Camille SaucierCamille Saucier, the founder and conductor of Voices In Harmony since 2001, has led choirs in notable performances, including collaborations with the Portland Symphony for the 'Magic of Christmas' and John Williams Tribute Concerts. Her expertise extends to organizing and preparing backup choirs for professional tours including Rocktopia and Josh Groban. Annually, she directs the VIH Peace Choir, which embarks on European tours, performing in Friendship Concerts and renowned sites across destinations such as Ghana, Ireland, Germany, Austria, Norway, France, Italy, and, in May 2024, Portugal. 

Saucier's ethos and mission as a choral conductor revolve around constructing bridges within the community through the power of choral singing. She designs themed programs to bring attention to diverse aspects of society, ranging from historical perspectives and mental health to themes of love, peace, and family. With a natural flair, she has the ability to unite individuals, crafting meaningful programs that impact not only the audiences but also the participants engaged in singing.

In 2018, Saucier produced and directed a multi-choral concert of the Missa Gaia alongside the composer, Paul Winter, and his Consort. Throughout her extensive 30+ year career, she frequently organizes concerts with the purpose of supporting local charities. One notable instance is a performance of an Earth Mass, where the proceeds were donated to sponsor the development of the Eastern Trail in Maine.

Currently serving as the Artistic Director of the Portland Community Chorus, Saucier oversees the preparation of two concerts annually with this 100-voice auditioned choir. Known for their quality repertoire, the chorus also features an Outreach Choir that performs for local homes, charities, and community events. They extend opportunities to local schools, inviting them to perform in concerts and providing a platform for smaller ensembles.

Saucier remains committed to her ongoing study of choral conducting and has worked under the guidance of Henry Leck twice, completing the Creating Artistry program for conductors. She has also worked as a choral conductor with Tony Thornton and Simon Carringon in Italy. Her submissions for choral workshops have been selected for presentation at various conferences in New England.

In addition to her role as a conductor, Saucier is a composer, notably creating the original musical 'A Little Princess,' debuted in the US and Norway in 2001. She maintains an active freelance schedule as a vocalist and pianist, accompanying local concerts, choirs, and festivals. Her talents are frequently featured in local restaurants and hotels, where she performs as a singer-pianist. As a sought-after guest choral clinician and conductor, Saucier has contributed to Elementary All State Choirs, All State Jazz Choirs in Maine and New Hampshire, and festivals in Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont. She takes pride in her role as an educator, participating in adjudicating festivals and offering positive feedback to assist singers in advancing their skills. Saucier holds a Bachelor's degree in Music Education from Berklee College of Music and the University of Maine in Orono.