Dr. Katie Walshaw holds an Honours Bachelor of Music from Wilfrid Laurier University specializing in music theory and voice, a Master’s Degree and a Ph.D. both specializing in Music Theory from the University of Western Ontario. Katie is the soprano section lead at St. Andrew’s United Church in Brantford and also frequently performs as a soloist at various churches in Southwestern Ontario. She has performed with many choral groups as a chorister and soloist including the Renaissance Singers of Kitchener-Waterloo and the Brott Festival Chorus. Katie is an active member of Arcady, where she provides leadership as a mentor to both incoming young performers and the Arcady youth chorus. Katie frequently appears as a soloist with the group and has also performed as a soloist for Maestro Boris Brott. She made her debut as “Naomi” in Ron Beckett’s opera Ruth in 2015. Recently, Katie has been singing as a chorister and soloist with The Edison Singers. Katie lives in Brantford with her husband where they share a thriving voice, piano, and theory studio. She is a Registered Music Teacher (Brantford Branch), a member of the board for the Brant Music Festival and has frequently been invited to adjudicate school choir classes.
Joins us for In dulci jubilo this Sunday.
Enjoy great music and support the CNIB
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