Baritone Martin-Michel Boucher has completed his Master's degree in voice performance at University of Montreal. He has studied under several reputed teachers, among them France Dion, Jean-François Lapointe, Gerald Finley and Richard Margison.
Very active on the opera stage, he has performed the following roles: Germont and Marquis d’Obigny (La Traviata), Zurga (Les Pêcheurs de Perles), Marcello (La Bohème) Peter (Hänsel und Gretel) Count Almaviva (Le Nozze di Figaro), Dancaïre and Moralès (Carmen), Scarpia (Tosca), William Murdoch (Titanic) and more… Operetta roles include: Maurice de Fonségur (Rêve de Valse), Lieutenant Robert (La fille du Tambour Major), Vicomte Florestan de Valaincourt (Véronique), Agamemnon and Calchas (La belle Hélène), Baron de Gondremarck (La Vie Parisienne) etc.
Martin-Michel has also performed sacred music and oratorios.
Martin-Michel Boucher was privileged to work under reputed conductors, such as Nicole Paiement, Jean-François Rivest, Iwan Edwards, Bernard Têtu, Alain Trudel, Lorraine Vaillancourt,Jean-François Lapointe, André Bernard, Giancarlo Martinenghi, Raffaele Ponti. He has also worked for prominent stage directors, such as Benoit Brière, Alice Ronfard, Réal Bossé, Marie-Nathalie Lacoursière, Keith Turnbull, Yves Desgagné...
He has recorded an album of sacred music with oboe and church organ entitled Vitrail. His brand new album: Baritone on Broadway with chamber orchestra will be out in June 2017.