Nina Scott Stoddart

Nina Scott Stoddart

Artistic Director and Stage Director for Les contes d'Hoffmann

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Nina Scott-Stoddart
Artistic Director and Stage Director for Les contes d'Hoffmann

Nina Scott-Stoddart is an educator, stage director, singer and passionate advocate of opera's relevance to all Canadians. Originally from Calgary, and then Toronto, Nina moved to Lunenburg, NS in 2002, where she founded Maritime Concert Opera (which is in the middle of its 15th season) and the Halifax Summer Opera Festival (which is preparing for its 14th season).  Before moving to Nova Scotia in 2002, Nina oversaw 8 seasons of 20th century opera in Toronto through her company Opera Anonymous.

As a singer, Nina Scott-Stoddart has been praised by critics and audiences for the warmth and expressiveness of her voice, and for the passion she brings to everything she sings, oratorio and sacred music as well as opera and recital works. 

She has sung as a featured soloist in Canada and the United States, with organizations including Opera in Concert, Toronto Operetta Theatre, Kingston Symphony Orchestra, Opera Nova Scotia, Mississauga Symphony Orchestra, Opera Maine, Michigan Symphony Orchestra, Tafelmusik, OperaLenawee (Michigan), Aradia Baroque Ensemble,  Mississauga Choral Society, Arbor Oak Trio, Dance Oremus Danse and Opera York.

Nina has had an interest in contemporary music since her undergraduate degree at York University, where there was a lively community of student composers allied with performers. As a singer she draws some of her favourite performed roles from the works of Poulenc (The Old Prioress from Les dialogues des carmelites), Menotti (The Secretary from The Consul and Madame Flora in The Medium), Stravinsky (Baba the Turk from The Rake’s Progress) and Britten (Lucretia from The Rape of Lucretia and Phaedra from Phaedra). She has a special interest in Canadian music, having sung Sister Bridgeman in Timothy Sullivan’s opera Florence, the Lady with the Lamp with Opera in Concert, The Pope and Emma Darwin in the workshop premiere of Quentin Doolittle’s opera The Leviathan Hook (with libretto by Rex Deverell), Levercham in Healy Willan’s Deirdre as well as song cycles I never saw another butterfly by Srul Irving Glick and The Confession Stone by Robert Fleming, as well as the world premiere of Dr Derek Holman’s Requiem, which was broadcast coast to coast on CBC Radio. 

Nina recently spearheaded the commissioning of a new opera by Elizabeth Raum and Rex Deverell, Time of Trouble. Nina brought the composer and librettist together with her opera company, Maritime Concert Opera, to commission the work from the Ontario Arts Council. She was also honoured to create the role of Mother Elizabeth in the inaugural performance of Time of Trouble in October 2015.

Nina directed opera for a number of groups in Toronto, and since moving to NS worked as Artistic Producer for ONS’s Opera Valentine for five years and as stage director for Halifax Summer Opera Festival’s productions of Mozart's Cosi fan tutte and Don Giovanni, Handel’s Giulio Cesare and Rodelinda, Menotti’s The Consul, Floyd’s Susannah, Offenbach’s Les contes d’Hoffmann and Orpheus in the Underworld, Britten’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream and Sondheim’s A Little Night Music. Nina was the guest stage director for the Dalhousie University Opera Workshop for four years: for Dal she directed Menotti’s The Old Maid and the Thief, The Telephone, Barber’s A Hand of Bridge, Strauss’s Die Fledermaus, Offenbach’s Orpheus in the Underworld, Puccini's Gianni Schicchi and Mollicone’s Face on the Barroom Floor.  In 2011 she directed RENT for DGM Music Inc. in Halifax, Amahl and the Night Visitors for Maritime Concert Opera and  You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown for Acadia University’s Singing Theatre program. She directed The Sound of Music for Broadway Atlantic in Halifax in 2016.

 

Megan Hayward

Megan Hayward

Festival Manager

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Nicholas Gilmore

Nicholas Gilmore

Conductor for Hoffmann

Nicholas Gilmore currently serves at the Conductor of the Denver Young Artist Conservatory Orchestras ...

