You know him as an electroacoustic musician, but you discover he’s into contemporary jazz. He’s a consumate improviser but few know he’s also a studio musician. You think you’ve pegged him as a lecturer and then discover that he’s a producer. He’s played bass guitar forever, but is equally happy playing the laptop.

Pierre Alexandre Tremblay is never quite where you expect to find him. Each of his activities is influenced by the others and he loves that this shapes his creativity infinitely, keeping him from always staying in one place.

Québécois by birth and by temperament, Pierre Alexandre has been teaching composition and improvisation at the University of Huddersfield in England since 2005, where he currently works on the Fluid Corpus Manipulation project.

He has also collaborated on a variety of projects, playing bass guitar and manipulating sound. He is a member of ars circa musicæ, de type inconnu,, and Splice, blending from noise to free jazz, from punk rock to contemporary music.

Pierre Alexandre Tremblay follows many paths to the same end: the hybridization of his various musical influences into a single, coherent poetic language.