Chloé Lacasse is a Montreal based francophone singer and songwriter who has been active on the Quebec music scene for almost a decade now. She presents a rich and purposeful fusion of indie, folk, classical and ambient rock influences to create her alternative pop music. Her first place wins at the “Ma première place des arts” music contest in 2006, and at “Les Francouvertes” in 2011, were important stepping-stones on her musical path. The latter giving her the opportunity that year to launch her debut pop indie-rock album «Chloé Lacasse» produced by Antoine Gratton. In 2014 she released her sophomore album LUNES, a more organic toned recording with light and airy orchestrations. The following year, in 2015, «La SPACQ» acknowledged her work as a songwriter by awarding her the «André (Dédé) Fortin» prize. It was also in 2015 that she presented the critically acclaimed new show «Les Vies possibles», conceptualized and directed by active members in the theater field. Chloé Lacasse first began her artistic journey studying music, drama and classical piano. Her training lead her to work also as an actor and musician, as well as a musical designer for theatre and dance shows.