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.
While obtaining her Bachelor of Music from Canadian Mennonite University, she studied with Dr. Janet Brenneman who profoundly influenced her practice and decision to continue in the field of music education. Kelsea later graduated from the University of Saskatchewan with a Bachelor of Education. This past summer, she completed her Masters of Education with a focus in Music Education from Acadia University under the mentorship of Dr. Dale Lonis and Ardith Haley.
She serves as Artistic Director for Sirens and Harmonia Girls’ Choir and is also the conductor of the prestigious Indian River Festival Chorus. Additionally, she has had the privilege of providing choral clinics for programs such as Music Monday and the PEI Junior Honour Choir and has adjudicated for the Atlantic Festival of Music in Halifax. Choral by night and concert band by day, she teaches instrumental music at Montague Intermediate School.