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Kirsten Pelchat, L.Mus

Bel Canto School of Music is under the direction of Canadian coloratura soprano and recording artist Kirsten Pelchat "Kir" (kirpelchat.com). She is a singer well known for her versatility as a performer, composer and voice teacher based in Milton, Ontario. Originally from Quebec City, she is a graduate of McGill University's vocal and opera performance program, the Royal Conservatory and the prestigious Conservatoire de Musique de Quebec.


Past and current students include famous Elvis tribute artist Stephen Michael Kabakos and recording artists Alexy & The Other Side, Janine Farragher, Kaylan Mackinnon, Wes Mason and Steve Rivers, who can be heard on stages and radio around the world.


Kir has performed as a classical soloist with the Milton Philharmonic Orchestra, the Toronto Operetta Theatre, McGill Opera Studio, as a soloist in the Festival d'Ete in Quebec City and in many other festivals, churches and community events across Quebec and Ontario.  She is an active composer having composed music for musicals such as "Datebook" and other original material for herself and other recording artists.


Her 2016 album "13 Years in Space" can be heard through iTunes, Google Play, Spotify and all digital stores online.

















In Milton, Ontario since 2004, teachers at Bel Canto School of Music have helped hundreds of students achieve their musical goals through highest quality, one on one instruction.


For our students of all levels, these goals include working towards RCM (Royal Conservatory of Music) exams in voice, piano, and theory, preparing for auditions, festivals and competitions, song-writing, releasing albums and performing live. Many (both current students and graduates) have enjoyed commercial success on stage, the internet, radio and TV.


Have a question about your particular goals? Please contact us, we'd love to hear from you!






















May 7, 2016 - Milton Philharmonic Orchestra features soprano "Kir" in its Season Finale, "Night at the Proms" with a mass choir of over 70 singers from all over Halton at the Milton Centre for the Arts. - photo by Stacey Newman


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