Anne-Marie Denoncourt holds a Bachelor of Music in Piano Performance and Music Education from McGill University, where she studied under Louis-Philippe Pelletier. In 1986 she received a Master of Music from Westminster Choir College in Princeton, New Jersey. While in the United States she was fortunate to study with master accompanists Dalton Baldwin and Margo Garrett. Ms. Denoncourt pursues carreers as both piano teacher and accompanist. She accompanies singers and instrumentalists, principally at Université de Montréal, McGill and at Ecole de Musique Vincent–d’Indy. Her performances have been broadcast many times on the CBC/Radio-Canada shows “Jeunes Artistes”, ”Quebec in Concert”, “Radio Noon” and “Choral Concert”. Among the groups she has performed with are the Tudor Singers of Montreal, Musica Orbium, the Montreal West Operatic Society, St.Lambert Choral Society , Ensemble Vocal Musica Viva (World Symposium on Choral Singing in Vancouver, 1993), Chorale du Gesu, Ganymède (Podium 2002 in Toronto), Polymnie ( Open House : MSO new Maison Symphonique in 2011 ) , and English Montreal School Board Chorale (World of Children Choirs in Vancouver, 2001 , Festival 500 in St.John’s, Newfoundland, 2003 /2007/2013 and Coastal Sound Youth Choir Festival in Vancouver, 2009). Ms. Denoncourt is also artistic co-director at CAMMAC Music center in the Laurentians.