Marie-Noelle Berthelet is the principal flautist of the Regina Symphony Orchestra, a position she has been enjoying since 2004 when she moved from her native province of Québec. She was the student of Jacques Zoon and Jeanne Baxtresser at the New England Conservatory of Music in Boston and was awarded the Governor General's Medal for her studies in flute interpretationat the Conservatoire de Musique de Trois-Rivières.
As a soloist, she has performed concertos by Reinecke, Griffes, Chaminade, Vivaldi, Mozart and Liebermann with several ensembles through Canada.
She performs regularly with Per Sonatori, a period instrument ensemble, where she plays the baroque flute and the recorder. An active musician in the orchestra, on the chamber music and the new music scene, her playing is characterised with great fluidity and sensitivity.
Her studio at the University of Regina and at the Conservatory of Performing Arts includes 15 young dedicated flautists. Marie-Noelle has also written and produced several children concerts for the Regina Symphony Orchestra and is an active teaching artist through the prairies.