From humble beginnings in Delta, B.C, Aaron started his musical journey at the age of 4 on the piano, studying with Maureen Edwards. He took...
Lindsay Sutherland Boal
Lindsay Sutherland Boal is a Toronto based artist known best as a singer, actor and teacher. Select theatre credits include: Musetta (La Boheme – Against the Grain, Toronto); Yum-Yum (The Mikado – Fraser Valley Stage - Waterford International Festival of Light Opera) guest artist at the Rainer Hersch’s April Fool’s Day Concert (Royal Festival Hall, London England) and All Classical Music Explained (Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra, Nova Scotia Symphony, Firebird Orchestra and the Rainer Hersch Orchestra UK) and solo artist in the self-written and produced Purely Cabaret at the Toronto and Ottawa Fringe Festivals. Select TV and short film credits include leading roles in Extreme Babysitting (YTV Canada/ Nickelodeon UK & USA), Motives and Murders (Discovery ID/ Cineflix) The Silent Musician (Cannes International Film Festival Court Métrage). Behind the camera, Lindsay has acted as a casting director for independent Canadian short films ‘What About Shelly’ screened at 18 film festivals worldwide, ‘Lazarus Files’ and others. She also wrote, co-produced and started in her own short film ‘Little Cucumber Sandwiches’ – a story about an aging woman’s coming of age in a youth obsessed world.
Lindsay has held teaching positions in voice, piano and theory at the British Columbia Conservatory of Music, the Walnut Grove Academy of Music and Dance and her own Full Potential Voice Studio in addition to holding the position of Musical Director with Theatrix Youth Theatre.
After completion of KPU’s Diploma in Music, Lindsay earned a B.Mus (Brandon University), an Artist Diploma (Vancouver Academy of Music), completed the Opera Apprenticeship Program (University of Manitoba) the Acting for Film, Television and Theatre Program (Toronto Film School) and completed sessional studies at in the Lyric Opera Studio Weimar (Germany); Casalmaggiore International Festival of Opera and Song (Italy); Banff Centre for Performing Arts, Janacek Academy Of Performing Arts (Brno, Czech Republic), the International Cabaret Conference at Yale University and improve courses at the Second City in Toronto.
Lindsay lives in Toronto with her husband, newborn baby and two cats.