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Baptiste Lejeune is a freelance Canadian and French drummer based in Montreal. After studying at Conservatoire de Paris in both classical percussions and jazz drums, he then graduated from McGill Univeristy in 2021. He enrolled the school after receiving a full scholarship to join the jazz performance program. Baptiste was also awarded the Lou Williamson Jazz Award in 2018, during his time at McGill. Since, he has been playing and working with many great North American musicians including André White, Grant Stewart, Clovis Nicolas, Steve Ash, Paul Sikivie, Vanisha Gould, Kevin Dean, Jean-Michel Pilc, Andrés Vial, Josh Rager, Lex French, Sam Kirmayer, Adrian Vedady, Al McLean, Dave Watts, Alec Walkington, Ira Coleman and Dan Faulk.

Baptiste is regularly performing in different Montreal clubs, restaurants, hotels and other music venues as well as teaching music lessons privately.

From January to July 2023, Baptiste lived in New York City, where he was the drummer at the Tribeca Jazz Institute, a intensive, performance-based program created by Grant Stewart. He received a Professional Development grant from the Conseil des Arts et des Lettres du Québec (CALQ) in order to enroll.



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