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Faculty Profile

Michel Plourde

Audio Engineering Instructor

Michel's musical career began at an early age with piano lessons and singing in choirs. He studied harmony and counterpoint with Tomas Dusatko at St. Michael's Choir School, where he began composing, songwriting and taught himself to play guitar and bass. He later graduated from Humber College (Toronto) as a composer/bass player; receiving the Humber College Composition Scholarship. As well as being a Toronto bass player, Michel has orchestrated, arranged, composed, produced and conducted for film, stage, radio and television and has received the nickname Spock for his theoretical knowledge and “good ears”. His awards include the St. Clair Low Award for chamber music, and his piece “From the Realm of Orpheus” was premiered by the Thunder Bay Symphony Orchestra in 1994. He is currently head of sound for a number of Toronto institutions and teaches music theory, music for film and orchestration at the Trebas Institute.

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