Virginie Proulx-Tremblay is a college psychology teacher and has a double life in music. After her studies in classical singing at Vincent d’Indy Music School, she received several distinctions, including Le prix d’expression musicale, the Canadian Classical Music Festival, Cégep en Spectacle and Univers-Cité en Spectacle. This last prize gives her the opportunity to be recruited by the singer Jamil and to share his stage several times in the first part of his shows as a singer-songwriter.
Since 2016, as vocal arranger and choir member for the Cabaret Jazz Band, she has had the opportunity to sing with Kim Richardson. For more than twenty years, she has also sung in classical choirs (Chœur St-Laurent, Chœur Philarmonique du Nouveau Monde) as well as jazz ensembles (Jazz Pop and Talons Hauts, Combo Jazz de l’Université de Montréal).
A passionate teacher, Virginie has worked as a choir director for nearly ten years with geriatric patients; for Les Petites Voix du Plateau, for the Stanislas music school and as a rehearsal coach for the musical theatre troupe at Jean-de-Brébeuf College. On occasion, she has the privilege of teaching choir to children and teenagers at the CAMMAC Music Centre, where she first made her debut as a lifeguard and monitor for the best summers of her life!