Rosemary Lindsay holds a degree in Music with a major in voice from the University of British Columbia and has enjoyed a varied career as a soloist, choral singer, teacher and conductor. After taking her degree, Rosemary apprenticed as a vocal teacher with the renowned pedagogue, Nicolai Kolesnikov, learning both classical and popular styles of vocal technique and has sung everything from bluegrass to rock, pop, jazz and classical. Not unsurprisingly, she loves choral music for the breadth of genres it encompasses. Always an avid chorister, she was a founding member of Phoenix: A Chamber Choir, notable for its prestigious wins in national and international choral competitions. She was invited to sing with Elektra, Vancouver’s premier women’s choir, at its inception; she toured with Jon Washburn’s Vancouver Chamber Choir, and sang many seasons with the with the Vancouver Cantata Singers. Rosemary currently conducts Timbre! Choir in Port Alberni and teaches voice, choir and conducting at Vancouver Island University.