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Paula Weber

Conservatory Instructor
Voice

In Her Studio:

Paula Weber teaches voice with the Conservatory. Lessons with Paula cost $60 per hour of instruction. She is not accepting students at this time. Paula will teach students ages 6 and up, and will teach any level of student – she enjoys working with advanced as well as beginners students. In Paula’s studio, students are encouraged to perform, though not necessarily to take exams or participate in music festival. Her students are required to participate in recitals. She teaches classical, musical theatre, and pop music. Paula requires students to supply their own notebook, and music books. She encourages her younger students to practice at least 30 minutes a week, looking at score and listening to the songs, and expects more practice from older and more advanced students. Performance is an expectation in Paula's studio for young and teen students, but is negotiable for adults. She likes meeting people where they're at.

Biography:

Paula Weber graduated from the University of Regina in 2013 with a Bachelor of Music degree where she studied voice with Lynn Channing. She returned to the U of R as a candidate in the Master of Fine arts program, in music and creative technologies, and graduated in 2019. Paula has also continued her vocal training by studying with Diana Woolrich as well as extended vocal technique with Dr. Helen Pridmore. She has also recently received her level 10 Royal Conservatory of Music certificate. She is currently an active member of the Regina music community; she has been a soloist with Halcyon Chamber choir and is currently a cantor at Campion College Chapel. She has also performed as a soloist with Sterling Productions. As private vocal instructor for over ten years, Paula has extensive training in teaching, most recently through Summer School for the Solo Voice with Lisa Hornung, and has trained using the Orff approach for young children. In her younger years Paula studied ballet and musical theater with Class Act and Do It With Class Young People’s Theatre Company. Paula’s love of singing began at an early age with the Juventus Choirs and she has enjoyed the opportunity to come full circle as the conductor of the Juventus Chorus. Paula is currently composing an opera called Jesse: An ASL Opera for Deaf actor Landon Krantz and Soprano Heather Malloy, which will be premiered in 2021 by re:Naissance Opera Vancouver.

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