BIOGRAPHY

Chloé Dominguez

Chloé Dominguez is an exceptionally versatile cellist and passionate chamber musician. A regular participant of numerous international festivals such as the Festival International de Lanaudière, Festival of the Sound, and the Ottawa Chamberfest, she has shared the stage with, among others, Marc Fewer, Charles-Richard Hamelin, James Campbell and Stéphane Tétreault.

Solo cellist of Orchestre Classique de Montréal, Chloé Dominguez is an ardent performer of contemporary music and, as soloist, has premiered many new works. She has recorded on the ATMA, Analekta, Oxingale Records, and the Espace 21 labels.

As a winner of the Instrument Bank Competition of the Canada Council for the Arts, she has been loaned the McConnell Nicolaus Gagliano cello. She has also won the Schulich School of Music’s 2009 Golden Violin award.

Chloé Dominguez completed a doctorate in music performance under the tutelage of Matt Haimovitz at McGill University, where she now teaches chamber music and cello. As well, she taught at the Domaine Forget International Music and Dance Academy since 2016. She plays a 1745 Lorenzo Carcassi cello.