Denice is from Hazelton, B.C. and has a vast array of experiences associated with logging camps: the wilderness mixed with music-filled evenings make up her early years.
Denice began studying voice with Dr. Wendolin Munroe at age 17 and then with Professor Harold Wiens at the University of Alberta in 1987, where she sang many operatic roles and solo performances.
She has been singing publicly for over 25 years winning many first place awards and honours while traveling to increase her education.
She has been Voice and Vocal Pedagogy instructor for 11 years at the Edson music school and the University of Alberta. Denice began teaching Singing lessons in Edmonton and joined the Alberta Music Academy faculty in 2008. She was Research Assistant to Harold Wiens in a study of Parkinson's disease and singing, funded by the University of Alberta.
Denice is qualified to teach all ages and levels of singers, from beginners to aspiring professionals. She specializes in building and repairing vocal instruments to free the voice.
Her students consistently go on to successful careers and placements at the best universities outside Alberta.
Member: VoiceCare Network, Minnesota, Alberta Registered Teachers Association, National Association of Teachers of Singing.
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