A pianist and keyboardist located in Montreal, Guillaume Dostaler is everything you may contact a trusty sideman. He’s a preferred collaborator among Ambiances Magnétiques performers, and has made an appearance on information by Jean Derome, Robert M. Lepage, Joane Hétu, Patrice Desbiens, and Nathalie Derome. His use international artists continues to be limited, mostly due to his preference to stay in Montreal, but he used Lawrence “Butch” Morris on his trip to the city. He’s a gifted pianist having a brain opened to fresh ideas. Dostaler got a traditional music upbringing and researched piano in the renowned École Vincent d’Indy in Montreal. He began playing appropriately in the first ’80s with several ensembles, mainly in jazz and songs, but also briefly performed funk. His 1st gigs included carrying out with Karen Youthful, René Lussier, Lepage, and Derome. His chair in the latter’s avant-jazz group Jean Derome et les Dangereux Zhoms, through the entire 1990s, is exactly what brought him probably the most interest. With this group, he documented three CDs for the label Ambiances Magnétiques (Carnets de Voyage, 1994; Navré, 1995; Torticolis, 1998) and made an appearance in a large number of jazz and songs celebrations across Canada (Montreal, Vancouver, Guelph), america (Edgefest in Ann Arbor, MI), and European countries (Moers in Germany, Banlieues Bleues in Paris, France). When Morris found carry out a Montreal ensemble in 1995, Dostaler enlisted and shows up on the record Conduction 23 (1996, ” NEW WORLD “). But his skills both like a cutting-edge improviser and imaginative sideman are better illustrated on Derome’s witty Je Me Souviens and Hétu’s minimalist Musique d’Hiver. He also toured Quebec within functionality artist/vocalist Nathalie Derome’s trio for Les 4 Ronds Sont Allumés.