Thériault, Madeleine



Part-time Instructor
Contact Information:
Tel: 514-848-2424 ext. 4559
Office: GM 500-42
Vocalist, arranger Madeleine Thériault currently teaches vocal jazz in the Music Department of Concordia University. In 2000 she founded the McGill University Jazz Choir which she directed until 2010. She taught graduate and undergraduate students at Université Laval in Quebec City and is in demand as an adjudicator and clinician. 
A versatile musician, she studied in both the jazz and classical traditions. 
In 1990 she graduated with honors from Concordia University and was 
awarded the university's Music Prize. In 1994 she earned a Master of 
Music in Jazz Vocal Performance from prestigious University of Miami. In 
the course of her studies, she participate in many jazz workshops headed 
by influential figures such as Joe Henderson, Pat Metheny, Mark Murphy,  
Red Rodney , Betty Carter. 
Since returning to Montreal, she has shared the stage with some of 
Canada's top jazz musicians. She has performed at Jazz sur le vif en folie, 
Upstairs Jazz Bar, Hotel Clarendon, les Maisons de la culture. She has 
been recorded and broadcasted by CBC. Her CD Eclipse, which she 
produced in 2008, received excellent reviews. 
She teaches jazz repertoire, interpretation, improvisation, and specializes 
in teaching voice technique as it pertains to jazz and other popular forms 
of singing. 
Official Website 

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