Voice & Piano
Throughout her training Brenna has had experience directing, choreographing, writing, and performing for
various productions and concerts. She received her Performing Arts Preparation from Sheridan College
where she trained in voice, acting, jazz, tap, ballet, tech design and costume design. After directing Dr.
Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog: The Musical (Sheridan College) Brenna made her way to the East Coast. In
Nova Scotia, Brenna received her Bachelor of Music in vocal performance from Acadia University. While
embracing the sea air, she debuted roles such as Florence (Chess), Just Jeanette (Too Many Sopranos),
Rizzo (Grease), and Miss. Wordsworth (Albert Herring). Brenna has over five years of teaching under her
belt and while she specializes in Western Classical and musical theater she loves exploring anything with
her students. She brings a strong foundation of acting and character development to her performances as
well as her teaching. Brenna believes in creating a comfortable and supportive learning environment while
advocating improvement and refinement at the same time. Brenna is committed to inclusive and diverse
music education and welcomes and encourages music from all cultures and communities. The music
room can be a very vulnerable place and Brenna believes in making it a safe one to feel your feelings and
explore. Mistakes are encouraged and judgment is left at the door.