Debbie is teaching Vocal Technique and Handbells, conducting Pop Choir, and accompanying Vocal Duets.
Debbie is the Minister of Music at Trinity United Church in Cobourg, Ontario, Canada, where she accompanies weekly services and conducts two children’s choirs, the Chancel Choir and the Jubilate Handbell Choir. In addition to her church work, Debbie enjoys being involved with local community music groups, including being the Associate Director for La Jeunesse Choirs.
An experienced organist, pianist, choral director, singer and flautist, Debbie has performed in numerous concerts and recitals throughout southern Ontario. In 2014, she toured the Canadian Maritime provinces as Conductor for the North Lakeshore Massed Chorus on their tour “‘Til the Boys Come Home”, commemorating the start of WW I. She conducts workshops in handbell ringing and has been faculty for the Ontario Guild of English Handbell Ringers Festival and the Summer Institute of Church Music. In addition, she is Chair of Music United, President of the Northumberland Centre of the Royal Canadian College of Organists and on the executive for the Southern Ontario Chapter of the Hymn Society.
Debbie graduated from the University of Toronto with a Bachelor of Music degree in Music Education and has received her Associate diploma from the Royal Canadian College of Organists. She also holds a Master of Arts in Church Music from Trinity Lutheran Seminary in Columbus, Ohio. Debbie has completed a Doctorate of Ministry at Emmanuel College at the Toronto School of Theology, University of Toronto. Her thesis was a qualitative study.
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