Inspired by the incredible ability of the human voice, Elizabeth McDonald has created a burgeoning career as a teacher of singers in Canada. A member of the voice faculty at the University of Toronto, Elizabeth also spends time working with choirs and choral directors as well as continuing to perform across North America.
Recently interviewed by SCHMOPERA for their Voice Teacher Series. Read her interview here:
Pragmatic in her teaching style and a champion of individualism in her students, McDonald spoke with us about empowering singers, the elusive idea of "support", and her systematic approach to selecting repertoire.
Known for her work with young Canadian singer Emily D’Angelo, Elizabeth was recently interviewed by the Globe and Mail.
A founding member of the trio Women on the Verge, the trio will premier their first commissioned work, Blue in the Distance, by Canadian composer Emilie LeBel on March 24, 2018 at the Canadian Music Centre.