Classical Voice . . .
I am a soprano with a Bachelor of Music in Opera Performance at the UBC School of Music and a Masters of Music from the Desautels School of Music in Winnipeg where I studied with Tracy Dahl. 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. They are all from UBC, some are of my annual voice recitals and some are from my private lessons.
This is my final recital for my University of Manitoba, Desautels Faculty of Music, Master of Music degree (2021). It consists of twenty-three pieces with an intermission.
Singing "No Word From Tom" by Igor Stravinsky, from "The Rakes Progress" at UBC Opera (2018).
Singing "Three Browning Songs, Op. 44" by Amy Beach at my UBC Opera year 3 Undergraduate Divisional Recital (2017).
This is "Tornami a vagheggiar" by George Frideric Handel from "Alcina" at UBC Opera (2018).
This is "Someone Who Used To Have Someone" by Canadian composer Stephen Chatman, from my UBC Opera year 1 Undergraduate Divisional Recital (2014).
I perform "Hymn to the Sun" from "The Golden Cockerel", by Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov, at my UBC Opera year 4 Undergraduate Divisional Recital (2018).
This is "Les Oiseaux dans la Charmille" by Jacques Offenbach, from "The Tales of Hoffman" at UBC Opera (2018). The choreography is a bit silly, but fun.