Canadian pianist Stéphane Lemelin actively performs as a soloist and chamber musician in Canada, the United States, Europe and Asia and tours internationally with Trio Hochelaga, with violinist Anne Robert and cellist Paul Marleyn. His repertoire is vast, with a predilection for Romantic and especially French music, as manifested by his discography. Among his more than twenty recordings are Fauré’s complete Nocturnes, works by Saint-Saëns, Debussy, Roussel, but also by lesser-known composers. Stéphane Lemelin is director of the French music series Découvertes 1890–1939 with Atma Classique, for which he has already recorded works by Théodore Dubois, Gustave Samazeuilh, Guy Ropartz, Georges Migot, Manuel Rosenthal and Gabriel Dupont, among others. Stéphane Lemelin holds degrees from the Peabody Conservatory of Music and Yale University, and studied with Leon Fleisher, Boris Berman and Claude Frank. He is a professor and Director of the School of Music at the University of Ottawa as well as the Artistic Director of the Prince Edward County Music Festival since its inception in 2004.