Mylène Bélanger began learning harpsichord at an early age in Rimouski, Quebec and obtained le Prix avec grande distinction à l’unanimité at the Conservatoire de musique de Rimouski (2001) and a Doctoral degree in Performance from the Université de Montréal (2012). She has been heard on Radio-Canada’s Jeunes Artistes and has performed with numerous chamber ensembles in Quebec, including les Violons du Roy. Since 1996, her honours include awards from the Wilfrid Pelletier Foundation, FQRSC, the Giorgio Cini Foundation (Italy), the Foundation Beaulieu-Langis and the Université de Montréal. Her studies led her to Europe, at the ESMuC (Barcelona) in 2006-2007 and at the Royal Conservatory of Brussels, studying with Frédérick Haas in 2011. A versatile artist, Mylène is dedicated to interpretation on both the harpsichord and the organ, and to coaching and teaching. She has received critical acclaim as a soloist: “she genuinely astounded, raising prodigies of sonority without the slightest muss or fuss” (James R. Ostreich, New York Times).