©2018 by Sarah Maria Leung

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SOPRANO

Professional choral singer Sarah Maria Leung has sung with many prestigious ensembles worldwide. Her clear, light yet vibrant tone combined with exceptional sight-reading and musicianship skills make her a in-demand soprano in the choral scene. She currently sings with the Toronto Mendelssohn Choir, and the vocal quartet Fonitika Vocal Ensemble which she founded.

 

A native of Hong Kong, Sarah’s vocal training started when she joined her school choirs at the age of 6. Since then singing has become a huge part of her life, and she has performed with multiple choirs at various international events, such as the World Choir Games in Graz, Austria and Shaoxing, China; the American Choral Directors’ Association National Conference in Salt Lake City, USA; and the World Choral Symposium in Seoul, Korea. She also has a featured solo in the CD Dawn of Night – a recording of Stephen Chatman’s music with the University of Toronto MacMillan Singers under Dr. Hilary Apfelstadt.

 

Sarah’s voice teachers include Christina Haldane, Mary Mattei, Janice McVeigh, and Margaret Yim.

 

ENSEMBLE MEMBERSHIP

  • Elmer Iseler Singers (substitute soprano)

    • September 2018 - present​

  • Toronto Mendelssohn Choir

    • September 2017 - present​

  • Exultate Chamber Singers

    • September 2015 - June 2017​

  • University of Toronto, MacMillan Singers

    • September 2015 - June 2017​

  • University of Southern California, Thornton Chamber Singers

    • September 2013 - May 2015​

  • St. Paul’s Co-Educational College choirs (Hong Kong)

    • September 1999 - June 2011​