Singer, author, composer, “ethno-inspirer” teacher and trainer, Marie Trezanini is, among other things, a graduate of the University of Quebec in Montreal in jazz and popular music. She has had rich artistic experiences for 20 years and she get supported of several cultural organizations, including the Conseil des Arts et des Lettres du Québec. , the Canada Council for the Arts and the Montreal Arts Council.
Rich in a repertoire of original compositions; musical compositions on poetry, rearrangements of traditional songs as well as songs in French and English, she has several shows to her credit.
She transits the essence of the Eastern and Mediterranean Worlds through original compositions; inspired from Arabic music such as "Muwashahat", Arab-Andalusian songs, to traditional Ladino, Greek, Turkish, Iranian songs then sacred Jewish, Sufi and Eastern Christian songs. Always inspired, she gives the words the imprint of her experience in a rare purist search.
Marie Trezanini won a number of 1st prizes in competitions and was selected to participate in the Showcase of Métis Music in Montreal. She performs in many Festivals including, on several occasions, the Arab World Festival and the Sephardic Festival of Montreal, the Babel Music Festival, the Nulle Part Aile Festival, the Festival des Traditions du Monde, the Orientalys Festival and more recently in Montpellier, Sacred Chant Festival ANIMA, the Estivales and the Feasts of Saint-Roch. She is part of many collaborative projects including; "Voices of Arabia and the Mediterranean", Tribute to Samy Elmaghribi, L'me de l'Andalousie with the AMAM ensemble, composes the music on "D'Amour" a collection of poems by the Montpellier writer David Léon, tours with the Lebanese singer Salam Geha, performs in Ivory Coast, India and shares the stage with the Sufi group Qawwali Fannah-Fi-Allah.