James Dowbiggin (b. 1993 – Ottawa, Ontario) is a Canadian piano technician, keyboardist, and composer. Having studied music since age five, he strives to attain the best possible sound in all his musical endeavours. James currently resides in Halifax, Nova Scotia, and holds an Hon. Bachelors of Music from Wilfrid Laurier University.
During his career, he has developed an artistic voice influenced by a wide community of internationally diverse artists. With intrinsic interest in all forms of music, James has cultivated sonic dialects with numerous artists in a vast array of projects and streams.
James has been involved musically in NUMUS, the Atlantic Music Festival, the International Society for Improvised Music, the Open Ears Festival, the Burlington Sound Of Music Festival, the Kultrun World Music Festival, the Waterloo Region Contemporary Music Sessions, and the Kitchener-Waterloo Kiwanis festival. He is a synthesist and keyboardist in the Seagram Synth Ensemble, their debut album No Moving Air released on vinyl and all digital platforms.
If your piano requires attention, whether it be tuning, regulation, repair, or consultation, contact James.
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