Under the direction of Michel Brousseau, Les Chanteurs de Sainte-Thérèse is a classical choir of professional-level singers. Founded in 1961 by Jean-Pierre Guindon, the choir has regularly performed in the Montreal and Laurentian regions, with ensembles such as the Montreal Symphony Orchestra, the Laval Symphony Orchestra and I Musici of Montreal. It has premiered several Canadian works, including Messe en mi mineur by Raymond Daveluy (1984), Missa pro Trecentesimo ANNO by Jacques Hétu (1985), Te Deum by Clermont Pépin (1991), and Cantate pour une joie by Pierre Mercure (1995). In 1999, the arrival of Michel Brousseau as artistic director and choirmaster marks the beginning of an important collaboration with the New World Philharmonic Orchestra and Choir, which he also conducts. This powerful partnership has led to various projects of grandeur, including the annual performance of Mozart’s Requiem at the Notre-Dame Basilica in Montreal.