Marc Tremblay studied percussion with André Morin at the Conservatoire de Chicoutimi and music composition and electroacoustic music with Clermont Pépin, Jacques Faubert and Yves Daoust at the Conservatoire de Montréal. While his attention centers mainly on electroacoustic composition for tape, he is also interested in incorporating this medium into mixed, multidisciplinary and environmental frameworks. Recently he has become fascinated by images, and has been working with videomaker Boris Firquet. From 1991 to ‘94 Tremblay was a member of ACREQ (Association pour la création et la recherche électroacoustiques du Québec). He has worked with improvisational artists Martin Tétreault and Michel Ratté. His works have been broadcast in Europe, the United States and Canada, and have won several awards. He is much sought after for studio work both at home and abroad — in Bourges, Budapest, Québec and elsewhere.
[empreintes DIGITALes, 1999]
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