Rosalind has been teaching voice privately for over 15 years. She is currently on staff as part of the vocal Department at the Randolph's College and is a professor in both the music and performing arts departments at Centennial College.
She has worked with professionals who have opened for KISS, Bon Jovi and Amanda Marshall; singers from "Chicago" the movie, "Mama Mia&quo, and numerous TV shows. Currently teaching the leads from Matilda, Strictly Ballroom and Fun Home.
Rosalind also teaches sevearal tv and radio personalities as well as professionals who use singing to improve their speaking voice and confidence in public presentations.
Rosalind's younger students have won full scholarships to the University of Toronto vocal jazz program and have been accepted to Humber, Sheridan, Randolph's and George Brown.
She has trained students for entry into all the arts high schools and has had students at nearly every one. she also has several students writing and recording original songs in her home studio and professional facilities.
Rosalind methods include a high level of technique which are fully applicable to any style of singing, presentation and speech.
Her students emerge with a strong vocal health and a voice that is authentically theirs. In the process their confidence as a speaker, singer, performer and in themselves flourishes.
Rosalind will be starting a blog Summer 2019 to help students and parents alike navigate through the excitement and insanity of working in the arts.
Please contact Rosalind at (416) 818-4440 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.