The critically acclaimed gambist Mélisande Corriveau is one of the most accomplished period stylists of her generation. In constant demand as a singularly versatile ensemble musician, she appears regularly in performance with some of the worlds most distinguished early music ensembles: Masques, Les Voix Humaines, New York Baroque, The Trinity Consort, Les Boréades de Montréal, Les Voix Baroques, etc. Her frequent international tours as soloist and in ensemble have featured her at the Regensburg, Bremen, Potsdam, Boston,Vancouver, Ottawa, Toronto, Lamèque, and Montréal Early Music Festivals, and throughout North America and Europe. She is also a renowned recorder virtuoso, and equally at home on the baroque cello. She has recorded over 20 compact discs for numerous labels. Ms. Corriveau can also be seen and heard on numerous Montréal film, television, studio and theatre productions. She graduated with the highest honors in gamba and recorder from The University of Montréal.