Eugene Cormier

Eugene Cormier is in high demand as a solo performer, chamber musician, accompanist, studio musician, adjudicator, and as a teacher. Born in Corner Brook, Newfoundland, Eugene received his Bachelor of Music in Classical Guitar Performance from Acadia University under the guidance of Ken Davidson. After completing his degree he traveled to Toronto, where he continued his guitar studies under the tutelage of renown guitar teacher Eli Kassner. He has also attended masterclasses/studied with: David Russell, David Tanenbaum, Alvaro Pierri, Pavel Steidl, Dale Kavanagh, Hubert Kappel, Bruce Holzman & Stephen Robinson. Eugene currently teaches Classical Guitar, Guitar Ensemble, Rock History, Music Technology and Rudiments at Acadia University, in Wolfville Nova Scotia. His guitar students are frequently top prize winners in many competitions. He is also the Vice-President and co-founder of the newly formed Halifax Guitar Society and is the Musical Engraver for the Guitar Foundation of America’s magazine ‘Soundboard’. In his spare time, Eugene is a: self proclaimed Linux/GNU guru, die hard golfer, and spends countless hours sorting and cleaning his immense 17,000+ record (vinyl) collection.

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Oct 22

First assembly of 2016!!

Hi all, just wanted to let you all know that the Halifax Guitar Society is holding its first assembly of the year next week, Thursday October 27th at 6:30. It will happen in Room 111 at the Dal Arts Centre. There will be an instrument show and tell so be sure to bring your instruments, …

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Oct 02

Welcome to the new Halifax Guitar Society’s website

Welcome to our new website. We hope that this site will not only be a central point for information for our members, but also a community hub for all things relating to Halifax Guitar. Please have a look around, sign up for our mailing list, register as a user and post on our forums. Eugene

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