Michael Denomme is a Canadian musician, educator, conductor, and performer, holding a Bachelor of Music with honorary standing from the University of Toronto. Previously, he has studied piano with Brian McDonagh, historical keyboards and organ with Dr. Kevin Komasaruk, and is currently studying choral conducting at the Masters level with Dr. Jamie Hillman at the University of Toronto. He has also studied conducting with Professor Uri Mayer, Dr. Mark Ramsay, Kathleen Allan, and Zimfira Poloz.
Michael has acted as a Choral Scholar in the Near North Voices choir under the direction of Dr. Adam Adler (Nipissing University). He also studied conducting and vocal pedagogy with Dr. Adler, and was the assistant conductor for the 2018 season. This experience was extremely influential in his love and passion for the choral arts.
Michael is currently the assistant conductor of U of T’s MacMillan Singers, and VIVA Singers Toronto’s Every Voice Matters chorus. He has worked as an apprentice conductor with Exultate Chamber Singers, and Toronto Children’s Chorus, and a guest clinician with Mississauga Children’s Choir, Catholic Central High School Choir (London), and the Oakville Children’s Choir’s A Few Good Men.