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(2016) Marginal Arts Festival

ANN MORTIFEE: Everyone Can Sing

The more centred we are in our own bodies, the clearer, more stable and resonant our voices become. Come and join Ann for some simple techniques that will support your ability to sing with confidence and ease. This is a workshop for anyone who would like to have some fun while strengthening their voice.


Ann Mortifee’s extraordinary 4 octave voice and compelling stage presence led to years as a concert artist performing with such luminaries as Harry Belafonte and John Denver. She has sung with symphony orchestras throughout North America and Europe, written ballet scores, including the internationally acclaimed The Ecstasy of Rita Joe. She has created film scores, musicals, one woman shows and CDs, all of which led to her being honoured with the prestigious Order of Canada, and the YWCA Woman of Distinction Award, for her outstanding work in the performing and healing arts in Canada and internationally.



Pre-registration required

Fri, Sept 2, 10 am - 1 pm

Fee: $60 adults, $35 students under 21

To register, please fill out the registration form below and deliver it to our office at 9525 Wharton Street, contact our Festival office at (250) 460-2399, or go to our Contact page

At this time, our office only accepts payments as cheques.

Registration form here