Adrian-Kramer

Adrian Kramer

Canadian Tenor, Adrian Kramer, has been garnering critical praise in a variety of repertoire. He has appeared in opera and concert with many excellent theatres including the Santa Fe Opera, Canadian Opera Company, Glimmerglass Festival, Chicago Opera Theater, Opera Omaha, Juilliard Opera Center, and more. Read more at http://www.adriankramertenor.com

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Giles-Tomkins

Giles Tomkins

Bass-baritone Giles Tomkins is recognized as one of Canada’s most promising young singers, widely praised for his vocal virtuosity and lyricism in an impressive range of repertoire. His rich, resonant voice brings “authority and power” to the concert and operatic stage. Read more at http://www.gilestomkins.com/Bio/bio.html

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Maeve-Palmer

Maeve Palmer

Maeve Palmer is a soprano in her Masters of Music in voice performance at the University of Toronto under the direction of Mary Morrison, O.C.  This year Maeve is the recipient of the Richard March Graduate Fellowship (U of T), and will be singing as a Sidgwick Scholar with the...

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Julia-Zarankin

Julia Zarankin

Recently awarded an Excellence in Teaching Award from the University of Toronto School of Continuing Studies, Julia Zarankin holds a PhD in Comparative Literature from Princeton University. She has taught courses in Russian language, literature, and culture at Princeton, Stanford and the University of Missouri. Julia regularly teaches and lectures on a broad range...

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Jimmy-Roberts

Jimmy Roberts

Jimmy Roberts is a composer for the musical theater as well as a pianist and entertainer. His musical scores include: I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change (1996) and The Thing About Men (2003), both with book and lyrics by Joe DiPietro. He is a 1977 graduate of the Manhattan...

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Joseph-Macerollo

Joseph Macerollo

His textbook, The Accordion Resource Manual, stands as a marvelous achievement of methodology and scholarship and is widely used by composers and researchers for insights into the instrument. Awards received include a Guelph Civic Ring of his native city (1964), Mississauga Musician of the Year (1987), Lifetime Achievement Award from...

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Elina-Kelebeev

Elina Kelebeev

Described as having “brilliant insight and extreme musicality” by the Toronto Star, Canadian pianist Elina Kelebeev is becoming known as a soloist and collaborative pianist. Elina has collaborated with established vocalists such as renowned Canadian baritone Russell Braun and Ukrainian soprano Anna Shafajinskaya; she has also teamed up with rising...

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Allison-Angelo

Allison Angelo

Hailed as “A fabulous discovery” by the Toronto Star’s John Terauds, Canadian soprano Allison Angelo is a talented and versatile young singer gaining recognition on the operatic and concert stage. During the 2011-2012 season she was Musician in Residence for the St. Cecilia Concert Series in Halifax, appeared in recital...

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Jeffrey-Hill

Jeffrey Ollarsaba (Hill)

Tenor Jeffrey Ollarsaba (Hill), according to the press is “a born entertainer” (Los Angeles Times) and “a force to be reckoned with, [a voice] that sounds effortless but absoultely commands the listener’s attention. Jeffrey recently sang three performances at Carnegie Hall, debuting in January with Warren Jones, returning in March...

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Ilana-Zarankin

Ilana Zarankin

Described as possessing a voice capable of “vaulting to vertiginous heights” (The New York Times) and singing with “poise, polish and a lovely voice” (The Millbrook Independent), soprano Ilana Zarankin is a recent graduate of Dawn Upshaw’s Bard College Conservatory Graduate Vocal Arts Program (in the studio of Lorraine Nubar)....

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