Rosane Lajoie, Piano
- Plateau Mont-Royal
Rosane Lajoie studies piano at the Conservatoire de musique de Montréal, where she is pursuing a Certificat de Stage de Perfectionnement with Suzanne Goyette. Beside her training as a solo pianist, she developed a strong interest in art song, chamber music, french and german diction and continuo. In 2016, she had the opportunity to work under the guidance of Olivier Godin as a rehearsal pianist for the Conservatoire's Opera Ensemble. Several scholarships allowed her to take part as a solo or collaborative pianist in various workshops such as Orford Musique, Domaine Forget, Euro Music Festival in Germany and Francis Poulenc Academy in France. Interested in new music, she was awarded the Lorraine Vaillancourt Prize for Contemporary Music at the latest Festival de musique du Royaume for the interpretation of a work by French composer Tristan Murail. Having completed with distinction her master's degree in 2019, she had since the chance to play in masterclasses for Jean-Philippe Collard, Maria João Pires, Ronan O'Hora and Sara Davis Buechner. In 2020, she will participate in a one-semester exchange in Stuttgart in order to study German Lied, thanks to a scholarship from the Baden-Württemberg Foundation.