Starting her musical career at 4 years old, Vicky quickly showed her talents toward arts. When she was 6 years old she recorded her first single titled "Les fleurs du printemps". At that young age she also started her singing lessons in Quebec. Later on she took lessons in piano, dramatic arts, theater (french and english) and many dance styles (jazz, classical, modern, funky, tap dancing). She was the lead of a musical comedy and was also requested to record its soundtrack in Montreal when she was 8 years old.
Adding to the previous televisual and radiophonic appearances, she had the opportunity to sing for the Queen Elizabeth II alongside Roch Voisine and David Foster (Michael Jackson, Whitney Houston, Céline Dion...), when she visited Canada for the 125th anniversary of the Canadian Confederation. She was an ambassadress for "The Year of the Family". Receiving many awards, she coanimated "Le téléthon des étoiles" and sang its main song. She released a Christmas album titled "Les grands classiques de Noël" and her eponymous album. Seven of the ten titles on that album where signed by no other than Eddy Marnay (Céline Dion, Édith Piaf, Barbara Streisand...)
She studied singing with renowned teachers such as Miss Liette Provost, Gina Bausson, Marc Provençal and others. Her teaching is diversified thanks to fine tuned techniques tailored to each singer’s particular needs.
You only have to try it once to be convinced!