Sought after for her high-energy and passionate emphasis on vocal technique and text, Kelsea McLean is dedicated to her love and belief in the transformative power of singing in community.
She holds a Bachelor of Music from Canadian Mennonite University where she studied voice and specialized in choral education. While at CMU, she studied with Henriette Schellenberg, Rose Van der Hooft, and Dr. Janet Brenneman. McLean later graduated from the University of Saskatchewan with a Bachelor of Education and recently received her Masters of Music Education from Acadia University.
She currently serves as Artistic Director for Sirens and Harmonia Girls’ Choir and is also the conductor of the prestigious Indian River Festival Chorus. Despite being in the choral realm most days, McLean also enjoys an active solo career, having performed primarily in Saskatchewan, Manitoba, and Prince Edward Island including appearances with the Swift Current Oratorio Choir and Regina Symphony Orchestra, the Canadian Mennonite University choirs and Mennonite Community Orchestra, and the Confederation Singers.