Maud Langlois was born in Montréal and began to learn the violin at the age of 7 with Marcel Saucier. Then, at the Montréal conservatory, she studied with outstanding teachers such as Eva Lopas, Robert Verebes and Dennis Brott. During this period, she also received guidance from Hamad Fujiwara in New York. After graduating from the conservatory in 1995, she went on to study with Claude Richard.
Maud Langlois has a special interest in chamber music, and has performed throughout Québec and in radio broadcasts in various instrumental formations, playing a wide range of music. In 1994, she gave a series of concerts in France as a member of a string quartet, thanks to support from L’Office franco-québécois pour la jeunesse. Maud Langlois has been a member of Les Violons du Roy since September 1997.