Natalie Choquette

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Natalie Choquette is a Canadian soprano.[1]


She was born in Tokyo. She grew up in Lima, Peru, Boston, Rome, Montreal, and Moscow. She studied at Institut Saint-Dominique. She graduated from Collège International Marie de France, and from Université de Montréal, where she studied with Roland Richard.,[2] She has received an honorary doctorate from the University of Ottawa.

Her daughter Florence Khoriaty is also a singer.[3]


  • Aeterna Celesta CD (2006)
  • La Diva & Le Maestro CD (2002)
  • Aeterna CD (2004)
  • Natalie Choquette: La Diva DVD (2006)
  • Terra Bella CD (2009)
  • Terra Mia CD (2008)
  • Romantica CD (2007)
  • Le Noël De La Diva CD (2002)
  • Lux Aeterna: La Trilogie CD (2008)
  • Aterna - Romantica CD (2007)
  • La Diva CD (1995)
  • Diva II CD (1997)
  • Diva Luna CD (1998)
  • La Diva Malbouffa (2011)

She won four Félix Awards, in classical music and has sold over 100,000 albums. Covering the following styles: Opera, Classical, Sacred Music, New Age as well as Popular. She has three daughters.[4] She has performed all over the world Natalie has recorded in over a dozen languages including Chinese, Arabic, Russian, Yiddish, Portuguese, Japanese, Greek and more; Natalie also speaks several languages fluently including French, English, Spanish, Italian as well as functional German, Arabic and Russian; Natalie Choquette has represented several prestigious organizations;

She was the official spokesperson for La Fondation Québécoise du Cancer which helped the foundation raise over $30,000 for their Cancer Centres in Québec; In the course of her duties, she appeared on several television shows featuring cooking and healthy eating habits with famed Québec physician Dr. Marcel Béliveau and Swiss author (Anticancer) and cancer researcher Dr Servan Schreiber;

Mrs Choquette is also recently associated with the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada Quebec chapter;

Since 2011 Natalie Choquette has performed as Mimi in La DIva Malbouffa, a children's show which has toured in several hundred schools across Canada and is scheduled to be presented in St Petersburg in the Russian language.

In 2011, she appeared with the Belgian Royal Air Force Band.[5]



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