I hold a Bachelor of Music (BMus) from Western University and a Master of Music (MMus) from the University of Toronto.
I am a classically-trained soprano, performer and voice teacher, passionate about helping my students discover their true potential as singing artists.
With a strong interest in concert repertoire and new music, I have worked with composers Ronald Beckett, John Beckwith, Norbert Palej and Arshak Andriasov. I perform regularly in recital and on the concert stage.
Most recently, I have sung Mozart's Missa Brevis in D, Haydn's Creation, Hasse’s Laudate Pueri and a solo recital at the Bach Music Festival of Canada.
My experience in teaching began during my studies at the University of Toronto, where I was eager to pursue a degree in vocal pedagogy. I am an active member of both the National Association of Teachers of Singing and The Ontario Registered Music Teachers' Association. I've been teaching voice for two years at Tyndale University in Toronto.
Currently, I am researching a curriculum for young children and have witnessed the many benefits of starting singing lessons at a young age. I am very happy to teach students of any age in my studio, and I enjoy working with my students on a variety of repertoire, including classical, music theatre, pop and contemporary Christian.
I love teaching and enjoy watching my students' joy and confidence grow as they learn to express themselves through singing. In singing, we are our own unique instrument. As we learn to sing, we are developing as a person. I am honored to be a part of that process with my students.
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