A graduate of McGill University, Sébastien Pellerin has firmly established himself on the Quebec music scene. A bursary recipient of the Conseil des Arts et des Lettres du Québec, he honed his craft alongside New York double bassists Larry Grenadier and Omer Avital, and attended the Banff Jazz Workshop, studying with masters such as Scott Colley, Donny McCaslin and Dave Douglas.

In recent years, Sébastien has shared the stage with a number of world music artists, including the Huu Bac Quach Quintet and Color Violeta. With his groups, the double bassist has recorded 5 albums, performed in some fifteen countries, taken part in several master classes and helped found the Musicaustral music camp in Chile, whose mission is to teach South American rhythms to local youngsters. Sébastien has also shared the stage with Jorge Martinez, opening for renowned artists such as Paco De Lucia and Cesaria Evora.

Involved in jazz music, he has contributed to various groups including the Benjamin Deschamps Quintet, No Codes, Jean-Nicolas Trottier Quartet, Annie Dominique Quintet and Jacques Kuba Séguin. These groups have played across Europe, in Israel and Canada, and won acclaim at prestigious festivals.

Mr. Pellerin has participated in the recording of over 50 albums, most recently with French chanson icon Gilles Vigneault. Sébastien teaches electric bass and double bass at the college level on a regular basis, and continues to progress as a musician and artist.