Catherine Brunelle, soprano
Catherine Brunelle began her musical education at a very young age, starting with the violin, which she studied with Mr. Langis Breton at the Conservatoire de musique du Québec in Chicoutimi. It is only towards the end of the 1990s that she began studying voice, with Christine Harel. Since then, she has been a member of various choirs in the Montreal area, including those of St. James the Apostle and St. Matthias anglican churches, where she was also occasionally heard as a soloist, and more recently with the OSM chorus. She has sung as a guest soloist for diverse amateur choirs and as a backing vocalist on various occasions with artists such as Marie-Claire Séguin, Léa Pool, Christine Harel, and Antoni Carlone. She is one of Quavaria’s founding members.