Roxanne Turcotte’s activities are diversified, to state the least. However, despite having a resumé which includes a keyboardist part in a rock and roll group, electro-acoustic composer, and children’s music composer, she hardly produced a dent in the music globe. Her first recording, Amore, premiered in 1994. Created in Montréal in 1960, Turcotte constantly stayed in the best town. First and most important a keyboardist, she started in rock and roll and jazz organizations, documenting an LP with Kaméléon in 1982. Not really timid of genre crossings, she came into the master’s system in electro-acoustic music in the Université de Montréal, learning its secrets with Marcelle Deschênes and Francis Dhomont while also learning piano and structure with Serge Garant. She started creating electro-acoustic music, but also music for media projects and, remarkably, children’s music, each facet of her profession permeating others. In 1994, the renowned record label Empreintes DIGITALes released her 1st Compact disc of electro-acoustic music, Amore. The reception was combined, her design of movie theater for the hearing relying highly on synthesized music and sound collage. She participated towards the 1999 and 2000 editions from the Futura Event in Crest (France) as well as the 2001 Bourges Celebration.