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Brenna Robins - Vocal, Music Theatre, Music in Motion Children’s Program

Brenna Robins, Vocal Teacher

Toronto-born soprano, Brenna Robins, is a passionate and dedicated performer. Brenna’s voice has been described as beautifully rich in tone, for a light lyric soprano, with a sense of dramatic flair. Her versatility from classical to musical theatre repertoire is admirable and she is known for her commitment to characterization and text. Throughout her training Brenna has had experience directing, choreographing, writing, and performing for various productions and concerts. She began her journey as a singer and performer at the Music Studio under the instruction of Wendy Dobson. She has taught privately part-time and has been praised for her patience and energy in her lessons. Brenna believes in creating a comfortable and supportive learning environment while advocating improvement and refinement at the same time. Brenna brings a strong foundation of acting and character development to her performances as well as her teaching.

Brenna received her certificate in Performing Arts Preparation from Sheridan College and has participated in several Orion House Concerts. She received her Bachelor of Music in Performance from Acadia University in Nova Scotia. During her time on the East Coast, Brenna has performed in the Tom Regan Memorial Concert, and Acadia’s School of Music Productions of Grease (Rizzo), Too Many Sopranos (Just Jeanette), and Chess (Florence). She has most recently made her debut with the Halifax Summer Opera Festival 2017 in Albert Herring (Miss. Wordsworth). Brenna is also credited as an acting coach for this year’s festival.

Brenna is thrilled to be back with The Music Studio. She loves seeing growth and development in her students and is so excited to see what she will learn from her students as well.

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The Music Studio

6 Burnhamthorpe Road
Toronto, Ontario M9A 5C9

Email: lessons@themusicstudio.ca
Phone: 416.234.9268
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