Damian Dorschner

Damian Dorschner

Damian began his post-secondary music education at Keyano College in Fort McMurray, AB, studying with Laura Glover for two years. He then transferred to the University of Lethbridge to study with Dr. George Evelyn for the next three years to complete his Bachelor of Music Degree in Voice. While attending the university, Damian was a member of the University of Lethbridge Singers. This group toured and performed in Nova Scotia and Newfoundland in 2000 and in Ireland in 2002. Damian was selected to represent Alberta in the National Youth Choir in 2002 which was conducted by Lydia Adams.

Damian spent another four years in Lethbridge teaching voice, working as a church musician, continuing to sing with the U of L Singers, and being the associate conductor of the Vox Musica choir at the University of Lethbridge.

In 2006, Damian moved to Lloydminster, AB to become a full time voice instructor at Lakeland College Performing Arts. During his four years there, Damian taught a full schedule of students, conducted adult and children's choirs, was the voice coach for musical theatre productions, was the PA announcer for Lakeland College Rustlers basketball and volleyball games, and performed at various functions.

Over the years, Damian has enjoyed being able to perform as a singer and conductor in various concerts and performances. His highlights include his graduation recital at the University of Lethbridge which included works by Handel, Beethoven, Wagner, Faure, and Fine, singing with the U of L Singers when they competed in the Cork International Choral Festival in Cork, Ireland, being on stage with the chorus for the Banff Centre production of the Canadian Opera "Filumena", conducting part of Schubert's Mass in E-flat with the Vox Musica Choir and members of the Lethbridge Symphony Orchestra, singing the bass solos for a Bach Cantata with Vox Musica and members of the Lethbridge Symphony Orchestra, participating in the Banff Choral Workshop which culminated in a performance of Carmina Burana with the Vancouver Chamber Choir, singing on tour with the National Youth Choir in 2002, and singing a number of Broadway songs in concert at the Vic Juba Community Theatre in Lloydminster. He also directed the Prince George Cantata Singers for six years.

Damian is very excited to be teaching voice at the Prince George Conservatory of Music, directing the Caledonia Chamber Choir, and being a part of the music community in Prince George.


Upcoming Events

Scholarship Recital
May 18, 2018
Closed for Victoria Day
May 21, 2018
Faculty Concert
May 27, 2018
Last day of classes
Jun 8, 2018
Final Student Recital
Jun 8, 2018

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