Biography

A four-time winner of the Canadian Music Competition, she made her opera debut at the age of 16 as Lisa in Bellini's La Somnambule. Quickly establishing herself on the national scene, she was then found in roles such as Sophie (Werther, Opéra du Saguenay-Lac-St-Jean), Mademoiselle Silberklang (The Theater Director, Festival d'Opéra de Québec), Sister Constance (Dialogue des Carmélites, Opera McGill), La Reine de la nuit (La Flûte enchantée, Opera NUOVA), Pamina (La Flûte enchantée, Opera McGill), Servilia (La Clémence de Titus, Opéra McGill), Frasquita (Carmen, Société d'Art Lyrique du Royaume), Grande Sacerdotessa (Aïda, Opéra du Saguenay-Lac-St-Jean), Emmie (Albert Herring, Opera McGill) and Flora (Le Tour d'écrou, Orchester de l'Agora). She made her debut in France during the 2019/2020 season at the Opéra national de Lorraine with the role of Barbarina (Les Noces de Figaro), then the role of Oberto (Alcina) in a staged by Serena Sinigaglia with chef Leonardo García Alarcón. A fervent defender of today's music, she notably participated in the creation of the role of Léa in The winter waits a lot of me by Laurence Jobidon (Musique 3 Femmes) and in the American premiere of Th (S) inking Survival (Miguel Azguime, Contemporary McGill Ensemble). In 2017, she played the main role of the opera East o'the Sun, West o'the Moon, by James Garner at the North American premiere of the work, then the role of Hero in the opera Much Ado! by the same composer. In concert, she performs among other places in the Netherlands as part of the Grachtenfestival, in Slovakia with the Košice Philharmonic Orchestra and in Japan where she has given a tour of recitals

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