Biography

Audrey was born in Levis, Quebec. She studied at the ''Ecole de musique Jésus-Marie'' in Lévis. She continued her studies at the ''Cégep Ste Foy'' in classical singing. Winner of the Professional Chamber of Opera Directors of Europa, presented at the gala of the ''Jeunes Ambassadeurs Lyriques'' in November 2008,

 

While studying at Université Laval in the class of Hélène Fortin, Audrey performed several roles such as Constance in Dialogues des Carmelites by Francis Poulenc, The Fire,  the Princess and the Nightingale in L'enfant et la sortilèges by Maurice Ravel, the title roles in Alcina by G.F. Handel and Cendrillon by Massenet, respectively. She sang the role of Antonia in Les Contes d'Hoffmann by Jacques Offenbach at the Opera Brasov in Romania. In 2008, Audrey sang Rosalinde in Die Fledermaus by Johann Strauss, at the Opera Workshop of the University of Montreal under the direction of M. Jean-François Rivest.


 As of 2009, she was a member of the Opera Studio of the Staatstheater Nürnberg, where she sang the young shepherd in Wagner's Tannhäuser, the first boy in Die Zauberflöte, the High Priestess in Verdi's Aida, Luigia Emilia di Liverpool in Donizetti's and Anna in Nabucco from Giuseppe Verdi. She also sang the role of Amour in Orphée et Euridice by Gluck at the ''International Gluck-Nürnberg Opern-Festspiele 2010''.


Fellow of the scholarship ''Abbé-Gadbois'', University of Montreal and the ''Jeunes Ambassadeurs Lyriques'', Audrey holds a Master's degree in Vocal Performance at Laval University under the tutelage of Hélène Fortin, and a graduate degree in opera at the University of Montreal in the class of Yolande Parent. In November of 2008, Audrey won the first prize of the Mozart Competition of the Sinfonia de Lanaudière.  


From 2010 till 2014, Audrey was a member of the ensemble from the Gerhart-Hauptmann-Theater Görlitz-Zittau.  She performed several roles, such as Cunegonde in Candide by Bernstein, Rosalinde in Die Fledermaus by Johann Strauss, The Countess in Les Noces de Figaro by W.A. Mozart, Violetta in La Traviata by Guiseppe Verdi, Frau Fluth in Die lustigen Weiber von Windsor by Otto Nicolai,  and Beggar Woman in Sweeney Todd by Stephen Sondheim.