Amelie Brodeur

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  • Classical music
  • Pop music

Amélie Brodeur (born in Montreal, Canada) is a Québecoise-Born flute.[1]


Raised in Montreal, Brodeur studied flute performance at the Universite de Montreal and graduate studies in performance at Concordia University As a graduate student, she was the winner of the Marusia Yaworska scholarship that recognizes excellence of music performance. She is also the Founder of The Montreal Flute Festival that went on from 2016-2018 and co-hosted with Flautist Alexa Still. Brodeur is also Founder of The Flute Channel a Music Video and Music Education Channel on YouTube for which has over 100,000+ subscribers and over 15 Million views. [2]

Music career

She's continues to hold the post of principal flute with Orchestre 21 under the baton of Paolo Bellomia where she has performed as solo flute for notable concertos of Gilles Tremblay (composer) and Jacques Hetu.[3]

A recording of her performance of Niccolò Paganini's 24th Caprice was released on YouTube in 2020 and went viral and has over 100,000 views. She has also recorded the works of Vivaldi's 4 Seasons, Villa-Lobos and many other notable works. Brodeur has also transcribed and recorded the violin concerti (4 seasons) of Vivaldi and the 24th caprice of Niccolò Paganini for flute.


Brodeurs's recordings include:[4]

  • Ecouter, Ecouter Ensemble (2014)

In the media



  1. Bélanger, Cédric. "Cours de flûte traversière: déjà plus de 100 000 abonnés sur YouTube pour Amélie Brodeur". Le Journal de Quebec (in français). Retrieved 2020-12-14.
  2. Harvey-Pinard, Katherine. "Une Longueuilloise atteint 100 000 abonnés sur sa chaîne Youtube de flûte traversière". Le courrier du sud (in français). Retrieved 2020-12-28.
  3. Gingras, Claude. "L'Orchestre 21 : derrière ses solistes". La Presse (in français). Retrieved 2010-06-09.
  4. "Ecouter Ensemble | Album". Bandcamp. Retrieved 2014-01-31.

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