Dr. Margot Rejskind, Founder and Artistic Director


An active conductor, performer, and teacher, Dr. Margot Rejskind has directed choirs of all kinds, from beginner to professional, in both Canada and the United States. Known for her adventurous and eclectic programming, choirs under her direction have been heard on CBC, NPR, and the BBC, and have been finalists and semi-finalists in a number of national and international choral competitions, where they have been praised for their musicality, artistry, and distinctive sound.


Dr. Rejskind is a native of Montreal, where she completed her degree in Voice Performance (Jazz) at Concordia University. She earned her Masters and Doctoral degrees in Choral Conducting and Vocal Pedagogy from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Dr. Rejskind served on the faculty of the Royal Conservatory of Music in Toronto from 2006 to 2013.  Currently, she teaches private voice, ear training, and conducting at her Brighton Singing Studio; she is the artistic director for Forte Men’s Choir and Summerside Community Choir; and she teaches Aural Skills in the Music Department at UPEI.