Abigail Freeman has been a performer and arts educator for over twenty years. She has been the featured soloist with with the Heliconian Choir & Orchestra, Canadian Orpheus Male Choir, Arcady and the Brantford Symphony and the Brott Festival, the Mississauga Choral Society, Counterpoint Chorale, the Cathedral Bluffs Symphony Orchestra, and the Georgetown Bach Chorale. On the operatic stage she has appeared as the Queen of the Night and Papagena (The Magic Flute), Despina (Cosi fan tutte), Zerbinetta (Ariadne of Naxos), Annchen (Der Freischutz), Blonde (Die Entfuhrung as den Serail), Ophelia (Mark Richards’ Hamlet) and The Chair (A Chair in Love). She also frequently performs with Windmill Theatre.
Ms Freeman is currently the Music Director at the Unitarian Congregation in Mississauga where she leads an adult mixed voice choir. She is also Music Teacher and Choir Director at the Toronto French School (Mississauga Campus) and has been a choral singer herself since childhood, having sung with the Elora Festival Singers, Arcady, the Mississauga Choral Society, the Toronto Children’s Chorus, the Holy Family Oratory Choir and the MacMillan Singers.
Freeman completed a Bachelor of Music Degree from the University of Toronto (Canada) and a Master of Music Degree from Binghamton University (United States).
Alekzander Rosolowski is a recent graduate from the University of Toronto earning an honours bachelor of music. His passion for choral music and performance started from a young age performing in elementary school and church choirs, community theatre, and open mics. He attended Cawthra Park Secondary School where he performed in their chamber, jazz, and TB choirs and was awarded the senior musician award in his graduating class. With a strong foundation in musical theatre, Alek likes to explore repertoire that tells a story and brings audiences on a journey through song. His goal for MFYC is for all singers to find their voice and connect with audiences.
Clara is a grade 12 voice/ saxophone student at Cawthra Park Secondary School with a passion for choral music and conducting. She has sung with a number of choirs including the Ontario Youth Choir, the Orpheus Choir of Toronto, Modern Sound Collective and the Oakville Choir for Children and Youth. In addition to choral singing she is a classical violinist and sings solo repertoire having completed her RCM 8 voice exam with first class honours and distinction. In 2022 she received both first place and scholarship awards from the Peel Music Festival in classical voice and the Cawthra Park Junior Musician of the Year award. In addition to her performance commitments, she teaches private voice and violin lessons with Kaos music studios in Oakville.