Marie-Ève Arseneau has been choral conductor (children and teenagers) at CAMMAC for over ten years. A native of the Magdelen Islands, she completed her Bachelor of Music and Education degrees at McGill University. Her academic excellence was rewarded with a number of prizes including the Governor General’s Medal at École Vincent d’Indy and the Bernard Shapiro Award at McGill, where she was also named a Schulich Scholar. She is currently teaching band at FACE School (grade 4 to 11), she is the assistant conductor of the English-Montreal School Board Choral and she is also a piano teacher. Marie-Eve is a longtime chorister with an increasing list of conducting assignments to her credit. She sang for several years with some of Montreal’s finest chamber choirs, including La Ceilagh and Seraphim. In recent years, she was featured in a television documentary on FACE School as part of the Écoles à l’examen series presented by Claire Lamarche on Télé-Québec.