I have been fascinated by Greek mythology since I was little, and the program of my BMus graduation recital in 2020 reflected my fascination, incorporating a handful of references to Ancient Greece. Tres Poemas de Ítaca uses text from Francisca Aguirre’s epic poem, and tells the story of Homer’s Odyssey
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Attend my first live recital since the pandemic began, performed on July 10th, 2021 at the Anglican Church of St. John the Divine. It concludes with a vocal trio arrangement by me of Gershwin’s classic, Someone to Watch Over Me, which ended up being the concert’s overall theme. I plan
An archival recording of me singing the Twelve Poems of Emily Dickinson, by Aaron Copland. Performed on March 2, 2020 at the University of Victoria, School of Music with Jorge Eduardo Flores Carrizales, piano.
The last time I left Canada to travel was in June-July 2019, when I attended the Oxford University Choral Singing Summer School. Taking in the lovely architecture, I toured with my new colleagues and international friends. We enjoyed going out to pubs after rehearsals, and stayed up late singing and