Marie-Véronique BOURQUE is the recipient of two First Prize awards from the Quebec Conservatory of music in Flute and Chamber music. She is also an award winner of the Quebec Symphony Orchestra Competition. She was invited as a soloist with different orchestras in Quebec.
In 1992, Marie-Véronique joined the RCMP Band as a musician. After the disbanding of this musical group, she worked as a police officer in Quebec while continuing to perform her flute for different venues. In 2006, she moved to Regina to work as an instructor at the RCMP Academy.
The following year, Marie-Véronique became utility flute with the Regina Symphony Orchestra and joined the Quarter Tones Flute Ensemble. Later on she also became a member of the Per Sonatori Baroque Ensemble.
In 2012, Marie-Véronique discovered a real interest for Jazz and started performing in this musical genre. She released a first Jazz album Ue porte s'ouvre in 2018 (#5 Best Album of the Year in Saskatchewan). Marie-Véronique was also a nominee for the 2018 Saskatchewan Music Awards, a semi-finalist award winner from the 2018 Canadian Songwriting Competition and for the 2019 Unsigned Only International Songwriting Competition. She has been invited to perform in Canada, the USA, France, Switzerland, and the UK.