Vice President, Sales, Simon Couture joined Casavant Frères in 1992. He studied organ at the University of Laval in Québec City, where he earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Music History and the Master’s Degree in Musicology. He has played in many churches in Québec City, among which are Saint-Roch, Très Saint-Sacrement and the Université Laval Chapel. In addition to his work at Casavant Frères he regularly publishes articles, a listing of which may be found in the Published Articles section of the website. His most recent contribution is the text of the entry on the Casavant brothers for the Dictionary of Canadian Biography. He also is frequently asked to give lectures on the history of music in Canada and on the history of Casavant Frères. During the Organ Historical Society’s convention in Montréal he was one of the featured lecturers and also assisted with the researching of information for the convention program. His life long interest and passion for the organ and its history gives him an encyclopedic knowledge about older instruments, in particular those built by Casavant Frères.