Soprano Suzie LeBlanc is one of the most sought after early music sopranos of her generation as well as a gifted interpreter of lieder, French mélodies, Acadian repertoire and contemporary music. She has worked with many of the world’s leading early music ensembles in concert and on disc and has collaborated with conductors Paul Goodwin, Stephen Stubbs, Bernard Labadie, Kent Nagano, Yannick Nézet-Séguin and Alexander Weimann. On the opera stage, she performed for De Netherlands Opera, Opéra de Montréal, Boston Early Music Festival and Early Music Vancouver. Recipient of honorary doctorates from King’s College and Mount Allison Universities for her artistic achievements and research, she also recently played the lead role in the award winning film Lost Song (Best Canadian Feature Film Award at the Toronto International Film Festival in 2008). With Alexander Weimann, she founded Le Nouvel Opéra, ensemble-in-residence at the Music Conservatory of Montreal.