Isabeau began her musical journey at a young age. She first made her mark by winning several Quebec provincial and Canadian national competitions including: Vincent-d’Indy, the APMQ (Quebec Music Professors Association), the concertos OSJS competition, and the Canadian Music Competition.
She has also taken part in countless musical festivals including: the Quebec Celtic Music Festival, le Festival de la Nouvelle-France de Quebec, the Baroque Music Festival of Montreal, Fête de la musique of Mont-Tremblant, Classica, “Joie de chanter” Festival in Martinique, Northern Light Harp Festival(On), Festival of Harp in California, etc. She performed in New York with L’Ensemble “L’Harmonie des Saisons“. Through the Jeunesses musicales du Canada, she also performed in Holland. Isabeau performed as a soloist in a McGill Orchestra concert series. She was also showcased at the CNA in Ottawa and Place des Arts in Montreal. She has also been featured at in other prestigious venues such as: the Chapelle Historique du Bon Pasteur, the Salle Pierre-Mercure, several cultural centres and abroad at Doelen Concert Hall in Rotherdam. She has been seen performing on television and on radio on Radio Canada, Bravo, Matv, TVA, TQS and Tele-Quebec.
Isabeau completed with Honours her Bachelor’s degree in Recorder interpretation and harp from L’Universite de Montreal. She then learned under Dr. Cheryl-Ann Fulton, specialist in historical harp (Medieval, Renaissance and Baroque) in California (USA). Isabeau is also a co-founder of l’ensemble “L’Harmonie des saisons”.
A gifted and talented musician, Isabeau has also developed her academic side. She currently teaches both harp and the flute and holds regular workshops for various organisations including L’Universtite du Troisieme Age, harpissimo, Nothern Light Harp Festival, etc.
She recorded with different artist : “Ce que tu donnes” by Claire Pelletier, “La ou le coeur mène” by Mathieu Lippe, in the soundtrack of the film “Du Big Bang au Vivant” by Hubert Reeves, music for Christian Thomas, on the album “Sur les traces des Filles du Roy” which was produced for the 350th anniversary of les filles du Roy, on “Conversation” with Vincent Bélanger et Anne Bisson and her own four albums : “Isabeau et Mélisande” with her sister Mélisande Corriveau, “Pour mieux rêver” (harp solo), “La joueuse de harpe”(harp solo) and “A leap of faith” with “Isabeau Corriveau and the dreams weavers”.
Since 2007 she has developed her taste for compositions. Many of them can be found on her CDs ”Pour mieux rêver” and ”La joueuse de harpe”, from this latter, she produced the musicbook of the same name, all the pieces of which are original compositions.