Linda Fletcher, Hon.BMus., B.Ed., A.Mus., RMT, is actively involved in the music community as a teacher, composer, singer, adjudicator, clinician, accompanist and music director. A dedicated voice teacher, she maintains a busy private studio in Oakville.
Linda's students have won many local provincial and international awards for singing and composition including numerous RCM gold medals and have performed on major stages across North America and Europe including Stratford, Toronto and Broadway. Her student Scott MacIntryre was in the top 8 of American Idol .
Linda has been the organist and music director at Walton United Church in Oakville for 35 years. Her vocal and choral compositions have been selected for music festivals and Composers Calendar.
Linda is active as an adjudicator at major music festivals across Canada. She served as chorus director for two Juno nominated recordings . Linda was the recipient of the Pauline McGibbon Lifetime Achievement in the Arts Award, and the ORMTA Teacher of the Year Award. In 2016, Linda was an inaugural recipient of the RCM Teacher of Distinction Award
Linda was the recipient of the Pauline McGibbon Lifetime Achievement in the Arts Award, and the ORMTA Teacher of the Year Award. She was part of the creative team for the 2012 RCM voice series and some of her songs are included in the syllabus. She is a composer, compiler and editor of a new series of Canadian song books entitled “SING!” She is a member of ACTRA, NATS, ORMTA, CMFAA and SOCAN.
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