Specializing in Baroque flute, Grégoire Jeay frequently performs in Quebec and in Canada, and has played in France, Belgium, Mexico, Turkey, the UK, and the US. He is recognized for his musicality and his expressiveness, as well as for his great skills in ornamentation and improvisation. His virtuosity on the transverse flute is equally appreciated on the recorder and various flutes from around the world. He is a member of several prominent early music ensembles, with which he regularly performs and records, including Tafelmusik, Les Idées heureuses, Theatre of Early Music, Les Voix humaines, Ensemble Caprice, La Mandragore, Constantinople, Skye Consort and La Nef. He has performed with such internationally renowned artists as Karina Gauvin, Phillipe Sly, Suzie LeBlanc, Emma Kirkby, Marie-Josée Lord, Hélène Guilmette, Daniel Taylor, Luc Beauséjour, Sylvain Bergeron, Simon Standage, Olivier Brault, and Hendrik Bouman. In parallel to his activities as a flutist, Grégoire Jeay composes and arranges soundtracks and other types of works for a variety of instruments.