12th season: Trumpet in Crazy for You and Man of La Mancha and Festival Theatre fanfare leader. Stratford: Gigi, Anything Goes, Hello, Dolly!, onstage musician in Much Ado About Nothing, My One and Only, The Music Man, West Side Story, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, Evita, Camelot, 42nd Street, The Pirates of Penzance. Elsewhere: Miracle on 34th Street (The Grand Theatre); The Secret Garden, Man of La Mancha, Big River, Carousel, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, The Pirates of Penzance, The Music Man, The Boy Friend, The King and I, Crazy for You, Anything Goes, Singin’ in the Rain, Bye Bye Birdie, 42nd Street, Brigadoon (Huron Country Playhouse); Guys and Dolls, No, No, Nanette, My Fair Lady, Barnum, Oklahoma!, Sweeney Todd, Me and My Girl, Man of La Mancha, Annie, Fanny (Windsor Light Opera). Symphony Orchestra: Since 1983, Philip has held posts with orchestras at Windsor, Winnipeg and Thunder Bay and has been engaged as an extra and/or substitute musician with orchestras at Calgary, Ottawa, Kitchener-Waterloo, London and Toronto, including the Symphony, Opera and National Ballet. Chamber Music: Windsor Brass Ensemble, Detroit Chamber Winds, Foothills Brass Quintet, Trillium Brass Quintet and Ensemble Vivant. Teaching: Mr. Seguin has served on faculty for the Académie Ste. Cécile, the Inter-Provincial Music Camp and the University of Western Ontario and is completing his 10th academic season as Lecturer of Classical Trumpet at Toronto’s York University. Training: The University of Windsor (BMus), student of James Tamburini and Kevin Good; the Banff Centre of the Arts, pupil of Erik Schultz, David Hickman, Armando Ghitalla and Allan Dean; the Keystone Brass Institute; the International Youth Symphony, as Principal Trumpet, Wm. Bruce Curry, conductor.