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Joseph Rouleau, President of the Board of Directors of Jeunesses Musicales Canada (JMC), bids adieu after 25 years of dedicat

Posted by Christopher Boyle | September 19, 2014

Bass Joseph Rouleau, President of the Board of Directors of Jeunesses Musicales Canada, bows out after 25 years of dedicated service.

Last weekend, Jeunesses Musicales Ontario (JMO) attended JMC’s Annual General Assembly in Orford, Quebec. It was a momentous occasion in which we met with our colleagues from JMC, Jeunesses Musicales New Brunswick (JMNB), as well as representatives from our volunteer Chapters across Ontario, Quebec and the Maritimes. It was at this meeting that the internationally renowned bass, Joseph Rouleau announced his retirement after 25 years as President of the organization’s Board of Directors.

Elections were held at the same time and former Vice-President of the JMC Board of Directors, Jean-Guy Gringas, was elected as the new President. Mr. Gingras is happy to contribute his expertise to the preservation of JMC’s activities and the development of the organization in years to come.

The entire JMC movement is indebted to Mr. Rouleau for his work and many accomplishments over the past 25 years. As a token of appreciation, he was presented this weekend with a nameplate for the JMC Hall in Montreal, which has now been renamed the Joseph Rouleau Hall.

Thank you Mr. Rouleau for your years of dedicated service and all of your hard work. We will forever be thankful for your leadership and your passion for helping emerging artists across Canada!

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