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Hélène Plouffe

Hélène Plouffe

Hélène Plouffe has a passion for early music and performs it in all possible guises: as soloist, chamber player, in string quartet, and in orchestra. In order to touch upon as vast a repertory as possible on period instruments, she is equally fluent on the baroque violin, the baroque viola, and the viola d’amore. Hélène Plouffe is an instructor of baroque violin and viola at McGill University, is a founding member of the Boréades ensemble and of the Franz Joseph String Quartet, and is concertmaster of La Nouvele Sinfonie, the Theatre of Early Music, and the Académie Baroque de Montréal.

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