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Mount Royal University Vocal Academy

28 Mar Posted by in Schedule | Comments
Mount Royal University Vocal Academy
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mount Royal University’s Academy Program for Gifted Youth’s Vocal Academy program is a comprehensive, credit free training program for singers aged 13 to 19 years who exhibit a sincere desire and the vocal talent to become a classical singer.

The Vocal Academy program is a supplement to private voice lessons, focusing on the educational needs of the developing singer and offering large and small ensemble performing experience. Singing in monthly recitals is required and lectures pertaining to the study of classical voice are part of this program.

PERFORMERS:
Emily Bilton
has performed with Calgary Opera and the Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra as well as in the Contemporary Opera ‘Pandora’s Locker’ at the University of Victoria. She is currently a grade 12 student at Bishop Carroll High School and will be pursuing her studies in Opera Performance in the fall. In her spare time, Emily enjoys playing guitar and rugby.

Tayte Mitchell is 17 yrs old Baritone from Vulcan, Alberta. He is in his 5th year of study in the Vocal Academy program where he studies with Winston Noren. His awards include 1st place in the Vocal 12 and under, and 16 and under categories at the Alberta Provincial Musical Festival. Currently, he is performing the role of Joe in the Musical Sugar with High River’s Windmill Theatre Production. Tayte plans to continue his studies in Vocal Performance and Theatre.

Anna Tobiasz has been a student of the Mount Royal Vocal Academy since 2008.  Anna spent the summer of 2010 participating in the prestigious Tanglewood Institute, at Boston University. Anna will be graduating from Bishop Grandin High School this June.  Next year, she will continue her studies in Voice Performance.


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