Stephane is an internationally recognized drummer, clinician, educator, and author. He is currently freelancing with numerous bands, touring and recording. Steph has also presented hundreds of drum clinics and master classes in the United States, Canada, Taiwan, Europe, Brazil, and China. He has performed at the Canadian Cape Breton Drum Festival, the Taipei International Percussion Summer Camp (Taipei National University of the Arts), the Da Dong Tian Xia Music Concert (Shanghai Grand Theatre), the Batuka International Drum Festival in Brazil,the Shanghai International Percussion Camp, the Benny Lim SG Drum Academy in Singapore, the Quebec Capitale DrumFest, the Chris Lesso Drum School in Toronto, at the Drumming Lab in Paris, at DRUMEO in Vancouver and at KoSA 24 Drum & Percussion Camp 2019, just to name a few.
Stephane maintains a busy private teaching schedule, coaching students from 15 countries on Skype and at his studios, located in Quebec City (Canada) and New York City (USA). Students from all around the world come for intense, unique and personalised programs. Stephane has studied drumset with many renowned teachers from around the globe including Dom Famularo, Jim Chapin, Paul Brochu, Rick Gratton, Robby Ameen, Jeff Salem, Paul DeLong, Joe Bergamini, John Favicchia, Aldo Mazza, Memo Acevedo, Eduardo Guedes, Richard Irwin, Claus Hessler, and Frank Belluci. He attended the Manhattan School of Music to study with John Riley and Bobby Sanabria, and also studied at the Conservatory of Music in Quebec City. Stephs interests in writing and education have led him to become very active in the music publishing world. He is the co-author of the books The Weaker Side, Drumset Duets, and Pedal Control (Wizdom Media “ Alfred Publishing). Stephane also edited the latest editions of the worldwide number one drum books, Stick Control, and Accents and Rebounds, by George Lawrence Stone. He remains a contributing writer for Modern Drummer, Canadian Musician and Percussive Notes.