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Martina Myskohlid is a recent graduate of the University of Toronto’s Faculty of Music in Voice Performance. Throughout her undergraduate degree she had the privilege of studying under the tutelage of renowned soprano, Monica Whicher. Martina began her classical music training at the age of eight with Young Voices Toronto Choir and continued her choral training while in high school. Martina graduated from the arts-academic high school, Etobicoke School of the Arts, where she majored in Musical Theatre and was a featured soloist in numerous concerts and shows. She is also a graduate of the Royal Conservatory of Music Phil and Eli Taylor Academy for Young Artists, a program that provides advanced young classical musicians with exceptional mentorship and unique performance opportunities.
In the summer of 2017, Martina played the title role in Gilbert and Sullivan’s Patience at Opera NUOVA, and has also attended the Vocal Techniques Workshop, directed by Wendy Nielsen, in St. Andrews-by-the-Sea, New Brunswick during the summers of 2015 and 2016. Other roles include Despina in Toronto Lyric Opera Centre’s production of Così fan tutte (May 2018), and Elmire in Mechem’s Tartuffe with Opera NUOVA (June 2018). Martina's recent performances include her guest solo performance with The Harmony Singers of Etobicoke during the 2017 winter season. She concluded her undergraduate degree at U of T with a highlight graduating recital in March, 2018; this seventy-five minute program featured works by De Falla, Fauré, Greer, Grieg, and Haydn.
Martina's love and quest for musical excellence is also shared with children ages six to fifteen in her capacity as a Voice and Piano teacher in her private studio, as well as the City of Toronto's Parks and Recreation programme.