Tuesday Royko – Voice

Specializes In:

Voice

Biography

Tuesday Royko has been teaching voice at the Manitoba Conservatory of Music and Arts for 15 years.  In addition, she teaches voice at the University of Manitoba, Faculty of Music, Preparatory Division and maintains a private home studio.  She began her music studies in Winnipeg where she studied voice and piano, winning numerous awards, scholarships and trophies at the Winnipge Music Festival as a young performer.  She continued her music studies in Montreal at McGill University where she completed a Bachelor of Music in Voice Performance, graduating with distinction in voice.  During this time, she performed in a variety of operatic roles and expanded her performing to musical theatre and Gilbert and Sullivan.  Furthering studies in Italy, she performed with a number of opera schools and opera companies and studied under the renowned Gianfranco Rivoli, La Scala’s premier conductor.  Most beloved roles include Mimi in Puccini’s La Boheme, Liu in Puccini’s Turandot and Suzel from Mascagni’s L’Amico Fritz.  After returning to Winnipeg, she performed with the Manitoba Opera and in recital, but turned her passion for music to teaching where she currently dedicates most of her time.  Many of her students have become trophy winners at the Winnipeg Music Festival and have achieved top honours in music exams and competitions.  Others have gone on to music careers or to study music at universities across Canada and the United States

Education/Training

Bachelor of Music in Voice Performance, McGill University

 

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