Effervescent and luminous, soprano Catherine St-Arnaud is a “simply stunning” artist (Revue L’Opéra), a “first-rate performer” (Opera Canada) who excels in a vast repertoire. Recently, she performed with the National Kaohsiung Arts Center in Taiwan (Adina in L’elisir d’amore) and the Oregon Symphony (Soprano solo, Carmina Burana), in addition to originating the role of Albertine à 30 ans at the Théâtre du Rideau Vert (Albertine en cinq temps – l’opéra).

On stage, she has performed as Susanna (Le nozze di Figaro), Lucia (Lucia di Lamermoor), Duchesse Altisidore (Don Quichotte chez la Duchesse), and Thérèse (Les mamelles de Tirésias). She has also performed in concert with the Brott Festival, l’Ensemble Caprice, the Festival Bach de Montréal, the Grands Ballets Canadiens, Les idées heureuses, l’Opéra de Québec, the Orchestre Métropolitain, and the Státna filharmónia Kosice, working with renowned conductors such as Luc Beauséjour, Nicolas Ellis, ean-Michel Malouf, Matthias Maute, Hervé Niquet, and Alain Trudel. The diversity of women’s voices is at the core of recitals she has presented at the Chapelle historique du Bon-Pasteur and the Société de l’art vocal de Montréal, among several others.