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Sarah Fortin

Navigating between light and shadow, Sarah Fortin draws her strength from music. She knows how to transpose failures into successes and turn the pages to write new ones.


Today, Sarah pursues an artistic career already rich in experience: she started in the vocal group Les Rossignols from 1996; becomes a backup singer for Sylvain Cossette; assumes one of the main roles in the revival of the musical The Race to Happiness; practiced the various vocal techniques with Johanne Bolduc and finished as a finalist in the Secondaire en spectacle competition then the public's favorite; obtains a role in the play Jeune de cœur written by Élodie Lessard, and focuses on writing her own musical and theatrical texts.


Pursuing choral singing within the vocal group L'Écho Beauceron, Sarah was involved in the production and staging of several of the group's shows from 2011 to 2016. On her way, she became a chorister for Tocadéo; participates in the song Je rêve by Noir Silence; is involved in benefit shows for Espérance cancer, the Richelieu club, Accueil Grossesses, the association for social integration and for the Lac Mégantic tragedy. Accompanying herself on the guitar, Sarah won the Cégep en spectacle contest and the public's favorite with, among other things, one of these compositions. Member of improvisation teams, she pursues her passions for the stage, acting and music while reconciling her studies for a DEC in Arts, Letters and Communications and in Visual Arts and lands the leading role (Tracy) in comedy. musical Hairspray presented by the Académie du Théâtre Musical and directed by Mrs. Hélène Ouellet.


Named Cultural Personality of Cégep Beauce Appalaches, Sarah offers a solo show for the Georgian Summer Recitals at the Arboretum of the City of Saint-Georges. Following her many performances on the Beauceronnes stages, she was approached by Stéphane Rancourt, director of Pascal Picard Band, The Season (Hubert Lenoir) and many other emerging artists in the industry.


In 2016, Sarah was selected for the École Nationale De La Chanson in Granby where she continues to write and compose, accompanied by her teachers such as Jean-Luc Éthier, Jipé Dalpé, Gaële Tavernier, etc. She sings alongside Philippe Brach for the opening of the Francofolies de Montréal. Winner of the 2018 edition of Ma Première Place des Arts in the performer category, with Laurence Nerbonne as mentor, she participated in the Francofolies de Montréal on the Hydro Québec stage, was part of the discoveries as part of the summer festivities at the Jardins Gamelin in Montreal and won the lead role in the musical Flammes, based on the works of Ginette Reno, presented in 2019 at the Cinquième salle of Place des Arts.


Sarah has been teaching stage interpretation and acting as a vocal coach since 2018. In 2020, she co-produced her very first radio extract which is also one of her compositions, Chu Stallée, alongside Maxime Comeau and Christophe Martin, and was Director artist within Productions KM for two years. 

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