Sandrine Masse-Savard is a professional musician who is very active in the field. She graduated in Viola Performance from Montreal University and her classical training brought her to perform everywhere in North America, Eastern Europe and Russia under the baton of some of the greatest national and international conductors. She also performs in festivals, on radio and on tv, in many different musical genres with artists and collectives from all around the globe. Her versatility brought her to participate in a wide variety of projects as a performer (viola, guitar, singing, and percussions), composer, songwriter and artistic director. In the last few years, Sandrine has been developing musical projects in native communities and is specializing in musical education of underprivileged youth. Among other projects, Sandrine recently co-composed a 10-min orchestra piece called Kwayaweh, commissioned by the OPRQ (Orchestre philharmonique de la relève du Québec), which features traditional chants from her Wendat nation, and aims to build bridges between classical and traditional Native American music. She is also currently working on her debut album, which will feature her original songs in a mix of folk, traditional aboriginal rhythms and alt-rock.