• Rosalind began her career as a singer, achieving her degree in voice from the University of Toronto. She then went on to perform with Theatre Calgary, Calgary Opera, Opera York, The Mousetrap, Theatre Orangeville, Red Barn Theatre and numerous others. She played a leading role in "The Magic of love", an original Canadian version of the Magic Flute, at Lighthouse Festival theatre and recorded the original cast CD at the Living Arts Centre with members of the Toronto Symphony Orchestra.
  • Throughout this time Rosalind was also music directing numerous productions which included: Treasure Island (YPT), Schoolhouse Rock Live (Annex Theatre), Anne of Green Gables (City playhouse), I love you you're perfect now change (theatre muskoka), pump boys and dinettes (theatre by the bay), Don't tell Mama (buddies in bad times), Perfect Life (US premier) Suds( Showplace Theatre Peterborough) and "Chandeleirva (Patron's pick Toronto Fringe, Second place Montreal Fringe).
  • Transitioning into composition Rosalind went through the new media program at the Canadian Film Centre to further learn about the world of music for film and new media.
  • Following this program Rosalind scored "the weekend guy" series which ran on Global, Prime, MenTV and continues to run on Ionlife in the states and internationally. She also scored several ads and documentaries including" Color Me Free" for OMNI which has played at the Bergen and Montreal Film Festivals. She scored "Rock Garden, a love story" for CBC/ BRAVO/ NFB which won a Gold remy at the Houston Worldfest and was the audience choice winner at Slamdance 2008.
  • She continued her theatre work composing four original musicals, which included "Wake me when it's over", an award-winning piece that toured Ontario. Her productions "Scenes From My Dock" and The Golf musical have also had several remounts.
  • Her music has been heard at the Vancouver 2010 olympics code live show; at the Ontario legislature and on a CD commissioned through the university of Calgary.
  • Recently she has scored "Bagged" for CBC starring Kristin Booth, "Marv Freetell's wedding day"/ BRAVO and "The Auction" for CBC. The latter won the audience choice award at Sprockets 2010, a division of TIFF. Her latest film "Milk Bath" was recently awarded the Award of Excellence, Women Film Makers, Best Shorts 2013
  • Rosalind is currently the Resident Music Director for the professional series at the Rose Theatre Brampton. She has music directed: She loves me, A Christmas Carol, A Chorus Line, Cabaret, the Last Resort, Little Shop of Horrors, and Forever Plaid. Upcoming is You're a Good Man Charlie Brown and Blood Brothers.
  • As a voice coach Rosalind has worked with professionals who have opened for KISS, Bon Jovi (ACC) and Amanda Marshall; singers from Chicago the movie, Mama Mia, Lion King and several TV shows. She has been a guest coach at Rosedale School for the Arts and assessed students at The Randolph Academy. She will soon be opening a studio downtown with a collective of vocal and dramatic professionals geared towards coaching other professionals and aspiring students in the industry.
  • Rosalind recently adjudicated three Kiwanis Festivals and will be adjudicating the Guelph Festival in 2015. She is in development with Vincent DeTourdonnet for the adapted musical of Andrew Moodie's the Real McCoy and with MJ Shaw and Seventh Stage on a new musical called Wendy's Dilemma. She will be music directing a show for Smile theatre with Jim Betts April 2014.

  • rosalind@ivorystorm.com