ANNE-SOPHIE GAGNON-MÉTELLUS

ANNE-SOPHIE GAGNON-MÉTELLUS

ANNE-SOPHIE GAGNON-MÉTELLUS

Voice teacher

Studies: Bachelor of Music, classical singing, Université de Montréal

A singing teacher since 2018, Anne-Sophie transmits her love of singing through her infectious enthusiasm, her listening skills, and her willingness to always adapt her lessons to the needs and level of each individual.

Having developed a solid technique in classical singing during her studies at the Conservatoire de Musique de Montréal and the Université de Montréal, her interests extend to jazz, pop, R&B, blues, soul, and musical theatre. An accomplished musician, she is also trained in school choral conducting, a training offered by the Réseau choral des écoles québécoises, and is also training in orchestral conducting at the Université de Montréal.

Motivated by a real desire to participate in the development of all those who love to sing and who want to grow, she adopts a human and dynamic approach, centered on understanding a healthy vocal technique that allows everyone to enjoy the pleasure of singing.

Having performed on numerous occasions, including the Montreal Jazz Festival and the Classical Festival, as well as at Place des Arts as part of the pre-concert of Britten’s Illuminations in 2020, Anne-Sophie continues to share her passion by giving concerts and performing on stage. She also focuses her classes on the interpretation of songs, leading her students to develop their stage presence and communicate their own message through music!