Photo of Geneviève Liboiron
Credit
Lou Scamble, 2018

Geneviève Liboiron

A graduate of the University of Montreal under the direction of Laurence Kayaleh and Anne Robert, violinist Geneviève Liboiron is very active in Montreal's contemporary music scene. She collaborates regularly with ensemble Paramirabo, ensemble Wapiti and No Hay Banda, three eclectic new music projects of which the latter two she is a cofounder. She has performed with La Machine, Punctum, Allogène, the ECM+, the NEM, the Bradyworks, and the SMCQ ensembles, all dedicated to the promotion of new music. She has performed extensively throughout Europe, North and South America and across Canada. She has been awarded scholarships from the Kayaleh Academy of Geneva, the Orford Arts Centre and the Banff Arts Centre and teaches at Domaine Forget academy and Père Lindsay music camp. In great demand as an artist-in-residence at various new music festivals, Geneviève has been invited to perform at Harvard University, Simon Fraser University, the National University of Bogota and the Catholic University of Santiago, among others.