The Canadian tenor, Marcel d'Entremont, graduated from Acadia University in Nova Scotia after studying with Dr. Christianne Rushton. He was the recipient of the Portia White Award, the highest achievement in voice, for the Nova Scotia Talent Trust. Accepted on full scholarship, he is currently completing a Master of Music degree at the University of Toronto as a student of Darryl Edwards. He received 2nd place in the Art Song category of the Hal Leonard international voice competition and performed for over 50,000 people at the Royal Nova Scotia International Tattoo in 2013.
Marcel d'Entremont has appeared with Opera Nova Scotia, and as the tenor soloist in Messiah with the PEI Confederation Singers, and W.A. Mozart's Coronation Mass with Nova Sinfonia. Upcoming performances include Roméo/Tybalt in Jeunesses Musicales du Canada's touring production of Roméo et Juliette, Alfred in Die Fledermaus with the Maritime Concert Opera, and the tenor soloist in J.S. Bach's Cantata BWV 131 with the Cantabile Chamber Singers (Director: Cheryll Chung). He has worked with such celebrated musicians as Mel Braun, Ivars Taurins, Wendy Nielson and Stephanie Blythe.