Guy Pelletier has many varied experiences: soloist, chamber musician and improviser. He is comfortable in all musical idioms and has played with contemporary, classical, jazz, rock and world-music groups. Mr. Pelletier has taken part in numerous premieres and has made several tours of North America, Asia, Europe and Oceania. He has also recorded for dozens of Canadian, American, French, as well as German radio concerts and performances in addition to close to forty CDs of various productions. He was a member of Montréal’s Nouvel Ensemble Moderne (NEM) for 17 years and the woodwind quintet Pentaèdre for 14 years. He is now a member of Saïd Mesnaoui’s Moroccan music group and of the Traces tandem founded in 1990 by himself and percussionist Julien Grégoire. Mr. Pelletier is also very active as a studio musician in Montréal and he teaches flute at Montréal’s Concordia University and at Trois-Rivières College, east of Montréal.