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Nicholas Gilmore
Conductor and Music Director for Les contes d'Hoffmann

Nicholas Gilmore currently serves at the Conductor of the Denver Young Artist Conservatory Orchestras, Principal Conductor and Music Director of Ozark Family Opera, and a Music Director and Conductor for the Halifax Summer Opera Festival in Nova Scotia. Previous appointments include Artistic Director of Heartland Opera Theatre in Joplin, Missouri for six seasons, and three seasons as the Principal Conductor and Chorus Master of Loveland Opera Theatre.

As a guest conductor, Gilmore has lead performances with the Aurora Symphony Orchestra, Opera Fort Collins, The Kansas Dance Festival Ballet, The Wichita Contemporary Music Festival, Open Space New Music Festival, Opera on the Avalon in Newfoundland, Colorado’s Candlelight Dinner Playhouse, and Pacific Opera Project in Los Angeles. He has conducted as a special guest artist at Missouri Southern State University, Crowder College, Wichita State University, and the University of Northern Colorado where he also served for the 2014 spring semester as Director of Orchestras.

From the pit, Gilmore has conducted over 50 productions in the United States and Canada, most recently La Traviata, Carmen, Susannah, La fille du régiment, Kismet, A Midsummer Night's Dream, Evita, and Trouble in Tahiti. His recent performances of L’elisir d’amore with Pacific Opera Project we’re called “fiercely conducted” by LA’s Splash Magazines, and Opera Today wrote, “Gilmore’s light, airy but propulsive reading of the score captured both its comedy and its underlying sentiment.” During his tenure as Artistic Director of Heartland Opera Theatre, the company experienced massive growth, both artistically and financially, becoming the strongest regional voice for quality opera in Southwest Missouri.

Gilmore has served on the faculty at Missouri Southern State University, Crowder College, and Laramie County Community College, teaching private horn, voice, vocal diction and literature, theory,  and introductory music history courses, in addition to conducting and coaching large and small ensembles. In 2009 he received a Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival Award for “Excellence in Music Direction and Conducting” for his work on George Gershwin’s Lady be Good!.

He holds a BM in Horn Performance and an MM in Instrumental Conducting from Wichita State University, where he was named the Dora Wallace Hodgson Outstanding Masters Student in 2009. He is currently finishing his Doctor of Arts in Orchestral Conducting and Operas Studies at the University of Northern Colorado under Dr. Russell Guyver.

 

 

Michael Donovan

Michael Donovan

Conductor for Die Zauberflöte

Michael Donovan’s experience as a musician encompasses a wide range of musical styles and forms of expression.

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Michael Donovan
Conductor and Music Director for Die Zauberflöte

Michael Donovan’s experience as a musician encompasses a wide range of musical styles and forms of expression.

As a boy, he studied piano and pursued extensive studies in classical and jazz saxophone at the Conservatoire du Québec. As a teenager, he composed original music for the avant-garde bands with which he performed. He then went on to pursue vocal studies at McGill University, followed by graduate studies in Opera at the Hochschule für Musik in Munich, Germany, with legendary mezzo-soprano Brigitte Fassbaender. Donovan was also a student of renowned Baritone Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, who is acknowledged as the 20th century’s greatest master of lieder.  As Fischer-Dieskau’s hand-picked private student at the Hochschule der Künste in Berlin, Donovan was immersed in the historic continuum of Romantic art song interpretation.

Donovan has enjoyed a successful career as a performer of opera, oratorio, art song, chamber music, jazz, new music and improvisational music in Canada, Germany, Switzerland, France and the U.S. He has appeared in leading roles with the Bern State Opera, Stuttgart State Opera, Munich State Opera, Opera Vancouver and the Edmonton Opera. He has been a soloist with the Quebec Symphony, the Winnipeg Symphony and Symphony Nova-Scotia as well as with many concert and new music presenters, including Numus (Waterloo), Queen of Puddings (Toronto), BradyWorks (Montreal), Array Music (Toronto), New Music Concerts (Toronto) and, most recently, the Nouvel Ensemble Modern in Montreal.

Donovan is also in demand as an educator—he is newly appointed professor at Dalhousie University and has also been on the voice faculties of Wilfrid-Laurier University and York University. He has given master classes at York University, Brandon University, the Glenn Gould School, Chadron State College (Nebraska) and Concordia University. He is also an active adjudicator and consultant for music schools and festivals.

