- Ear Training
- Music Theory (Beginner-Intermediate)
I have an appreciation for types of students, whether they’re young children starting to discover their voices, teenagers seeking to pursue professional studies, or adults who want to improve their singing. As a teacher, I encourage students to discover their unique voices and appreciate the journey of learning to sing as much as the destination of a successful performance or audition. I strive to create an environment that nurtures musicianship, responsibility, creativity, and play.
I recently completed my Graduate Performance Diploma in Vocal performance at the University of Ottawa under the instruction of soprano Christiane Riel. Her attention to detail and passion for music have impacted my understanding of singing, and I am able to incorporate elements of her mentorship into my own teaching style. Before that, I earned my Masters of Music in Voice at the University of Ottawa (2018) and my Bachelor of Music from the University of Prince Edward Island (2016). In 2017, I attended the Opera NUOVA a 10 day program for developing opera singers. Prior to my post-secondary studies, I studied the Royal Conservatory of Music Vocal content up to Grade 8.
FCMF National Music Festival, PEI Representative (2016). PEI Provincial Music Festival – First Place, Voice (2016). PEI Queen's County Kiwanis Music Festival – First Place, Voice (2016). Dr. Gustave Gingras Memorial Prize for Music (2016). Dr. Frances Grey Music Performance Competition Finalist (2016). PEI Queen’s County Music Festival – Honorable Mention, Voice (2015). PEI Provincial Music Festival – First Place, Voice (2013). PEI Provincial Music Festival – First Place, Musical Theatre (2013). PEI Queen’s County Music Festival – First Place, Voice (2013). PEI Queen’s County Music Festival – First Place, Musical Theatre (2013). NATS Competition – Third Place, Voice (2012).
I am currently studying with Heidi Klassen in Richmond, B.C. to continue my development as a singer and a teacher. I also have three upcoming engagements with the Young People's Opera Society of British Columbia and Burnaby Lyric Opera. As a University of Ottawa student, I worked as a teaching assistant for the sight singing and aural skills class. I taught three classes per week which included solfege and rhythm lessons, conducting, playing for dictation, and teaching students how to sight read music. With these skills, I can help students learn to read music and improve their listening skills.
30 Minutes: $39.00
45 Minutes: $49.00
60 Minutes: $59.00
There is a one-time registration fee of 25 $ charged with the first lessons. All Taxes are included in prices, if applicable
NOTE: Your Credit card will be charged ONLY when the first lesson is set up and confirmed with the teacher