Soprano Hélène Brunet is an emerging Canadian artist whose singing has been celebrated for its “style, refinement, purity; music that speaks without artifice.” In recent seasons, Hélène Brunet has collaborated with reputed ensembles and orchestras, including the Orchestre métropolitain, Seattle Baroque Orchestra, Columbus Symphony Orchestra, American Bach Soloists in San Francisco, Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra, I Musici de Montréal, Ensemble Caprice, Ensemble Aradia, Ensemble Les Boréades, Clavecin en Concert and l’Harmonie des saisons. In opera, she sang on tour in a production of Persée (Lully) at the Royal Opera House of the Château de Versailles with the Toronto company Opera Atelier. She has sung under such renowned conductors as Yannick Nézet-Séguin, Jean-Marie Zeitouni, Eric Milnes, Jeffrey Thomas, Kevin
Mallon, Matthias Maute, David Fallis, and Alexander Weimann. Born in Quebec City, Hélène Brunet is a graduate of the University of Montréal and continues her studies with reputed New-York voice teacher Neil Semer. She is also an ambassador for Simaudio.