Aymeric Dupre la Tour holds a Doctorate of Musical Arts from the Juilliard School.
He is a vocal coach and piano instructor faculty for the Ensign-Darling Vocal Fellowship, The Bushnell, and the acting director of music at St Theresa church, Trumbull. He created and directed the Parlor Concert Series at the North Stonington Historical Society. He is the artistic director of the newly-founded Connecticut Art Song Society, which main performance venue will be the New London Maritime Museum.
Aymeric collaborates regularly with acclaimed soprano Jūratė Švedaitė and coached her to prepare for her recent performances and recording with the Lithuanian National Symphony Orchestra. He performed recently Brahms sonatas with violonist and conductor Adrian Sylveen.
He has worked as a staff accompanist at Oberlin Conservatory, Baldwin Wallace-Conservatory (OH), and the International School for the Arts (Niagara) and work for years as piano accompanist at Suzuki on the Island.
His experience as an accompanist in Richard Miller's class as well as his advanced studies in Choral conducting founded a solid knowledge for vocal coaching. Dr. Dupre la Tour's expertise in Early Music is greatly valuable when it comes to approaching Baroque Music and provides an opportunity for for interpretations that are fresh and meaningful, while respecting operatic traditions. Aymeric Dupre la Tour has played with New York Times-acclaimed flutist Eric Lamb for his debut recital in New York and many times with Michel Debost, while in Oberlin.