Classical Voice . . .
I am a soprano with a Bachelor of Music in Opera Performance at the UBC School of Music. I love to sing and play classical music, as well as compose, and I have performed in a number of operas with Vancouver Opera, UBC Opera and others.
These are a few YouTube videos of my classical voice performances at different times. Some are at UBC, some from my private voice recitals and some are from my Van Tech high school performances.
I perform "Hymn to the Sun" from "The Golden Cockerel", by Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov, at my UBC Opera year 4 Undergraduate Divisional Recital (2018).
Singing "Monica's Waltz" by Gian Carlo Menotti, at the UBC Opera year 3 Undergraduate Divisional Recital (2016).
Singing "Three Browning Songs, Op. 44" by Amy Beach at her UBC Opera year 3 Undergraduate Divisional Recital (2017).
Totally for fun, my excellent music teacher, Mark Reid, asked me to "wing" something classical. This is my 2014 final high school concert, with the completely awesome Calvin playing the piano.
This is "Someone Who Used To Have Someone" by Canadian composer Stephen Chatman, from my UBC Opera year 1 Undergraduate Divisional Recital (2014).
Simran and I sing the "Flower Duet" (Sous le dôme épais) at our year 1 UBC Opera Undergraduate divisional recital (2014).
This is "Als Luise die Briefe ihres ungetreuen Liebhabers verbrannte" by Mozart, at my UBC Opera year 2 Undergraduate Divisional Recital (2015).
Singing and playing "My Lagan Love" at Vancouver Technical (2013 performance)