Born in Saint-Joseph de Beauce, south of Québec City, soprano Luce Vachon has studied with Marie-Andrée Paré before entering the class of Louise André, with whom she now pursues a Master’s degree in performance at the Université Laval. Considered as one of the most promising talents of the new generation of Québec singers, Luce Vachon has started to accumulate prizes and distinctions. In May of 1993, Luce Vachon won the “Prix Raoul-Jobin” given by the Fondation de l’Opéra de Québec to honor the best young singer of the year. In that same year, she also came in first in the voice category of the finals of the Concours de musique du Canada and won first prize in her university’s orchestra competition. Invited to perform numerous recitals and in special events, Luce Vachon has also sang in operatic productions. In 1991, she took part in the Festival d’été international de Québec, and she was heard in the Opéra de Québec’s productions of Rigoletto and Aïda. “Noël , Christmas, Weinachten — Unforgettable carols” is her first recording on CD.