Eric Beaudry

Bouzouki | Guitar | Vocals

Guitar, Bouzouki, Mandolin, Singing

We are very happy to announce that Eric Beaudry will be joining us at Music Camp this year!! Hailing from the beautiful province of Quebec, he will be sharing both his musical and cultural traditions when comes to Lakefield in July.

ÉRIC BEAUDRY was first exposed to traditional Quebec music in Saint-Côme, a village in Quebec’s Lanaudière region. Raised by a family entrenched in music, he began singing and playing guitar at the age of 10. In 1992, he unleashed his musical ambitions on local audiences by founding La Galvaude, followed-up later by Ni Sarpe Ni Branche and Norouet.

Éric’s passion for music also helped foster an interest in song, which led to several awards including a 2002 Prix Mnémo for his role in producing the album Musique gaspésienne, featuring violinist Édouard Richard. In 2003, hot on the heels of this success, Éric became a member of La Bottine Souriante.

Éric’s love of music also spurred a passion for enlightening others and, following the completion of a Bachelor of Arts in pop guitar and jazz, Éric began teaching traditional music at Joliette’s CEGEP régional de Lanaudière in 2002. Wherever he performs, Éric’s rich vocal range and unquestionable talent on stringed instruments—guitar, mandolin and bouzouki—guarantee a rousing performance for all.

We look forward to welcoming Eric to Music Camp this year and sharing in his many musical talents!

To learn more about Eric and his many projects, visit .