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2019 – Doctorate of Musical Arts (DMA) – Voice

Don Wright Faculty of Music, Western University, London, ON
Coursework
  • Four-year doctoral program with monograph focussed on Art Song performance and interpretation
  • Studied both qualitative and quantitative research methodologies applied to final research paper
  • Completed four performance events, including solo recitals and ensemble productions
  • Featured performances:
    • The Pirates of Penzance (Pirate King) by Gilbert & Sullivan (2018), directed by T. Baerg
    • Hansel and Gretel (Father) by Humperdinck (2015), directed by T. Baerg
Monograph – The Impact of Expanded, Multimodal Applications during a German Lied Performance*
  • Investigated current perceptions and interactions with classical music, specifically as they relate to German Lieder
  • Examined potential feasibility and impact of expanded, multimodal applications for German Lieder through live performance

*For more on my research, check out my blog, Casually Academic

2015 – Master of Music (MMus) – Voice

Don Wright Faculty of Music, Western University, London, ON
Coursework
  • Two-year master’s program with focus on performance literature and interpretation, theory and research, and hands-on application and pedagogy
  • Performed in four major ensemble productions and coordinated and performed two solo recitals
  • Featured performances:
    • La bohème (Schaunard) by Puccini (2015), directed by T. Baerg
    • L’heure espagnole (Ramiro) by Ravel (2014), directed by M. Cavanagh
    • The Little Sweep (Black Bob/Tom) by Britten (2013), directed by R. Cairns
    • The Rape of Lucretia (Junius*) by Britten (2013), directed by J. Ivany

*Understudy

2015 – Bachelor of Music (BMus) – Voice

School of Music, University of Windsor, Windsor, ON
Coursework
  • Four-year Honours bachelor program – graduated with Distinction
  • Achieved Dean’s Honour Roll (top 10% in class) and Outstanding Scholar status all four years
  • Coordinated and performed two solo recitals
Scholarships and Awards
  • 2013 – Helen Veldora Bowlby Scholarship in Music
  • 2012-2013 – University of Windsor Faculty of Music In-course Scholarship
  • 2010 – Canadian Italian Business and Professional Association (CIBPA) Scholarship