (Nashville, Tennessee) as a guest artist and leader in the orchestra. The latter project was published in Early Music America and Strings Magazine.

Émilie is also a violin teacher and is active in Montreal at the Coopérative des professeurs de musique de Montréal and at the Centre d'Art de Préville.




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