Montréal soprano Danièle Forget is one of the most respected interpreters of Early Music in Canada. She acquired a diploma in voice interpretation at the Université de Montréal where she received singing lessons from Louise André. Having obtained a bursary from the Canada Council, she polished her skills with Nigel Rogers and Emma Kirby, both specialists in music from the renaissance and the baroque eras. Danièle Forget is frequently invited to perform with Toronto’s Opera Atelier and Canadian ensembles such as Tafelmusik, the Studio de musique ancienne de Montréal, Arion, Les Violons du Roy, and Les Coucous bénévoles. She is a regular guest of the Vancouver Early Music Festival, the Festival de musique baroque de Lamèque, and of the Boston Early Music Festival. Her performances, which always attract considerable attention, and her interpretations filled with sensitivity have been widely acclaimed by the public and the critics.