January 17 2019

Trio Iberia won the prize Public Choice given by Conseil des arts de Montréal for the 2017-18 tour.

February 24 2019 - 11:00

Trio Iberia - Impressions d’Espagne

Foyer Gilles-Beaudoin of J.-Antonio-Thompson Hall, Trois-Rivières

April 6 2019 - 13:00

Judge at Classival Competition

Chalet of Park Delpha-Sauvé Salaberry-de-Valleyfield

May 18 2019 - 20:00

Trio Iberia - Impressions d’Espagne

Salle Saint-François-Xavier - 994 Principale street, Prévost J0R 1T0

July 7 2019 - 11:00

Trio Iberia - Impressions d’Espagne

Parc Michel-Chartrand, Longueuil

July 28 - August 4 2019 

CAMMAC Musical Camp

Teaching classical and flamenco guitar

85 CAMMAC road, Harrington J8G 2T2

Octobre 19 2019 - 14:00

Intimate recital

885 St-Jacques street, Longueuil

Reservation: 514.354.1292


March 14 2020 - 20:00

Concierto de Aranjuez

Orchestre symphonique de Trois-Rivières J.-Antonio-Thompson Hall

April 19 2019 - 14:00

Trio Iberia - Impressions d’Espagne

La maison de la musique - 124 George street, Sorel-Tracy J3P 1C6

Fall 2020

Fernando Sor : Guitar Masterpiece

Releasing of a double CD



Michel Beauchamp studied at the Conservatoire de musique de Montréal. He obtained a first prize in guitar in the class of Jean Vallières and completed a graduate diploma in Harmony, Counterpoint and Fugue under the direction of Jacques Faubert. Mr. Beauchamp has studied in Canada and Spain with great guitar masters, including Manuel Barrueco, Alvaro Pierri and David Russell. He then pursuing a career as a concert artist, chamber musician, researcher, lecturer and jury member in Canada, the United States and Europe.

Mr. Beauchamp recorded for the first time in 2001 under the ATMA label with soprano Adrienne Savoie. The recording contains transcriptions for voice and seven strings guitar by Michel Beauchamp of works by Mompou, Dowland, Schubert, Granados, Hahn, Ravel, de Falla and Rodrigo.

He then took an interest in flamenco, that he added to his professional repertoire in 2003. After ten years performing with his troupe Pasión Flamenca, he create Atelier de Guitare Flamenca.

In 2004, started a long period of research on three composers: Francisco Tárrega, Johann Sebastian Bach and Fernando Sor. At the 100th anniversary of Tárrega’s death in 2009 and after five years of research is published Tárrega - Complete Guitar Works at Productions d’OZ (DZ 1180) and a recording at XXI-21-Universal. In 2011, Michel Beauchamp has recorded the J.S. Bach - Complete Lute Works with a seven strings guitar for the label XXI-21 and has supervised their publishing for Productions d’OZ (DZ 1575). Finally, Fernando Sor - Guitar Masterpieces is published at Productions d’OZ (DZ 2814) in 2017 and completed these three great guitar’s corpus anterior to the twentieth century.

In 2014, Michel Beauchamp founded the Trio Iberia with Johanne Morin violinist and cellist Julie Trudeau. The repertoire of the trio consists of transcriptions of Mr. Beauchamp of the most beautiful Spanish classical works of great composers such as Granados, Albeniz, Rodrigo and de Falla. Finalist for an Opus prize in 2015, the Trio Iberia made a concert tour for the Conseils des Arts de Montréal in 2017-18 and won the prize Public choice. The Trio Iberia has recorded the CD Impressions d’Espagne. To buy one, click here.

Michel Beauchamp’s seven-string classical guitar is a creation 2016 of the luthier René Wilhelmy. For flamenco, Mr. Beauchamp uses a 1966 Ramirez manufactured by the workshop chief Pedro Contreras y Valbuena.


“I had the pleasure of welcoming Michel Beauchamp several times to the Chapelle historique du Bon-Pasteur in Montreal, where I was the artistic director, to interpret brilliantly, among others, the complete works for guitar of Tárrega and Bach that he edited and recorded.

 Michel Beauchamp is an outstanding musician and guitarist who demonstrates an unusual technique and, contrary to so many others, is scrupulously respectful of the texts he interprets with tenderness, elegance, musicality, poetry and refinement. So many qualities that characterize his playing and, the pleasure experienced by his audience is the demonstration.»

- Guy Soucie, Artistic Director