As a composer, Donovan has written numerous settings of poems by living Canadian, German, French and Japanese poets. He has also written chamber music and film music.

Donovan’s PhD in musicology, which was nominated for the York University Thesis Award, is an inquiry into the deep-ecological significance of the poetic settings of Franz Schubert.

Donovan is also co-founder, co-artistic director and music director of Long Reach Opera Workshop, a Toronto-based opera training program for singer-actors.

In 2016 Donovan premiered his project Schubertnow: The Journey Outward, a re-visitation of Franz Schubert’s seminal song cycle Winterreise. Most recently, Donovan premiered his setting of Ode to a Nightingale by John Keats, a song cycle for voice, piano, flute and bassoon.

 

Markus Howard

Markus Howard

Conductor for Alcina

As a conductor, director and choreographer, Markus Howard has worked extensively in the arts throughout Canada ...

 

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Markus Howard
Conductor and Music Director for Alcina

As a conductor, director and choreographer, Markus Howard has worked extensively in the arts throughout Canada and abroad. He has appeared in 27 countries, working with musicians of varying ages, cultures and experiences. A conductor, educator, adjudicator and private teacher, Markus works in many musical genres including opera, musical theatre, pop and jazz voice. His students have included members of the Stratford and Shaw Festivals, Toronto’s Lion King, Mamma Mia, Billy Elliott, The Producers, and Jersey Boys, and a number of Broadway and National Touring companies. His talents have been recognized by Yamaha Music Canada, The Swedish Ministry of Culture, the Ontario Arts Council and the International Association of Jazz Educators. Markus Howard was a candidate finalist for the 2008/2009 Leslie Bell Prize for Choral Conducting.

Mr. Howard was on the faculty of the Royal Conservatory of Music, Glenn Gould School for 7 years teaching Choral Studies, Advanced Sight Singing, and Stage Craft for the Opera Division. For the Young Artist Performance Academy, he was the founding conductor of the Academy Choir. In the College Program at the Randolph Academy for the Performing Arts, Markus lectured theory and history courses, directed shows, founded the choral division, and was a studio teacher in both the music and dance faculties. Markus served as Lead Teacher in the Children’s Program for 7 years. At the University of Toronto, he directed the award winning Hart House Jazz Choir, Onoscatopoeia for 5 seasons, producing the group’s second album, and leading them to the semi-finals of the International Competition for Collegiate A cappella. Markus is currently the Artistic Director of the La Jeunesse Youth Choirs and the Oriana Singers in Cobourg, the Massey College Choirs, and works as the Lead Artist Educator for the Canadian Opera Company.

Mr. Howard has appeared as a chorister with the Stuttgart Kammerchor (Germany), the European Octet (Sweden), the World Chamber Choir (Belgium), and numerous Canadian professional choirs. He is the founding conductor of the professional chamber choir, La Movida, his proudest accomplishment to date. Markus represented UNESCO as an ambassador of Arts and Goodwill from 1996-1999, and continues to share his skills with aspiring artists at home and abroad.

 

 

Jason Davis

Jason Davis

Stage Director for Die Zauberflöte

Tenor Jason Davis has been hailed by critics as “truly a fine tenor” and “one of the most exciting voices of his generation ...

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Jason Davis
Stage Director for Die Zauberflöte

