Well established in the world of Baroque music. Marie Bouchard has performed with the MSO, Les Violons du Roy, Tafelmusik, The Toronto Consort, Opéra Atelier, Symphony Nova Scotia and Seventeen Voyces. She is also a member of The Ottawa Baroque Consort and Halifax’s Tempest. Marie has recorded cds with Les Boréades, Les Voix Baroques, Aradia, The Ottawa Bach Choir and The Thirteen Strings.
Past projects include newly composed music: Barry Phillips’ Indian “Baroque” suite, John D. Geggie’s Vibrations, Andrew Ager’s operetta Casanova. On the harmonium, Marie played in Saint-Saëns’ “L’assassinat du duc de Guise” and Romance op.27, and in Debussy’s Prelude to the Afternoon of a Faun.
Marie also finds time to coach and accompany early music ensembles at Carleton University and Ottawa University. When she is not off camping in the woods, Marie enjoys participating in summer music festivals such as Music and Beyond, the Ottawa Chamber Music Festival and Boxwood.