39th Northern Alberta
Concerto Competition
Winner, Voice

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Glynnis McCrostie is in her fourth year at the University of Alberta taking Radiation Therapy. She has been studying classical voice as a lyric soprano/coloratura for eight years, the last five with Elizabeth Raycroft. In 2019, she sang the role of Queen of the Night in the University of Alberta Opera Workshop’s production of The Magic Flute, as well as finishing first in the ARMTA provincial voice competition and representing Alberta at the CFMTA national’s competition. In 2017 at Archbishop Macdonald High School, Glynnis was awarded the Laurier Picard/ Claire McGinn award for music contributions and the Cappies award for best female vocalist for her performance as the lead role, Kate, in Cole Porter’s “Kiss me Kate”. Glynnis has also competed in the Edmonton Kiwanis Festival and was twice nominated to represent Edmonton in provincial finals. Glynnis hopes to continue to sing and balance her passion for music and healthcare moving forward.