Faculty Profile:
Leanne Regehr



Credits in this year's Festival:

Coach & Collaborative Pianist Instructor

6th year on Faculty at NUOVA


Previous NUOVA Festival Credits:

2017 - Coach & Collaborative Pianist Instructor
2016 - Coach & Collaborative Pianist Instructor
2015 - Coach & Collaborative Pianist Instructor
2014 - Coach & Collaborative Pianist Instructor
2013 - Coach & Collaborative Pianist Instructor

1999 - NUOVA Participant

 





Biography

Leanne Regehr is a versatile and sensitive pianist who has captivated increasingly diverse audiences across North America. She is the featured soloist in a live recording of Victor Davies' Mennonite Piano Concerto with the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra, and is currently based in Edmonton where she serves on the faculties of the University of Alberta and The King’s University. Leanne’s reputation in opera has grown through engagements as a répétiteur with Shreveport Opera, Mercury Opera, and Edmonton Opera. Her dedication to the development of young singers has been shown through her work as a faculty member with Opera NUOVA, a staff pianist for Sherrill Milnes' VoicExperience Program in Florida, and as a Coaching Fellow at the Aspen Music Festival. She is widely recognized for her intuitive ability to collaborate with other musicians across an extensive range of repertoire.  Leanne completed her Doctor of Music in Piano Performance at Northwestern University and explored further studies at the Banff School of Fine Arts, the Universitat Mozarteum in Salzburg and the Aspen Music Festival. She is the accompanist for the Richard Eaton Singers and freelances as a soloist, vocal coach, recital partner, and adjudicator.