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Steve Bellamy

Producer/recording engineer Steve Bellamy has engineered or produced more than 200 commercial albums and hundreds of concert recordings. He has worked with many US and Canadian artists including Donny McCaslin, Mike Downes, Anton Kuerti, Isabel Bayrakdarian, James Ehnes, the Gryphon Trio, Tafelmusik, Kenny Wheeler, Joe Lovano, Kenny Werner, Edgar Meyer, Kirk MacDonald, Ted Quinlan, Brian Dickinson, John Stetch, Kieran Overs, Chet Doxas, Jim Doxas, Dave Douglas, Steve Swallow, and Sheila Jordan. Many of his recordings have received JUNO awards and nominations.

Steve taught music recording and producing at Humber College and since 1995 also held faculty positions at McGill University, The Banff Centre for the Arts, and The Hartt School of Music, Dance and Theatre at the University of Hartford. He holds a Bachelor of Music degree from UPEI, a Master of Music in Sound Recording from McGill University, and is a graduate of the Advanced Executive Management program at Queen’s School of Business. In 2009 he was founding president of Addo Records, and he became dean of the School of Creative & Performing Arts at Humber College in 2015. In 2018 he moved to Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island to become CEO at Confederation Centre of the Arts, a national heritage institution with multiple theatres, art gallery, and arts education programs.


Several albums engineered or produced by Steve Bellamy have won or been nominated for Canada's JUNO award.


Primary Instrument


Willing to teach

Intermediate to advanced

Clinic/Workshop Information

- Acoustics for musicians
- Audio Engineering / Producing for musicians
- The Human hearing system
- The physical properties of sound
- Fundamentals in Digital Audio
- Music Producing


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