Marie-Laurence Primeau

A versatile artist, Marie-Laurence Primeau leads an active career in early music on both recorder and viola da gamba. She performs with ensembles such as Les Boréades de Montréal, Le Consort des Voix Humaines, La Cigale, Les Idées Heureuses, Les Voix Baroque and the Toronto Masque Theatre. She has appeared in prestigious festivals across Canada, […]

Alexa Raine-Wright

Equally at ease on the traverso and recorder, American/Canadian Alexa Raine-Wright maintains an active Montreal-based performance career. She is a graduate of McGill University, and is a founding member of the award-winning ensemble Infusion Baroque. Winner of several national and international competitions, Alexa was awarded the Devonna & Amos Gerber Grand Prize and the Indianapolis […]

Sophie Larivière

Sophie Larivière is a musician specialised in early music. She appears with many important music ensembles such as Les Violons du Roy (Quebec) Ensemble Rebel (New York), L’Orchestre Baroque de Montréal, L’Ensemble Arion (Montreal) and Les Idées Heureuses (Montreal), with whom she has toured extensively in Quebec, New Brunswick and Ontario. In 1997 she joined […]

Tobie Miller

Recorderist, hurdy gurdy player and soprano, Tobie Miller grew up in Vancouver and Montreal. After studies at McGill University (B. Mus, Honours Early Music Performance, 2004) she moved to Switzerland to pursue advanced studies in medieval music performance at the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis. Tobie currently divides her time between Basel and Montreal, and has performed […]

Vincent Lauzer

Hailed for his “athletic and virtuoso playing” and “sensitive interpretations”, recorder player Vincent Lauzer leads an active career as a performer, artistic director, and teacher. He is Artistic Director of the Lamèque International Baroque Music Festival in New Brunswick, Co-Artistic Director of Les Plaisirs du clavecin, Head of Youth Development with Arion Baroque Orchestra, and […]

Matthias Maute

Matthias Maute, direction, flûtes

The conductor, composer, recorder and flute soloist Matthias Maute, winner of two Juno awards, has acquired an international reputation. He is the artistic director of Ensemble ArtChoral, Ensemble Caprice, and the Bach Society of Minnesota. Impressed by his artistic approach, The New York Times described the orchestra he conducts in Montréal, Ensemble Caprice, as “an […]