Music has always been an integral part of my life. At the age of nine, I began my piano lessons and then, at the same time, I became a chorister with Les Petits chanteurs de Laval, where I sang for 9 years. Then I sang in different adult choirs and conducted choirs my self.
Along with all of this, I developed a love for science. Promising myself first to a mechanical engineer career, I continued my studies in natural sciences and then the love of music made me want to do a second college education in classical piano.
Finally at crossroad,I found a career at middle point from artistic and scientific world. The curiosity I had every time the piano tuner came to my house led me to sign up to an university program related to piano tunning. I was fascinated by how my musical instrument worked.
Whenever the tuner came home, I spent all my time watching him work and questioning him. He even agreed to let me give a few notes myself so that I would have an idea of how to do it.
At the time, not really having a complete training available in Quebec, I went to the University of Western Ontario in 2007 for the intensive training: Certificate in Piano Technology. It was in June 2008, with my diploma in hand, that I began to practice the profession in addition to teaching the piano. Two years later, I regrouped my activities under the name of Pianiste Québec.
For over a decade now, I have taken care of pianos for pianists of all ages and levels. So, is it your turn?