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Isabelle Thériault Inc.

Multi-Talented Isabelle Thériault is a Cultural Ambassador for Acadia

Isabelle Thériault is a multi-talented artist and instrumentalist. She began her career as a musical accompanist for various artists such as Sandra LeCouteur, Pascal Lejeune and Lennie Gallant before founding the musical group “Les Muses”. She then served as musical director for the ECMA winning group “Ode à l’Acadie”. As a dominant player in the cultural life of Acadia, Isabelle has served as artistic director for various productions, events and SOCAN circles.

In 2010, Isabelle founded Isabelle Thériault Inc. in Caraquet, at the former Espace Tournesol Inc. location. Isabelle Thériault Inc. is a multi-faceted company that focuses on production, publishing and musical education. Through the production side of her business, Isabelle works as an artistic and musical director. New Brunswick only has a few of these directors and Isabelle is proud to offer this service in the Acadian Peninsula and beyond. Her clients include professional companies, festivals, cultural associations as well as television and radio.

The newest addition to her business is the publishing service which was added in October, 2013. This aspect of her company deals with the management of copyrights and royalties for artists and composers. Since this phenomenal entrepreneur has an impressive catalogue of music, she ensures maximum revenues for artists, composers and arrangers.

Isabelle also offers various training to youth through her academy. Its mission is to offer musical training to young artists and to prepare them for an eventual career in music by offering a variety of experiences similar to those of professional artists. Students can learn through 25 week programs from October to May, private lessons, group workshops as well as live productions. With the creation of her academy, she also gave birth to the FALABELLA choir, a musical group for women from the Acadian Peninsula.

Isabelle believes in giving back to her community and is involved in many community groups and organizations. She is President of Downtown Caraquet, serves on the Commission culturelle de Caraquet’s board of directors, is a member of MICRO, a member of the Chamber of Commerce as well as a columnist for l’Acadie Nouvelle.

This talented trailblazer is only 33 years old and has either won or been nominated for many achievements including a JUNO nod in 2012 for her live DVD “Drumshow”. In 2013, the NB Association of CBDCs named Isabelle Thériault “Female Entrepreneur of the Year” for the Acadian Peninsula.

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