Chloé Dumoulin

Pianist Chloé Dumoulin made her debut at the Maison symphonique de Montréal under Jacques Lacombe in 2021 and appeared as a soloist with the Orchestre Métropolitain in 2016. Active on the provincial and international scenes, Chloé has performed in Canada, the United States, Italy, France, and Belgium. She received the Grand Prize, piano category, of the Hélène-Lessard Special Prize and was Third Grand Prix Québécor laureate of the 2021 Prix d’Europe. Chloé was also the recipient of the Grand Prix Canimex of the Festival-Concours de Sherbrooke in 2021 and won First Prize at the Canadian Music Competition. In addition, she acknowledges the support of the Fondation du Conservatoire, Fondation Desjardins and AIDA Fund of Jeunesses Musicales Canada.

Also a chamber musician and collaborative pianist, Chloé founded the Quatuor Vatra in 2020. Guest artist of the Montreal Chamber Music Festival in 2020, 2021 and 2022, this ensemble has performed at Bourgie Hall and the Maison symphonique, among other venues. Regularly invited to perform at home and abroad, Chloé has opened for numerous orchestras, including the Orchestre symphonique de Montréal and Orchestre Métropolitain. She appears as a soloist in the 2023 programming of the Chapelle historique du Bon-Pasteur and Orchestre Nouvelle génération.

Trained at the Conservatoire de musique de Montréal, Chloé completed a double master’s degree in piano with André Laplante and accompaniment with Claire Ouellet in 2023. She also obtained the Conservatoire prize cum laude for the Concours en musique de chambre in 2022. During her training, she attended several advanced courses and master classes, notably with Louis Lortie, Éric Le Sage, Ilya Poletaev, Anton Nel, Angela Cheng, and Daniel Shapiro. In September 2023, Chloé Dumoulin will attend the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London (UK), where she has been awarded a full scholarship to complete the Artist Diploma under the tutelage of Ronan O’Hora.