Valérie Milot

Valérie Milot is a musician and entrepreneur who walks an unconventional career path. A sought-after soloist, Valérie regularly performs a rich solo repertoire with prestigious orchestras.

Simultaneously, her YouTube channel boasts over three million views. Her numerous collaborations (with Marianne Lambert, soprano, and Stéphane Tétreault, amongst others) mark a vast discography and frequent appearances on stage, and on radio and television.

Valérie is a professor of harp at the Montréal Conservatory of Music, in addition to holding a Prix avec Grande Distinction upon the completion of her studies with Caroline Lizotte (2008). Winner of the Prix d’Europe the same year, she is the first harpist to win this award in almost a century. Her accomplishments continue thereafter, where she is named Révélation Radio-Canada and receives multiple prizes.

Valérie plays on an “Apollonia” harp by Salvi, graciously loaned to her by the Canimex company of Drummondville and belonging to the patron of the arts Roger Dubois.

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