“She has a beautiful smile, she’s warm and she’s gonna win her audience over! ... She has that undefinable soul that that reaches to the song and makes it stand out.” Michel Dupuis – CIBL 101,5 FM
During her graduate years at the École de Musique Vincent d’Indy and at University of Montreal Nathalie Albert participated in many projects as an interpreter. She embraced musical comedy as well as classical, contemporary and pop music, and, of course, jazz.
Her passion for musical comedy brought her to display her talent in West Side Story, Damn Yankee and the show Broadway, staged by Patrick Morin.
In 2001, she received a scholarship from the Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec that allowed her to improve her training in classical singing.
She recorded soundtracks for Kim Nguyen’s movie Le Marais, and for theatre.
Ex-member of the vocal trio Moonlight Girls, she performed at the Festival International de Jazz de Montréal, at the Festi jazz de Rimouski and at Les Maisons de la culture de Montréal.
As a soloist, she is invited to the October Blues de Joliette (2006, 2007, 2008 and 2010), the Festival Jazz & Blues Saguenay (2007), and to the Montreal and Hull Casinos. Following the release of her first solo album, last September, Nathalie Albert presented her show “No More Blues” accompanied by Francis Tétu and Christian Leclair.
2009 Le Call de l'orignal (Independent). 2008 No More Blues, (Independent). 2007 Broadway Harmonie Laval. 2004 Moonlight Girls (Disques Artic- Distribution Sélect). 2004 Un Martini pour Noël, Frédérick De Grandpré (Disques Passeport - Distribution Sélect). 2001 Saint-Joseph Le Merveilleux (Éditions du Priant). 2000 Terry Riley, In C, Raoul Duguay, SMCQ live Walter Boudreau (ATMA Classique).
“A beautiful voice, a beautiful discovery,… I was mind boggled when I heard the guitarist !” Sylvain Ménard – 98,5 FM – Puisqu’il faut se lever – September 2008
“A Susie Arioli-like atmosphere with a voice a bit more centered…” Catherine Perrin – SRC C’est bien meilleur le matin – September 2008
“There’s a live aspect to it !” Yves Laramée – Planète Jazz – Les lève-tôt – September 2008
“to discover” SRC Trois-Rivières – Chez nous le matin – September 2008
“An amazing voice !” Christine Lamer, Radio Boomer, Christine en direct – September 2008
“She has a beautiful smile, she’s warm and she’s gonna win her audience over! ... We feel she has a lot of experience… she has that undefinable soul that that reaches to the song and makes it stand out.” Michel Dupuis – CIBL – Cocktail jazz – September 2008
“I really like its soothing side” Diane Trudel – 103,3 FM – Vie du monde – September 2008
“Just like Nathalie : accessible, unpretentious, filled with talent and humor” Frédérick De Grandpré – September 2008