Instruments and techniques:
- Voice – classical, Broadway, Pop, Beatbox
- Piano – classical, accompaniment
- Schulich School of Music and Faculty of Education| McGill University Concurrent Dual Degree program: BEd and BMus for Music Education with a classical voice concentration
- Recipient of Tomlinson Engagement Award for Mentoring (2016-2018), working as a Music Theory 150-151 tutor.
About Nicole Furrier:
Nicole is an aspiring music educator based in the Montreal area. She is currently in her fourth year of study for her BMus/BEd undergraduate degrees at McGill University, having completed two of four student teaching field experiences. Her classical and pop voice training have yielded many performances throughout her life, notably singing at Boston’s Symphony Hall with the MMEA All-State Choir as well as the Handel and Haydn Society Young Women’s Chamber Choir in 2014-2015. Performing with the McGill Schulich Singers chamber choir for two years, she is found on the CBC produced album Choeurs d’ici, chansons d’ici as well as featured on an episode of the BBC produced television show Great American Railway Journeys. When she is not working as a music theory tutor for McGill students, Nicole is an active member of two executive councils at McGill, acting as VP Communications for McGill’s Music Education Undergraduate Student’s Association and VP Finance for Soulstice A Cappella, a contemporary group with which she regularly performs as a mezzo-soprano and beatboxer.