Voice teacher

Studies: Undergrad studies in pratique artistique, UQAM

Influences: Pop, blues rock, soul and R&B.

Around the age of 9, Sophie Nadeau developed a passion for music. Following in her mother’s footsteps, she began to learn popular singing with her. Over the years, she participated in several shows and competitions that allowed her to command the stage, including the regional high school final in show in 2010 and the Blainville song finals from 2011 to 2014. In high school, she also acquired more ample musical knowledge in the music concentration program of the Sainte-Thérèse high school as a flute player. She also participated, along with her mother and uncle, in “Un air de famille” on Radio Canada in the fall 2013.

She continued her popular music development at Collège Lionel-Groulx which she completed in 2016. Always seeking to surpass herself, Sophie began her Bachelor’s in artistic practice in the fall of the same year at UQAM from were she graduated in 2019 which marked the end of her academic career.

Influenced by many artists such as Lara Fabian, Joss Stone, Adele or Angel Forrest, the performer has developed a diverse musical universe around genres such as pop, blues rock, soul and R&B. Also having a great attachment to French-language song, she is always ready to discover new music and is interested in music that fascinates her students.

Perfecting her art for over 10 years, as a singer has now passed on her knowledge and passion for the past years by teaching popular singing in different music schools. Through a personalized approach, she adapts to each student according to their knowledge and their goals. For Sophie, fun and learning go hand in hand in order to acquire a better knowledge of one’s instrument and all the colours of one’s voice!