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Valérie Milot is a musician and entrepreneur who walks an unconventional career path. A sought-after soloist, Valérie regularly performs a rich solo repertoire with prestigious orchestras. Simultaneously, her YouTube channel boasts over three million views.

Her numerous collaborations (with Marianne Lambert, soprano, and Stéphane Tétreault, amongst others) mark a vast discography and frequent appearances on stage, and on radio and television.

Valérie is a professor of harp at the Montreal Conservatory of Music, in addition to holding a Prix avec Grande Distinction upon the completion of her studies with Caroline Lizotte (2008). Winner of the Prix d’Europe the same year, she is the first harpist to win this award in almost a century. Her accomplishments continue thereafter, where she is named Révélation Radio-Canada and receives multiple prizes.

Valérie plays on an “Apollonia” harp by Salvi, graciously loaned to her by the Canimex company of Drummondville and belonging to the patron of the arts Roger Dubois.


Valérie Milot | Stéphane Tétreault


Transfiguration, starring harpist Valérie Milot and cellist Stéphane Tétreault, is a total concert experience in which its artists are immersed in an all-encompassing digital and cinematographic environment. A captivating audiovisual concert-going experience, this production promises to dazzle the audience by means of projected imagery, constantly evolving from the very first notes played till the artists’ final transfiguration.


Album Launch

ATMA – Classique

May 6, 2022

World Premiere

Bourgie Hall – Montreal, QC

May 25-26, 2022

“Solo is the culmination of a process of introspection during which I delved more deeply into my connection to my instrument. Through transcriptions, I redefined my relationship with the harp’s technical possibilities and focused on translating its musical gestures, beyond the notes. This exercise further developed my interpretive approach to the works, which was very constructive.” Valérie is aware that these adaptations allow her to reach out to more people and demystify the harp and its universe.

With this new concert, Valérie showcases her ninth album Solo, in which she adapted her favourite classical music pieces for the harp. Paganini, Schubert, Mendelssohn, Elgar, Mahler, Tarrega, Bach and Henry resonate through Apollonia; a rare and precious Salvi harp.

Valérie Milot


Jocelyne Roy, Elvira Misbakhova & Valérie Milot


Musicians Jocelyne Roy, flute, Elvira Misbakhova, alto and Valérie Milot, harp, paint an impressionist fresco in shimmering and singing colors, on the notes of Debussy, Ravel, Devienne and Ichmouratov.

Versailles, 1785. Marie-Antoinette is bored. Her husband, King Louis XVI, prefers to enjoy himself making locks and playing the bassoon rather than paying attention to her. That is when a mysterious foreign musician arrives at court. Discreet, attractive, a virtuoso on the harp, he soon makes the young queen’s heart beat faster. When Marie-Antoinette decides to put on a concert in which both her husband and her new lover are to perform, things turn out a bit more complicated than she had intended.

In a humorous performance featuring works by Mozart, Grétry, Méhul and Devienne, soprano Marianne Lambert, bassoonist Mathieu Lussier and harpist Valérie Milot have fun plunging into the refined but hypocritical atmosphere of pre-revolutionary Versailles and taking a few liberties as they revive the melodies that stirred the blood of courtiers and spawned rivalries among them.

Staging: Élise Rivard
Costumes : Ariane Valade and Amélia Desjardins.

Marianne Lambert, Valérie Milot & Mathieu Lussier



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