Hailed for her generous stage presence and expressive voice, Montreal-born soprano Andréanne Brisson-Paquin is equally devoted to several different musical genres, singing baroque, classical, operatic or contemporary repertoire with the same commitment, rigour, and excitement. In the past seasons, she was invited at Festival International de Lanaudière, Montreal Baroque Festival, Festival de musique baroque de Pontoise, Lufthansa baroque Festival, Festival Music and beyond, Montreal Bach Festival, to name a few. She has won national and international prizes such as Guy-Soucie Excellence Award; Second Prize at Concours International de Musique de Chambre de Lyon; Second Prize at Eckhardt-Grammatée contemporary music competition; Second Prize and Duo Prize at New York’s Joy in Singing. She was also a finalist at the prestigious Montréal International Musical Competition 2012 and performed with Montreal Symphony Orchestra.
She was the guest soloist with ensemble I Musici, Arion, Pallade Musica, Masques, Caprice, Edmonton Symphony Orchestra, Orchestre métropolitain de Montréal, Musica Angelica.
She completed her vocal studies at Université de Montréal before pursuing a Master degree in the Netherlands at Conservatorium van Amsterdam.