Marcus Lowry is a Canadian singer-songwriter, guitarist and producer based in Montreal. Since earning his Bachelor’s degree in jazz performance from the University of Montreal in 2017, Marcus has worked with a wide array of Canadian and international jazz, folk and pop artists, such as Belle Grand Fille, Diane Tell, Alex Le Blanc, Aaron Dolman, Marthe Halvorsen and many more.
His debut solo album, “Time, Time, Time” is set to be released this coming fall. It is produced by the beloved Canadian musician and producer Joe Grass, recipient of two Félix awards and multiple Juno nominations.
Marcus is also one half of the aptly named avant-folk duo, Gen & Marcus. In 2019, they co-produced and released their first album, “Warden”, to local and critical acclaim. The following year, Marcus served as the producer and musical arranger of Belle Grand Fille’s second album, “Nos Maisons,” which also received widespread praise as well as a Félix nomination.
Marcus’ musical journey began at the age of six, when he began studying the violin under Anne Richard of the Laval Symphony Orchestra. He completed both the Vincent D’Indy and McGill Conservatory programs on the violin before deciding, at the age of 10, to trade his violin in for the guitar. Since then, the guitar has been at the core of Marcus’s artistic sound and he has spent the last two decades deepening his connection to music, and nurturing his own voice as a singer-songwriter.
He continues to collaborate as a musician and a producer, all-the-while devoting himself to the research and creation of his own work.
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