I hold an Honours Bachelor of Music (BMus) in Performance from Laurier. I have received advanced musical training at the Eastman School of Music (Rochester) and the Chautauqua Institution (New York). I've also trained in Aldeburgh (England), Geneva (Switzerland) and Aub (Germany).
My singing life began in church and school choirs in the third grade. As my love of singing grew and my voice developed, I was often asked to take the solo part in choir. Life has its twists and turns and it was much later that I began to sing professionally.
I have been heard in performances across Canada, the United States and Europe, in genres ranging from renaissance and baroque to oratorio, art song and lieder and musical theatre. My Canadian appearances include the Ottawa Choral Society, the St. Lawrence Choir of Montreal, the Amadeus Choir of Toronto, the Halifax Camerata Singers, Symphony Nova Scotia and the Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony Orchestra.
I have served as a vocal coach for several Nova Scotia Choir Camps, the Guelph Youth Singers, and dancers at the Queen Street Conservatory. I have been teaching voice since 1999 and I enjoy teaching people of all ages.
I love helping students discover the instrument that is within them. If you need help reading music, experience shortness of breath when signing, have seen your range decrease or want to understand how to use your breath efficiently, I am your girl. I look forward to working with you!
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