Erin, an administrator by day and comedic soprano by night, has been an active performer in Toronto for the past eleven years. Known for her rich voice, comedic wit and dramatic sensitivity, Erin can be seen around the city performing in a wide variety of genres. Erin received her masters of music at the University of Western Ontario where she studied opera. Erin has performed with Toronto Operetta Theatre, Opera in Concert, Opera Five, Confidential Opera, Loose TEA Music Theatre and is a member of the comedic opera improv group “Whose Opera is it Anyway?”. Erin recently performed with “Whose Opera” at the Music and Beyond Festival in Ottawa, the Hamilton Fringe Festival and can be seen performing at the Social Capital on the 4th Tuesday of every month at 8pm.
Some of Erin's opera Credits include, Cookie in Talk Opera, Opera 5, Donna Anna in Don Giovanni, Opera by Request, Pamina in Die Zauberflöte, TSOW & The Confidential Opera Project, Contessa in Le Nozze Di Figaro at Opera Nuova and UWOpera, Rosalinde in Die Fledermaus, with Rubato Casual Opera and UWOpera, First Witch in Dido & Aeneas, Summer Opera Lyric Theatre, Iolanthe, Toronto Operetta Theatre, Beatrice in Beatrice Chancey, Queen Of Puddings Songs And Scenes Programme, Otello, Opera Lyra, Cis in Albert Herring, Pamina & Giuletta in The Opera Gala, and Min & Grace in The Midnight Court, UWOpera. Solo symphonic performances include Handel's Messiah and Saint-Saëns Christmas Oratorio with the ISO. As a winner of the Concerto Competition at Western Erin performed Sieben Frühe Lieder by Alban Berg, and Symphony #4 by Mahler with the UWOSO. Erin was a winner in the London Opera Guild scholarship competition, won first place at the NATS Ontario Chapter Auditions for the graduate and young professional category and was a finalist in the London Music Scholarship Foundation competition.