Chloé Dominguez is a young cellist who recently completed her Doctorate in Music performance at McGill University, where she won the largest privately funded music scholarship in Canada, the Schulich School of Music's Golden Violin award. She also earned an Artist Diploma and a Master of Music in performance, at McGill, as well as a diploma from the Conservatoire de Montreal. In 2007 she won first prize at the Festival de musique du Royaume, as well as Radio-Canada's Prix Jeunes Artistes.
Ms. Dominguez is the solo cellist of l’Ensemble Contemporain de Montréal +, directed by Véronique Lacroix and she plays regularly with the Société de Musique Contemporaine du Québec under the direction of Walter Boudreau. In addition, she is regularly invited as a soloist by the best contemporary music ensembles in Montréal, and she never hesitates to go off the beaten path in her artistic exploration. She has premiered several works, notably three pieces for cello and electronics by composer Sean Ferguson: Ex Asperis (2008), Duo pour un violoncelle et un danseur (2008) as well as Miroirs (2007). Active as a chamber musician, Ms. Dominguez is a member of the Trio Morpheus ensemble, the ensemble Spirit’20, the Trio Lajoie, and the cello ensemble formed by Matt Haimovitz, Uccello. Chloé plays on a 1745 Lorenzo Carcassi cello.
In 2019, the cellist participated in the recording of André Mathieu: Musique de chambre, alongside Jean-Philippe Sylvestre (piano), Andrea Tyniec (violin), Marc Djokic (violin) and Elvira Misbakhova (viola). The disc was released in May 2019, on the ATMA Classique label.
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