Tenor Jason Davis has been hailed by critics as “truly a fine tenor” and “one of the most exciting voices of his generation possessing a voice of tremendous beauty, colour and power”. Daphna Levit of Opera Canada Magazine recently wrote “Jason Davis was perfect as the unscrupulous Duke of Mantua; his huge voice effortlessly communicated whatever emotion he choose to portray - delight, desire, contempt or arrogance.” He has performed concert and operatic repertoire throughout North America including Vaughn William’s On Wenlock Edge (The Scotia Festival Chamber Music Society) Haydn’s Mass in the Time of War (Paukenmesse) (Farmington Valley Orchestra), Beethoven’s Missa Solemnis (Dalhousie Orchestra), Bach’s Christmas Oratorio (Coro Collegium), Vaughn William’s Four Hymns (Eastern Connecticut Symphony Orchestra) Bach’s St. Matthew Passion (Kings Chapel Choir) and a recent performance as the Evangelist in Bach’s St. John Passion with Collegium Cantorum. Jason’s operatic performances have included roles with Opera New Hampshire, Opera Connecticut, The Opera Theater of Connecticut, Opera New Jersey and more recently as Tamino in Die Zauberflöte (Opera New Brunswick), Idomeneo in Idomeneo(Opera Nova Scotia) as well as Rodolfo in Puccini’s La bohème, the Duke of Mantua in Verdi’s Rigoletto and Canio in Leoncavallo’s I Pagliacci (Maritime Concert Opera). Along with his busy performing schedule Jason is the founder and Artistic Director of the Maritime Conservatory’s Broadway Company Players music theatre ensemble and Halifax’s Breaking Waves vocal theatre company and he also maintains an active teaching schedule at the Maritime Conservatory where a number of his students have gone on to pursue studies in vocal performance at top music and theatre programs throughout North America.

 

 

 

Andrew Pelrine

Andrew Pelrine

Stage Director for Les contes d'Hoffmann

 

 

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Erin Bardua

Erin Bardua

Stage Director for Alcina

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Erin Bardua
Stage Director for Alcina

Soprano Erin Bardua is a co-founder of Essential Opera, frequent stage and concert performer, and director based in Atlantic Canada. She has sung with Vancouver Opera, Pacific Opera Victoria, the Talisker Players, Nota Bene Baroque Players, Pax Christi Chorale, the Toronto Sinfonietta, the Oshawa-Durham Chorus, the Arcady Baroque Ensemble, Capella Intima, London Pro Musica, the Menno Singers, and the Halifax Summer Opera Festival, among others.

Erin's operatic roles have encompassed numerous Mozart including Pamina (Die Zauberflöte), the Countess (Le nozze di Figaro) and Donna Anna (Don Giovanni); and title roles in Alcina (Handel) and Paride ed Elena (Gluck). Erin has also premiered leading roles in several new compositions, including Frankenstein by Andrew Ager, Regina by Elisha Denburg, and Etiquette by Monica Pearce.

Erin has provided dramatic coaching and stage direction for Mount Allison University's Opera Workshop and the Halifax Summer Opera Festival.

 

 

 

Giancarlo Scalia

Giancarlo Scalia

Collaborative Pianist for Les contes d'Hoffmann

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Giancarlo Scalia
Collaborative Pianist for Les contes d'Hoffmann

Born in Montreal, Giancarlo Scalia is very active as a pianist, vocal coach and composer. He has performed as a collaborative pianist throughout Canada, Italy, Austria, Germany, France and China and his compositions have been presented throughout North America and Europe.

  Mr. Scalia has served as musical director or répétiteur for various companies such as Opéra immédiat (Chauve-Souris, Carmen, Aïda, Elisir d’amore, I Capuleti e i Montecchi), l’Opéra bouffe du Québec (Les Brigands, Véronique, Le Baron Tzigane) and the Halifax Summer Opera Festival (Suor Angelica, Gianni Schicchi, Carmen) as well as for Snowglobe Theatre (The Medium, Riders to the Sea), Light Opera of Montreal (The Tender Land), Lakeshore Light Opera (The Mikado), Opéra Outside the Box (Le Téléphone) and the Festival Classica. He has also collaborated with l’Opéra de Montréal and it’s Atelier lyrique, Jeunes Ambassadeurs Lyriques, Opera Atelier in Toronto, Gesellschaft für Musiktheater in Vienna, l’Istituto Italiano di Cultura de Montreal and the Société d’art vocal de Montréal. As a coach, he has worked with numerous young singers at Concordia University, the Université de Montréal, McGill University and the École de musique Vincent d’Indy (voice department and operetta workshop).

  As a performer, his diverse repertoire ranges from full operas to the major art song cycles of Schumann, Schubert, Vaughan-Williams, Debussy and Poulenc. In October 2017, he performed 8 concerts in China with baritone Hugo Laporte, mezzo soprano Marie-Andrée Mathieu and soprano Jessica Latouche. In 2016, he recorded and released the album Arie e canzoni with soprano Sophie De Cruz. The CD is available worldwide and features arias by Puccini, Donizetti and Verdi; art songs by Donaudy, Gastaldon and Tosti as well as his composition Ideale.

