A graduate of the Conservatoires de musique du Québec, Annie Gadbois continued her training in music at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore. She obtained a master’s degree in performance and an Artist Diploma. She has received numerous scholarships from the Ministère des affaires culturelles du Québec and the Canada Council for the Arts, as well as several awards including the All Collegiate Scholar Award from the United States Achievement Academy, the Gregor Piatigorsky Cello Scholarship, and the Miriam Friedberg Chamber Music Award. She was also awarded the Excellence Prize of the City of Chicoutimi. Annie is very active on both the classical and popular music scenes in Quebec. As a member of the Trio Nelligan, she has toured with the Jeunesses Musicales Canada and has been a guest artist at numerous festivals in Canada and the United States. She has also participated in the First International Meeting in Jerusalem under the direction of the famous Yo-Yo Ma and Isaac Stern. Annie regularly participates in numerous shows and recordings with Quebec and international artists such as, to name a few, Céline Dion, Luciano Pavarotti, Barbra Streisand, Ginette Reno, and Jean-Pierre Ferland.