History of Trebas Institute
Trebas Institute was founded by David P. Leonard in 1979 as a response to the growing need for proficient and versatile music recording & business professionals and film makers. Trebas Institute is a film, entertainment and music production school that prides itself on comprehensive and practical hands-on training.
With celebrated instructors who are experts in their fields and state-of-the art tools and facilities, Trebas Institute continues to provide exceptional industry-focused education in recording arts, film production and entertainment management.
Over the years, Trebas Institute has launched the careers of many highly respected and famous graduates. In the year 2012 alone, Trebas grads Michael Piersante, Noah "40" Shebib, and Megadeth guitarist/vocalist David Mustaine were nominated for a total of 7 GRAMMY Awards.
Its legacy of highly successful graduates has allowed Trebas Institute to now provide two distinct and renowned campuses in Montreal and Toronto, with a wealth of excellent programs designed to prepare students for successful and rewarding careers in the entertainment industry.
Looking forward and always striving for success, Trebas Institute remains one of the most renowned digital media and recording arts schools in Canada today.
Trebas Institute of Montreal has been recognized by the Quebec Ministry of Education in 1996 (permit 749738) and all of its programs have been since approved by the Ministry and lead to an Attestation of Collegial Studies.
Trebas Montreal Programs