  As a composer, Giancarlo Scalia’s catalogue includes works for a variety of instrumentations (solo instruments, voice, chamber groups, ensembles, mixed music) and his compositional style incorporates both traditional and contemporary elements; a combination of modal, tonal and atonal music. He is an Associate Composer of the Canadian Music Centre and has composed for soloists and ensembles such as l’Orchestre de la Francophonie, l'Ensemble Paramirabo, l’Ensemble Saxologie, cellist Julie Hereish, percussionist David Therrien-Brongo, the Orchestre d'Harmonie Leonardo da Vinci, the Grand Ensemble de Cuivres de l'Université de Montréal and the École de musique Vincent d'Indy string orchestra.

  Mr. Scalia’s work in film music began when he was commissioned in 2006 by the Laurier Macdonald Media Foundation to compose the music for the award-winning documentary Ripples in Time. His 2008 collaboration with the Spanish director Raimundo Morte was premiered at the Liber Barcelone festival in Spain.

  Giancarlo Scalia obtained a Bachelor’s degree and a DESS in piano performance under the direction of Jimmy Brière and Marc Durand and a Master’s in composition under the direction of Denis Gougeon from the Université de Montréal before continuing his studies privately with pianists Walter Moore and Norman Shetler in Vienna and Claude Webster in Montréal. He has also participated in vocal accompaniment programs at the Orford Arts Centre, the Académie Francis Poulenc (Tours, France) the Wiener Musikseminar (Vienna, Austria), Vox Musicae (Senigallia, Italy) and the Centre for Opera Studies in Italy (La bohème).

 

 

Gregory Myra

Gregory Myra

Collaborative Pianist for Die Zauberflote

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Gregory Myra
Collaborative Pianist for Die Zauberflöte

After graduating from Dalhousie with a Bachelor of Music in performance, Greg Myra worked in the department as a staff pianist primarily for the voice studio of Lucy Hayes-Davis. Mr. Myra has performed with Opera Nova Scotia (Massenet's Don Quichotte), and has been the music director for Die Zauberflöte and Britten's Midsummer Night's Dream with Halifax Summer Opera Workshop. He has also served as a repetiteur and coach for the Contemporary Opera Lab at the University of Manitoba, where he earned a Master of Music degree in Collaborative Piano.

 

Ria Kim

Ria Kim

Collaborative Keyboardist for Alcina

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Ria Kim
Collaborative Keyboardist for Alcina

Pianist Ria Kim, is originally from South Korea and has been into diverse genres of music. She had received her education in the Maritime Conservatory of Performing Arts and Dalhousie University where she studied with Oxana Zotova and Lynn Stodola prior to attending Manhattan School of Music for her Master's program in piano performance to study with Daniel Epstein. In summer music festivals, she had studied with Ms. Yonghee Moon from the Peabody Conservatory. As she was in the conservatory and during her undergraduate program, she had entered regional and national competitions such as CFMTA and the Kiwanis Music Festival. “Trio Benterria" that she was in, won the Provincial Music Festival 2011, which led them to the National Festival of Music in Saskatoon. She won numerous prizes in the Nova Scotia Kiwanis Music Festivals, was one of the Rose Bowl finalists each year. Ms. Kim is also an active collaborative pianist in classical musical theatre often arranging in her own versions, playing for musicians who are doing exams and recordings, auditions, music festivals, concerts, including Harpsichord and Organ. Recently she had worked with Opera Nova Scotia and Halifax Summer Opera Festival. As a music teacher, having had successful students for the ABRSM and RCM exams she is helping young talented students that are into various genres of music, and theory in Halifax.

