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Norma Churchill

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Norma Churchill was born and raised in Edmonton, Alberta. After completing her B.Mus in performance at the University of Toronto (Dean’s List), she continued her studies in England with Vera Rozsa and Paul Hamburger of the Guildhall School of Music.

In addition, Norma completed courses at the Britten-Pears School of Music with Suzanne Danco and Hugues Cuenod, at the Beethoven Musikschule in Vienna with Sigrun Quentes and an opera course at Covent Garden.

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    Her beautiful and expressive voice has been heard in performances with the Edmonton Opera Company, Opera in Concert, the Toronto Operetta Theatre, and the Toronto Choral Society and abroad with orchestras in England and in Poland.  She has also had the pleasure of premiering a number of Maria Case’s compositions in Toronto.

    Formerly a vocal teacher at Appleby College, Norma currently maintains a busy teaching schedule at The Kingsway Conservatory of Music, St. Michael’s Choir School, and her private studio, Cantare Studio.  In addition, she has coached as a guest artist in TDSB arts schools, conducts masterclasses, adjudicates music festivals, runs Musical Theatre programs for youth, is a NATS member, and belongs to the RCM College of Examiners.  Recently, Norma was amongst an esteemed group of professionals who have become the first Official Instructors of the Vibrant Voice Technique.

    “I strive to discover each student’s unique voice. In order to accomplish this, I begin by ensuring the whole voice is functioning well; acquiring the stability and coordination to accomplish a free and authentic delivery.”
    – Norma Churchill


    In the years my son has studied voice lessons with Norma, I have been witness to her dedication and vast knowledge.  She teaches her students not just how to sing, but the proper way to sing.  She is always committed to taking her students to the next level while building their confidence.  Much of my son’s confidence in social situations can be directly attributed to the positive feedback he receives in his singing lessons.  Since he has such high regard for Norma’s honest opinion, her encouragement has been wonderful.

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