Meaghan McKay

Meaghan has cultivated within herself a passion for pedagogy in various forms for over 15 years, and has since collected a few university degrees that have helped her to develop her teaching abilities. She has a Master of Music in Voice Literature and Performance from Western University, an Artist Diploma in Voice Performance from Western…

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Juliette Moncada

Juliette’s (she/her) first contact with music as a child was playing the piano. Later, as a teenager, she liked to imitate the singers my mother listened to, such as Natalie Dessay or Barbara Bonney. She then decided to dive deeper into music and study at the Grenoble Conservatory of Music (France). Teaching was important to…

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Julia Jordan

Julia Jordan (she/her) is an avid lover of Handel’s operas and the baroque genre. She has been a chorister since the age of eight, when she joined the Ottawa Children’s Choir. Ms. Jordan’s music education continued throughout her adolescence and into her young adult life, earning a BMus in voice from the University of Ottawa…

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Amelia McMahon

Amelia McMahon Biography 2022-23 Season Amelia McMahon (she/her/Elle) grew up in the Annapolis Valley and recently returned to Nova Scotia from Montreal. Since returning to the East Coast, she has sung the role of Humility in Vocalypse’s production of Hildegard von Bingen’s Ordo Virtutum, joined the Halifax Camerata Singers, was named co-conductor of Eastern Horizon…

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Toinette Martin

Toinette (she/her) loves to sing and dance. Much of her youth was spent singing in choirs in New Brunswick before moving to Halifax for university. For the past twenty years, she has been a choir member and a cantor at St. Mary’s Cathedral Basilica. Toinette works in the Halifax Regional Centre of Education teaching math,…

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Molly Anderson

Molly (she/her) is a music educator and vocalist based in Halifax. She is a graduate of Acadia University (BMus) and Memorial University (BMus Ed). Molly is an elementary music and band teacher with the HRCE and maintains a voice, piano and Kindermusik studio in Halifax’s North End. Molly found a love of choral singing at…

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Kallie White

A member of Halifax Camerata since 2014, Kallie White has always felt most at home singing in a choir. She has studied voice and vocal pedagogy, international development studies, and most recently social work at Dalhousie University. She works as a voice teacher, a jeweller, and a trauma and grief program facilitator. Currently, Kallie is…

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