Madeline Weber

Youth Choir Accompanist

Pianist and collaborative musician Madeline Weber is an emerging artist throughout Central and Eastern Canada; she is a performer that strives to harmonize the organic nature of the music with her expressive touch to engage a diverse audience.

As a recent alumni of McGill University, Madeline has experienced a realm of opportunities in both solo and ensemble collaborations. Through her Bachelor of Music in piano performance, she had the privilege of studying with virtuosic pianists Stéphane Lemelin and Ilya Poleteav, along with collaborative musician Micheal McMahon and choral conductor Jean-Sébestien Vallée. Madeline also participated in the Orford Summer Music Festival in 2018 where she studied with world-renowned pianist Ronan O’Hora.

In Ontario, Madeline is active within her community, organizing fundraising solo concerts, teaching private piano lessons, working at the Ontario Mennonite Music Camp and most recently, accompanying the Grand Philharmonic Youth Choir. She was recognized for her musical and community involvement with the Abner Martin Music Scholarship in 2016.

Having a passion for collaborative music, Madeline has worked with musicians in a variety of settings including Kiwanis Music Festivals, RCM exams, vocal recitals, weddings, and most recently this September 2019 with a visual artist at the Belmont Village Bestival.

Along with her continued commitment to these musical endeavors, Madeline has also begun to pursue marketing and business as a complementary blend to her career.