Allan Sutton has been tuning and repairing pianos for over 20 years.
Showing an aptitude for music at an early age, he studied at École de musique Vincent-d’Indy before going on to earn a master’s degree in piano interpretation from the Université de Montréal. As a top-notch pianist and versatile artist, his work as a piano technician and tuner is informed by his passion for music.
His technical skill and extreme musicality combined with a profound grasp of mechanics and physics are what account for his high standing among both colleagues and clients.
Nicolas Lessard is an accomplished double bass player who graduated from Glenn Gould School of the Royal Conservatory in Toronto, University of Montreal and the Trois-Rivières Music Conservatory.
A musician moved by passion and inquisitiveness, Nicolas has specialized in baroque music. Over a period of fifteen years, he has participated in CD recordings and toured with Arion ensemble, Caprice, Les Idées Heureuses, Les Boréades as well as the Trois-Rivières Symphony Orchestra.
Endowed with an exceptionally keen ear for appraising the characteristics of sound, he has devoted the recent years to piano maintenance and tuning, and is now an associate of Piano Technique Montreal.
For Manon Bouchard, music has driven her throughout her whole life. Raised in a family of piano tuners, she has nurtured a living passion for all aspects related to pianos, from performance and pedagogy to maintenance.
Graduated from McGill University (Master of Performance, Piano) and from the Université de Montréal (Master of Arts, Musicology), she taught music for several years, at the École de musique Vincent-d’Indy among others, and founded a piano school in Sherbrooke.
Thanks to her strong interest for customer service and communication, she has now joined the Piano Technique Montreal’s team.