Quebecer of Chilean origin began playing the violin at the early age of five years old, following in the footsteps of her father, a bassist, guitarist, and singer. Alongside being an instrumentalist, she decides to dedicate herself to singing and undertakes a jazz cursus leading to a University of Montreal degree in 2015.
In 2017, Mikhaëlle Salazar launched her solo project and she released her first mini-album Deslembrança on April 10, 2018, which proved to be a hit with the critics and the public alike.
" She is a very refreshing singer, songwriter and composer [...] She doesn't shout, she sings, it's so nice." – Francine Grimaldi, Samedi et rien d’autre, Radio-Canada Première.
Mikhaëlle performs in many venues, different festivals, and on different tours in Canada, Mexico, and France with different ensembles, namely with the Teresina Quartet along with Jim Hillman, Salsalazar, Impulso Flamenco, and her new collective Mikha.elles. As a multi-talented artist, she has appeared several times as a backing singer in the popular television show « En direct de l’univers », a Radio-Canada production, and also made an appearance at the Radio-Canada 75th anniversary gala.