Alain Lefèvre

 Alain Lefèvre


Artistic Ambassador to the Lanaudière Festival,
Alain Lefèvre has played in more than forty countries and tours repeatedly worldwide, performing in prestigious venues. He is the winner of a JUNO Award (2010), a Prix Opus (2011), ten Félix (ADISQ 2001-2013), and of the André Gagnon Award (SPACQ). He has been guest soloist of the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra at the Royal Albert Hall and Royal Festival Hall, the London Mozart Players, the Orchestre National de France at the Théatre des Champs-Élysées, the Orchestre Philharmonique de Monte-Carlo, the China Philharmonic, the Guangzhou Symphony, the Shanghaï Symphony, the Malaysian Philharmonic Orchestra, the SWR (Stuttgart), the Komische Oper Orchester in Berlin, the Stattskapelle Sinfonie in Weimar, the Hamburg Symphony, the Philadelphia Orchestra, the New York Orchestra of St-Luke’s, the Detroit Symphony, the National Symphony in Washington, the National Symphony Orchestra of Mexico, the Buenos Aires Philharmonic Orchestra and the Moscow Virtuosi, to name but a few. He has also worked with leading conductors such as Matthias Bamert, James Conlon, Franz-Paul Decker, Charles Dutoit, Christoph Eschenbach, JoAnn Falletta, Claus Peter Flor, Lawrence Foster, Bernhard Klee, Jacques Lacombe, Kent Nagano, Yannick Nézet-Séguin, Jukka-Pekka Saraste, Vladimir Spivakov, and Long Yu.

M. Lefèvre was invited to perform at International Festivals, among which Ravinia, Saratoga (SPAC), Wolf Trap, Cervantino, Istanbul, Epidaurus and Athens. With L’Enfant prodige in 2010, a film about Andre Mathieu’s life, he took part in his first motion picture as music director, composer and pianist. Mr. Lefèvre is a passionate advocate of Québécois composers; indeed, 2012 was also the year of the creation of François Dompierre’s 24 Preludes at the Lanaudière Festival, a concert
and recording saluted as “Event of The Year“ and “Album of The Year“ by La Presse.

In January 2013, he also gave the world premiere with the OSM of the Concerto de l’Asile composed especially for him by Walter Boudreau. In December 2013, Mr. Lefèvre was in concert at Carnegie Hall performing André Mathieu’s works, therefore contributing to the promotion of Canadian music on the international scene. His recent album, Chopin: 24 Préludes, earned Alain Lefèvre a rave review in Fanfare magazine, where he was consecrated as being among the greatest romantic pianists; “With Lefèvre one gets the feeling of what a rare being Chopin was, not just as an artist but as a living soul.”
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