Bruno Mathieu, from Paris to Québec City

Bruno Mathieu is a French organist born in 1958. He studied organ, composition and piano with famous French teachers. He is the main organist at the Saint-Justin de Levallois-Perret Church near Paris. He also plays at Notre-Dame de Paris Cathedral as well as Saint-Sulpice, Saint-Germain-des-Prés and la Madeleine Churches. He has given over 600  concerts in Canada and Europe.

Bruno Mathieu teaches organ at the Paris XXe Conservatory and recorded various pieces from  J.S. Bach, Louis Vierne, Jean Langlais, Marcel Dupré, and Olivier Messiaen. He wrote a Te Deum, played for the first time in Notre-Dame de Paris on December 31, 2000, as well as a ‘’fantasy for organ’’ or a ‘’silly little piece for piano’’.