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Presented by the Women's Musical Club of Winnipeg, the award winning singer and her collaborative pianist – Joy Lee, are perforning Sunday afternoon (Nov 12) at the WAG. Classic 107's Claudia Garcia de la Huerta caught up with Maeve over the phone before making the trip to Winnipeg. Missed it? Listen here!



Described in recent reviews as “scintillating”, “exciting”, and “superb”, Maeve Palmer is a soprano in the Rebanks Family Fellowship and International Performance Residency Program at the Glenn Gould School, and the soprano Sidgwick Scholar with Orpheus Choir of Toronto. Maeve is the second prizewinner of the 2017 Eckhardt-Gramatté National Music Competition, and a recent graduate of the Masters of Music in Performance at the University of Toronto, where she studied under Mary Morrison, O.C.

Maeve has performed as a soloist in concert with Opera Atelier, Off-Centre Music, Tapestry Opera, Chorus Niagara, Hamilton Philharmonic Orchestra, Orpheus Choir of Toronto, and with the Eckhardt-Gramatté National Music competition, among others.

Recent roles include Zerlina (Don Giovanni), soprano in Derek Holman’s Laudes Creationis, Matriarch (The Farthest Shore), The Angel of Death (No Mortal Business), Leah (Swoon), Satirino (La Calisto), and soloist in Bach's B minor mass, and Britten’s Hymn to St. Cecelia.

World premiers include Nicole Lizée’s Malfunctionlieder, Alice Ping Yee Ho’s Three Songs of the Tang Dynasty, Tyler Versluis’s Five poems, and Robert Taylor’s Opticks.

Soundtrack credits include The Space Between Us, film, 2017, and Aftermath, TV series, 2016.

As an Eckhardt-Gramatté National Music competition finalist, Maeve and collaborative pianist Joy Lee get to embark on a tour that will see these two artists take the stage at the Muriel Richardson Auditoriam at the WAG this Sunday.

The concert begins at 2PM. Tickets are $20 Students $5
Purchase online at or at the door – cash or cheque only!