 

 

Lucy Hayes Davis

Lucy Hayes Davis

Vocal Coach for Die Zauberflote

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Vocal Coach for Die Zauberflöte

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Maureen Batt

Maureen Batt

Vocal Coach for Alcina

Sean K. Burke

Sean K. Burke

Lighting Designer for Die Zauberflote and Les contes d'Hoffmann

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Sean K. Burke
Lighting Designer for Die Zauberflöte and Les contes d'Hoffmann

Sean is pleased to be back for a fourth season designing for Halifax Summer Opera Festival. When not with the festival he works as a freelance Designer and as a stage technician. He is a member of Associated Designers of Canada.and IATSE 680. Sean is the 2018 Robert Merritt Award winner for Outstanding Technician.

 

Wafaa Latif

Wafaa Latif

Costume Designer for Hoffmann

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Wafaa Latif
Costume Designer for Les contes d'Hoffmann

Wafaa is a Fashion and Costume designer, and was a part of the fashion industry in Egypt, created Fidele studio (a fashion brand) in 2014,  and worked in performing art theatre for few years as well as styling for TV shows.

She received her AEC (Attestations d'études collégiales) in costume design from La College LaSalle in Montreal,  where she also worked and assisted designers on theatre shows and costume preparations. she loves the creative world of costume and wardrobe styling as it helps the story makers' visions comes to reality. 

Ophelia Stone

Ophelia Stone

Costume Designer for Alcina

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Ophelia Stone
Costume Designer for Alcina

My name is Ophelia and I'm a recent graduate from Dalhousie's Costume Studies program with a certificate in Art History and Visual Culture. I'm thrilled to be designing for one of this year's Opera Festival performance of Handel’s Alcina, as my passion is to design for theatre and stage, and I will be pursuing an MFA in Costume Design this fall.
 
Previous work includes designing costumes for FSPA's 2019 production of Don Juan Comes Back from the War, and cutter/stitcher for the 2017/2018 FSPA season, as well as the 2019 FSPA production of An Evening of Molière Acts. 
Anne Sutton

Anne Sutton

Assistant Stage Director for Alcina

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Anne Sutton
Assistant Stage Director for Alcina

Anne Sutton is a soprano/director currently based in Washington, D.C. She was most recently seen directing Gilbert and Sullivan’s Patience for OperaTerps, University of Maryland’s undergraduate opera program. She has also assistant directed shows with the Very Merry Theater Company in her native Vermont, helping to create traveling productions that were performed throughout the state.

Anne is a recent graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where she drew upon her affinity for research to create unique historically informed performances, including a lecture-recital following the life and career of singer Faustina Bordoni. As a soprano, Anne’s recent roles include La Fée (Cendrillon) with UNC Opera, Lucy (The Telephone) with UVM Opera, and 1st Spirit (Die Zauberflöte) with the Opera Company of Middlebury. She has also performed with the Chapel Hill Chamber Orchestra, the UNC Baroque Ensemble and Viol Consort, and the Ars Nova Chamber Orchestra of D.C.

 

 

Monike Porter

Monike Porter

Assistant Stage Director for Hoffmann

Lyric soprano Monike Porter was raised just outside of Halifax Nova Scotia ...

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Monike Porter
Assistant Stage Director for Hoffmann

Lyric soprano Monike Porter was raised just outside of Halifax Nova Scotia, with a passion for music which stemmed from a deep love for Shirley Temple musicals. She studied with Paula Rockwell at Acadia University and graduated with a Bachelor of Music in Vocal Performance in 2015, having performed in many operatic productions and concerts. Most notably, while at Acadia she performed the role of Dame Doleful in Edwin Penhorwood’s Too Many Sopranos and was a featured soloist in Pergolesi’s Stabat Mater with the Acadia University Orchestra. She has also taken part in opera programs in Canada and internationally, such as Halifax Summer Opera Festival and Yorkshire Opera Workshop in the United Kingdom. Monike recently graduated with her Master’s degree in Vocal Pedagogy and Performance from Memorial University of Newfoundland under the guidance of Shelley Neville. While at Memorial she participated in four productions with the MUN Opera Workshop in which she performed the role Geraldine from Samuel Barber’s Opera, A Hand of Bridge, as well excerpts from the roles of First Lady in The Magic Flute and Servilia in La Clemenza di Tito among others. Having recently performed as Helena in Halifax Summer Opera Festival's production of Benjamin Britten’s A Midsummer Night's Dream, Monike is excited to return this summer as Assistant Stage Director for Les Contes d'Hoffmann.

 

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