Since graduating in 2019 with a master’s degree in early music, Marie Nadeau-Tremblay has established herself on the Canadian scene as an emerging young baroque violinist. In 2019, she landed an unprecedented four awards at the Mathieu-Duguay Early Music Competition, including First Prize. Named Radio-Canada’s 2021–2022 classical “Revelation” and winner of the 2022 “Discovery of the Year” Opus Prize, Nadeau-Tremblay also received the 2022 Choquette-Symcox Award from the Jeunesses Musicales Canada Foundation. While her album La Peste (2020) earned Juno and Opus award nominations, her album Préludes et solitudes (2021), which was highly acclaimed by both the CBC and Early Music America, won a 2023 Opus Prize for “Album of the Year.” In 2022, Marie Nadeau-Tremblay received a career development grant from the Fondation Père Lindsay. She performs on an original Thomas Perry violin (1750) as well as on an Amati model violin by Timothy Johnson generously loaned to her by Mr. Jacques Marchand. In addition to music, Nadeau-Tremblay enjoys drawing and is studying Mandarin and Japanese.