Thank you to all my students for another excellent year of music making – you did a beautiful job at today’s end of year recital!
Sirens is thrilled to have been invited to collaborate with the award-winning Halifax Camerata Singers (HCS) in Let our Spirits Soar: The Voices of our Past, on Saturday, May 27 in Charlottetown at Park Royal United Church at 3:00 p.m. and in Halifax on Sunday, May 28 at 4:00 p.m. at First Baptist Church.
Camerata Artistic Director Jeff Joudrey commented “I’m so looking forward to these concerts with Sirens. We worked together over the past year, and this program is inspiring and eclectic, with repertoire reflecting where we’ve come from as Canadians in our founding cultures, to music of several faith communities, ranging from Muslim (Ai’Yu) to Christianity (spirituals/Gospel traditions).”
The two ensembles will combine for some repertoire including a joyous Gospel-infused finale, and also perform on their own. Halifax Camerata Singers will present the world premiere of its new work, I Lost My Talk, with text by…
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I had a wonderful Music Monday on May 1st! My piano students at the Montessori School of Charlottetown performed in a recital sharing all their hard work from the year (for some, it was their first performance!), and I delivered a little presentation on the piano. I also had the pleasure of accompanying Harmonia Girls Choir at the official Music Monday celebrations at Trinity United Church.
It was a beautiful day of music – long live #musiceducation #MMC2C2C!
Sirens (soon to be the Sirens Choral Association!) will host the first edition of Harmonia Girls’ Choir Camp this July! In partnership with the Montessori School of Charlottetown, we’re pleased to be included in their inaugural summer of children’s day camp programs. Harmonia Girls’ Choir Camp will focus on developing strong vocal technique, as well […]
This summer, I am pleased to offer summer lessons in piano, voice and/or theory. Here are the details:
- 7 sessions will be offered between July 17 and August 31; lessons will be held Wednesdays and Thursdays between 3pm and 7pm
- I have 8-10 spots available
- Lessons are 1 hour/week; a total of 7 lessons
- Cost: $275 for summer session
Please contact me directly to register.
Looking forward to this performance coming up next month!
The Prince Edward Island Symphony Orchestra (PEISO) will perform its third concert of the season, entitled “Beethoven and Sirens” at Charlottetown’s Zion Presbyterian Church, at 2:30 pm on March 5. Under the baton of guest conductor Karem J Simon, the concert will feature masterworks by two contemporaries, Gioachino Rossini and Ludwig v. Beethoven. The guest artist is the award-winning Charlottetown-based women’s choir “Sirens,” named after the singing femmes fatales of Greek mythology.
The performance will begin with Rossini’s An Italian in Algiers Overture, a work that, according to Maestro Simon, is “among his most widely recorded works, known for its comedic character.” The voices of Sirens, will then collaborate with the PEISO in performing Randall Thompson’s cantata, The Place of the Blest—a work known for its beautiful melodies, harmonies and simple textures.
Sirens has developed a strong following of supporters. As recipient of several awards at the local and provincial…
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As the new year is upon us, I’ve had several requests for lesson opportunities. My studio is completely full at this time! If you are looking for a music teacher, please consult with the PEI Registered Music Teacher’s website – you will find a complete listing of qualified teachers across the province.
If you are interested in working with me specifically, it looks like I will have a few openings for Summer and Fall 2017. Please contact me directly so I can add you to a waiting list.
All the best in 2017!!!
I love working with these young singers every week!
Hamonia is currently accepting membership for the new year. Visit them online or contact Artistic Director Kelsea McLean (email@example.com) for more information.