Marjorie Tremblay

Oboe

Marjorie Tremblay

Marjorie Tremblay is a graduate of the Montreal Conservatory of Music, where she studied with Bernard Jean and Lise Beauchamp and finished with a chamber music prize with high distinction before going on to graduate studies at DePaul University under Chicago Symphony principal oboe Eugene Izotov. She has received Canada Council Scholarships, and played with the Cleveland Orchestra as a participant in the Blossom Festival at Kent State University. She also took part in the Lucerne Festival Academy under the artistic direction of Pierre Boulez.

She has appeared frequently with Les Violons du Roy, joining the orchestra in some of the great European and American concert halls and as a soloist. She’s a regular on the Quebec music scene, a member of the wind quintet Pentaèdre, and has been second oboe of Orchestre Métropolitain since 2008, with which she has also appeared as a soloist.