Voice Masterclass with Cara McLeod

  • April 4, 2024 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
  • Lori Marchand Theatre at the Kelson Hall Centre

    330 Saint Paul Street
    Kamloops, British Columbia V2C 5R8
Ticket Price (CAD) $5.00-$45.00 This event is now over

Refine your vocal prowess with renowned instructor Cara McLeod in this exciting voice masterclass, where six participants will receive personalized guidance and invaluable techniques to elevate their singing to new heights. Join us for a transformative experience that will unlock your full potential and enhance your performance abilities.

This masterclass is open to public viewing and learning, though a by-donation registration is required.

About the instructor

Cara Lianne McLeod’s musical and artistic journey has taken her down winding and rewarding paths. Connecting with people through music is Cara’s passion and gift, and consistently she is recognized as a vibrant and generous artist, both on and off stage. From childhood voice lessons to the Canadian Finals Rodeo singing competition finals in the early 90’s, to performing the role of Contessa in LE NOZZE DI FIGARO in Rome, Italy in 2009, to writing and recording her own music, she continues to reinvent herself.

At the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, Cara sang from her balcony for neighbours and friends, and ended up garnering national media attention, which connected her to friends throughout Canada. For the next 2 years Cara remained active; singing in online and outdoor performances (with Edmonton Opera, Peace Region Music Series, and Calgary Concert Opera Company), teaching, and adjudicating the Ontario Music Festival Association Provincial Junior Voice classes.

Date & Time

Thu., Apr. 4, 2024 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.

Venue Details

Lori Marchand Theatre at the Kelson Hall Centre

330 Saint Paul Street
Kamloops, British Columbia V2C 5R8 Lori Marchand Theatre at the Kelson Hall Centre
Kamloops Symphony Society

Operating since 1976, the Kamloops Symphony is a fully professional orchestra with an annual operating budget of over $1 million, a significant achievement for an orchestral music organization in a region of just over 100,000 residents.

The primary purpose of the Kamloops Symphony Orchestra (KSO) is to engage and enrich the citizens of Kamloops and the Thompson Valley Region of Interior British Columbia through music. Considered a cornerstone of the cultural fabric of Kamloops, the Symphony’s primary activity is the presentation of high quality professional orchestral concerts. Historically, this has been accomplished through the presentation of nine to ten annual programs, and up to eighteen performances in Kamloops and the neighbouring city of Salmon Arm.

An important part of the Symphony’s mandate is to provide educational opportunities for the citizens of Kamloops. The Symphony also presents concerts for school children, and educational presentations in public and private district schools. Since 2002, the Kamloops Symphony Music School, a division under the Kamloops Symphony, has provided opportunities for music education to citizens of the region, and given further employment opportunities to local musicians. The school has extended our community connections and helped attract professional musicians to live and work in Kamloops.

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