Jorane is the recipient of the prestigious André Gagnon Award from the SPACQ (2015) and received an honourable mention for the Her Music Award bestowed by SOCAN (2023). Her musical career has spanned more than 20 years and has been marked by ambitious accomplishments that have been recognized by the industry. Her most recent album, Hemenetset, earned her nods at the Junos, Adisq, and GAMIQ.
With a dozen albums to her credit and tours that have taken her to the four corners of the world, Jorane emerges as a sonic explorer and an artist of rare freedom, at times at the command of her own projects, and other times at the service of art in its various forms. She has created the soundtracks for numerous theatrical, cinematographic, televisual and documentary works, most notably for the plays Le Journal d'Anne Frank (Gascon-Roux Award) and Albertine en cinq temps, as well as for the film Un dimanche à Kigali, which earned her a Jutra in 2007.
Her achievements include work with the OSQ, the Orchestre Métropolitain, the I Musici ensemble, Margie Gillis, Michael Brook, and Sara Maclachlan and most recently with the Felix & Paul Studios, Award-winning creator of immersive entertainment experiences, highly engaging and inspired virtual reality, augmented reality and mixed reality experiences for audiences worldwide. During her career, Jorane has also shared the stage with Bobby McFerrin, Daniel Lanois, and Anne Sylvestre, to name only a few. Jorane is a spokesperson for Le Phare, Enfants et Familles and a very involved member of the community. She is also an advocate for various organizations working with women in vulnerable situations.