Justine Pelletier is a graduate of the Juilliard School (M.Mus.) and of Université de Montréal (D.Mus.) where she teaches piano performance as a lecturer since 2016. As a recipient of a postdoctoral scholarship from the FRQSC in research-creation, she is currently attached to the Laboratoire des arts vivants et interdisciplinarié (UQAM) where she explores the links between music, movement and expression. She has also worked on the biomechanics of piano performance as a postdoctoral researcher at the Laboratoire de recherche sur le geste musicien (U. de Montréal) and contributed to research published in journals such as Frontiers in Psychology and the Journal of Electromyography and Kinesiology. She has played with renowned orchestras such as Orchestre symphonique de Montréal (conductor Kent Nagano), Orchestre de la francophonie (conductor Jean-Philippe Tremblay), McGill chamber orchestra (conductor Boris Brott) and is a founding member of Trio Grand-Duc.