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Being in love with music as long as she can remember, Molly Luhta cultivated her passion and is now a lyric soprano. Her performances have taken her across Canada in roles such as Countess Almaviva
(The Marriage of Figaro-SOLT), Alice Ford (Falstaff-UWOpera), Beth March (Little Women-MToT), and Mrs. Webb (Our Town-NUOVA).
performs regularly in concerts as a soprano soloist and in solo
recitals. In May, she sang with the She Sings! choir for their Wanting Memories concert. There, Molly debuted "Clear Shining Moment", a new work written for her by Canadian composer Martha Hill-Duncan. Her past teachers include Maria Pellegrini, Jackie
Short, and Carol-Lynn Reifel, performances in masterclasses with
Adrienne Pieczonka and Edith Wiens, and working with directors Brian Deedrick, Guillermo Silva-Marin, and Michael Cavanagh. In June 2016, she won 1st Place in Voice 26 Years at the National Canadian Music Competition. She holds a M.Mus in Voice Literature and Performance from Western University, as well as B.Ed and B.Mus from Queen’s University.
Molly permanently resides in Kingston, ON, where she enjoys practicing
yoga, working in her garden, watching HGTV, and spending time at home
with her family and friends.
For Molly's current CV or to book her for a solo engagement, please contact her via email.