Vincent Ranallo’s career is mainly focused on concerts and creations. Known for the beauty and expressiveness of his voice and the strong conviction of his interpretations, he has performed with a growing number of ensembles and at numerous festivals such as Ear Heart Music (New York), Athelas New Music Festival (Copenhagen), New Music Concerts (Toronto), GroundSwell (Winnipeg), Newworks (Calgary), Ottawa Chamberfest, New Music Creators (Ottawa), Orford Arts Centre, Aventa Ensemble (Victoria BC), McGill Chamber Orchestra, I Musici, Orchestre Métropolitain, ECM+, SMCQ, Ensemble KORÈ, Chants Libres, NEM, Bradyworks, Codes D’accès, Blue Metropolis, MusiMars, Festival Montréal Baroque, Festival international de musique actuelle (Victoriaville), Quatuor Bozzini, Ensemble Paramirabo. He premiered Eric Champagne’s “Te Deum“ at Carnegie Hall with the New England Chamber Ensemble. His recent performances of Gilles Tremblay’s À quelle heure commence le temps, Iannis Xenakis’ “Kassandra”, Peter Maxwell Davies’ “Eight songs for a Mad King”, Gabriel Dharmoo’s Wanmansho and Pascal Dusapin’s O Menschpremiered in Canada and North America, were enthusiastically received by critics and music lovers alike! His artistic approach is enriched by influences from theatre and dance, as evidenced by his training in classical dance at Les Grands Ballets Canadiens and his many collaborations with choreographers such as Marie-Josée Chartier and Estelle Clareton. Ranallo participated in the first recording of sacred works by Quebec composer Auguste Descarries (Espace XXI). Recently, he was in the studio recording Tim Brady’s “Eight Songs About: Symphony No. 7” (Starkland). Parallel to his performing career, he is studying arts management at the HEC (Montréal) and is involved in the administration of Alma Viva Productions and the Association québécoise des marionnettistes.