President and CEO

After studies in music and in administration, among other things, Marie-Catherine turned towards arts management. She worked for several cultural organizations across Canada (including the Sherbrooke symphony Orchestra, Ensemble Anonymus, Les Violons du Roy and the Carrefour de Théâtre de Québec) and undertook internships overseas. Since she founded Boulev'Art Artists’ Management in 1995, she has sat on several Boards of Directors. Enthusiastic globetrotter, she has a passion about Asia and Europe. Marie-Catherine likes performing arts, cooking, reading and spending time with friends, who have to understand her atypical hours...
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With degrees in jazz guitar interpretation from Campus Notre Dame de Foy as well as in sound engineering from Musitechnic, Benjamin always had a strong passion for music and the arts. He has been fortunate to have held various roles in the industry over the years as a musician, singer and most recently as a client support specialist for Ticketmaster, where he worked with the Casino de Montréal, L'Étoile Banque Nationale and the Rogers Cup of Tennis among others. When he's not at the office or practicing his guitar, he enjoys running, exercising, holding his breath waiting for the Maple Leafs to win the cup again and watching either the Lord of the Rings or Seinfeld marathons depending on the mood.
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Strategic Advisor and project manager

Michel Létourneau has more than 30 years of leadership experience in prominent cultural organizations in Quebec, including the Quebec City Summer Festival, the Quebec Symphony Orchestra, Cinoque Films and the Régie du Cinéma du Québec. He was also Commissioner General of the Government of Quebec from 2001 to 2003 in New York and Mexico. A graduate of the Conservatoire de musique du Québec and the Berklee school of music in Boston, then of the ÉNAP and the Leadership Institute of Montreal and Paris, this musician turned cultural manager has been collaborating with Boulev'Art for the past few years as a strategic advisor and project manager. Michel is a knowledgeable music lover who also enjoys food and being by the water.


Since the beginning of her career Hélène has worked in the cultural sector, more specifically in the performing arts. Among other things, she held the Communications/Marketing Director position for ten years at the Quebec Symphony Orchestra. Until recently, she was a Program Manager at the Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec. She has extensive experience in project administration, strategic planning, and communications. She holds a bachelor's degree in pedagogy and studied art history.
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