I attended Kwantlen Polytechnic University from 2010 through 2015. I had a pleasant experience with all my teachers whom were very helpful to...
Tazmyn Eddy is a professional trumpet player from Vancouver, BC, currently living in Montreal. He frequently performs with the Montreal Symphony Orchestra, the Montreal Opera, les Grand Ballets Canadian de Montreal, CBC Radio Orchestra, the National Arts Centre Orchestra, and l’Orchestre Symphonique de Quebec among many others. He completed his Music Diploma at Kwantlen Polytechnic University before transferring to complete his Bachelor’s Degree in Orchestral Performance at the University of Victoria, BC, and finally his Graduate Artist’s Diploma (graduated with distinction) from Le Conservatoire de Musique de Montreal. His principal teachers include Tom Shorthouse (Vancouver Opera), Louis Ranger (New York Philharmonic), Manon Lafrance (Canadian Brass), Stéphane Beaulac (LA Philharmonic).
He was featured in CBC Radio’s Hot 30 Classical Musician’s Under 30 (2016 edition). He has been a featured soloist with the Suoni del Golfo Festival Orchestra in Lerici, Italy, the Thunder Bay Symphony Orchestra – “…the sweet and smooth siren of Taz Eddy’s trumpet…”, Thunder Bay Chronicle, 2016, as well as the Canada-West Chamber Orchestra, Raven Baroque Ensemble, and the University of Victoria Orchestra (2011 competition winner) among others.