Irish-American soprano Sinéad White is currently based in Toronto where she has performed with ensembles such as Tafelmusik Chamber Choir, Toronto Bach Festival, Theatre of Early Music, and Opera Atelier.
Notable performances as a soloist include the role of Angelica in Handel’s Orlando with the Boston Early Music Festival Young Artist Program, Canadian folk opera Jimmy & Rosalia with Aureas Voces, Bach cantatas concert with the Toronto Bach Festival, Pergolesi’s Stabat Mater with the Kamloops Symphony Orchestra, Buxtehude’s Membra Jesu Nostri with Early Music Vancouver, Handel’s Messiah with the Chilliwack Symphony Orchestra and Bach’s Christmas Oratorio with the Okanagan Festival Singers.
Sinéad has received further training at the Ton Koopman Academy, as an Art of Song fellow at the Toronto Summer Music Festival, and at the Advanced Oratorio Program at the Victoria Conservatory of Music. Sinéad was a fellow at the Sibelius Academy’s Creative Dialogues Program, where she worked on contemporary repertoire with Canadian soprano Barbara Hannigan. She obtained both her Bachelor and Masters’ degrees at McGill University in the studio of Stefano Algieri and is in the DMA program at the University of Toronto in the studio of Daniel Taylor and Mary Morrison.
Music Director of Tafelmusik (1981 to 2014), Jeanne Lamon was praised for her virtuosity as a violinist and her strong musical leadership.
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