At first instrumentalist and comedian, Lysiane finally turn to her first passion : singing. She is interested in diverse styles (pop, jazz, Broadway style, Gospel) and completed a double master's degree in classical vocal performance and in instrumental didactics to the University Laval. In 2010, she occurs in solo concert in the Centre d'Art LaChapelle and obtains her first professional leading role The Mother in the opera Juniper Tree from Philip Glass and Robert Moran presented in first canadian. She received excellent reviews for this role.
These during her studies that she develops her interest for the movement and the embodiment in the practice of singing. She also learns Dalcroze Eurhythmics as well as in the somatic education and complete a diploma specialized in Eutony Gerda-Alexander. In 2011, Lysiane obtains a scholarship of the Quebec-Moscow Association to make a vocal advanced training course with Natalia Dmitrieva in Gnessin Academy of Moscow in Russia. Lysiane was provincial finalist in the Canada Music Competition( 2007 ) as well as silver medal in the Mozart competition of the Sinfonia de Lanaudière ( 2008 ). She occurred in several concerts, recitals and artistic projects of which the sound weft of the play Le grand sommeil ( 2011 ). She is also organized a lot of musical events during her studies to the University Laval and was twice nominated in the Gala des Muses.
Lysiane is a PhD candidate in studies and practices of the arts at the University of Quebec in Montreal (UQAM). Her research concerns the performativity in opera. She is a singing teacher and also teached instrumental didactics at UQAM. She collaborated in 2018 to the creation-research project of Sylvi Belleau Le rêve d'Urmila as singer and composer. She participates regularly in congresses to present her research and to give singing workshops.
picture : Réjean Savard