Josée Lalonde moves from one musical style to another with astonishing ease, as demonstrated by her richly contrasted artistic experience. She has appeared as soloist with several renowned classical ensembles such as Les Idées Heureuses, Caprice (Matthias Maute), Constantinople (Kiya and Ziya Tabassian), the Theatre of Early Music (Daniel Taylor), and Masques (Olivier Fortin). Her work with the Studio de musique ancienne de Montréal (Christopher Jackson), Viva Voce (Peter Schubert), MSO chorus, Opéra de Montréal chorus, and les Violons du Roy (la Chapelle de Québec / Bernard Labadie) further attest to her love of many different styles of music. She has participated in several World Beat concerts with Karen Young, with whom she also recorded the albums Canticum Canticorum (2000) and Âme, corps et désir (2007). In addition, she has lent her voice to the movie soundtrack of La nuit du déluge (Gaëtan Gravel et Serge Laforest, 1996). Other examples of her wide-ranging skills include several projects with Cirque du Soleil (Kâ, Corteo, Zed) and Cirque Éloize (Nebbia), as well as a solo role in the Montréal production of Howard Shore’s The Lord of the Rings (2004). Josée Lalonde’s artistic journey regularly takes her from early music all the way to contemporary works. Throughout it all, certain constants remain: talent, passion, boldness, and versatility.