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2023-2024 Season Singers

Georgia Edwards, soprano

Born in England and raised in Switzerland, Georgia moved to Halifax, Nova Scotia with her family in November 2008. Having been an active singer her whole youth, Georgia’s musical growth truly began when she was handed a flute in her very first band class. In the following years, she began to take voice lessons in a local Performing Arts School and sing in local and school choirs, which included the Cantatrice Girls Honour Choir and the Xara Youth Ensemble. Georgia went on to study Music Therapy and Voice at Acadia University, studying under Paula Rockwell, Dr. Christianne Rushton, and Jason Davis.  During her time at Acadia, Georgia continued to be an active chorister, singing with Xara Choral Theatre (and is a featured soloist on their latest album Here on These Branches), the Acadia Chorus, the Nova Scotia Youth Choir, and at the Wolfville Baptist Church. Currently, Georgia works as a Music Therapist, a Private Music Teacher, and a Kindermusik educator. While she loves sharing the joy of music with others, she is thrilled to sing with the Luminos Ensemble to fulfill her own musical needs and further her musicianship as a singer.

Jamie Feinberg, soprano

Jamie Feinberg (she/her/hers) is a performing artist, coach, mental fitness trainer, speaker and writer who finds joy in helping people to create a life they love. She holds a B.A. in music (cum laude) from Smith College and an M.S. in community economic development from Southern New Hampshire University. After spending the early part of her career as a professional musical director, arts educator, and performer, she started her own theatre company in New Hampshire in 2010. She toured the United States full-time with her husband, composer/performer/educator Ross Malcolm Boyd, in an RV from 2016-2021, and in August  of 2021, Jamie and her husband realized a dream to return to Charlottetown (after a honeymoon visit in 2014) to make it their home. Jamie is also the director of Island A Cappella, a women's a cappella chorus based in Charlottetown.


Rebecca Hulme, soprano

Cellist, vocalist and budding music therapist Rebecca Hulme holds a Bachelor of Music Therapy with Honours from Acadia University in Wolfville, Nova Scotia.  Hailing from Montreal, QC, she moved often in her youth, and has been happy to call the Maritimes her home for the better part of a decade. Rebecca has drawn inspiration from various influences in her travels and continually searches for opportunities to grow as a performing artist.  Her diverse musical tastes have fuelled many adventures: from accompanying Phish’s Trey Anastasio at Carnegie Hall to studying Hindustani Classical music and collaborating in a fusion ensemble in India for a year. She has performed with various groups, including: the Vermont Youth Orchestra, South Congregational Church Handbell Choir, Acadia Chamber Ensemble, Acadia Vocal Ensemble, Nova Scotia Youth Orchestra and had the honour of competing in the National Music Festival of Canada representing NS with her piano trio in the chamber division. In 2019, she sang in the Indian River Festival with Island A Capella.


Her current involvement in the PEI Symphony Orchestra and Luminos Ensemble nourishes her love of both classical and contemporary music.  This, as well as performing alongside various Island artists, offer a means to share and collaborate with others. Presently, Rebecca is concluding her formal training as a music therapist and teaching music privately.  A person-centered therapy provider, she specializes in supporting creativity, self-expression and self-empowerment through music.  She has enjoyed working with a slew of populations, particularly Children and Adults with Special Needs and those with Alzheimer’s Disease and Dementia.  She hopes to specialize in Geriatrics. 

Kara Callaghan, soprano

Kara was born and raised on PEI. Her choral experience started with the Confederation Centre Girls Choir and Kara went on to sing with various choirs locally, nationally, and abroad. In addition to singing with Luminos Ensemble, Kara is active in the music ministry at St. Dunstan’s Basilica and is an ECMA and Music PEI award winner for her work with Sirens. Kara holds a Bachelor of Music Therapy from Acadia University and a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from UPEI and currently works as a Registered Nurse. In her spare time, Kara can be found either hiking a trail or curled up at home with her cat. 

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Annette Campbell, alto

Annette Campbell was born in Charlottetown, PEI with a mezzo-soprano voice that travels. Over the years, she’s performed with an eclectic range of groups, including the Montreal Symphony Orchestra Chorus, the Orpheus Singers, the St. Lawrence Choir, the Bella Voce Quartet, Sirens, the Maplewood Singers and the funk band, Mystery Snail. With a Bachelor of Music degree from UPEI and a Master’s degree from McGill, plus countless engagements as a music director for local theatre productions, Annette's passion for music is well known to her collaborators, students and audiences across Canada and beyond. Today, Annette sings her heart out with Luminos Ensemble, as well as with her talented brother, Trevor Campbell. Fortunately, Annette's voice makes every gathering feel like family. 

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Wendy Wade-Maxwell, alto

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Melissa Lewis, alto

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Marlee Saulnier, alto

Marlee Saulnier (she/her) is a saxophonist, vocalist and pianist hailing from Stellarton, Nova Scotia, and has called Charlottetown home for the past eight years. She holds a Bachelor of Music with Honours from Humber College in Toronto, Ontario. Marlee has had the opportunity to play and sing with numerous musical groups touring throughout Canada, the US and Mexico, including The Count and the Cuban Cocktail, Humber’s Latin Jazz Ensemble, Charlottetown-based world music group I and the Village, and Amy, Amy Amy – A Tribute to Amy Winehouse. Marlee is an ECMA and Music PEI Award winner for her work with Sirens and Paper Lions, and additionally performs with Luminos Ensemble, Lady Soul and as a sideman for various Island musicians. Marlee is also currently the Executive Director of the PEI Symphony Orchestra. 


Troy Martin, tenor

Troy Martin is a Clarinetist and Tenor from Montague, Prince Edward Island. Troy has performed with various orchestras and choirs including the UPEI Wind Symphony, the PEI Symphony Orchestra, Strathgarney Chamber Orchestra, UPEI Concert Choir, and, of course, Luminos. He has represented Prince Edward Island in the National Youth Band, National Youth Choir and National Music festivals and has received a number of awards such as UPEI Musical Excellence Award, the Suzanne Brenton Award and a number of awards from the Southern Kings Art Council for his music making.

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Luke Thompson, tenor


Darin MacBeth hails from and currently resides in Prince Edward Island and is father to Sofia and Gracie MacBeth.

He is co-owner of MacBeth Bros. Roofing Inc.  As a childhood dancer/ singer, he performed in Anne of Green Gables and played several lead roles in musical theatre. He studied Music at Acadia University where he was a student of James Sommerville (French Horn) and James Sugg (voice). He was a member of the Ceremonial Guard Band and has been a French horn soloist for many ensembles including the PEISO. Darin has performed extensively throughout Atlantic Canada as vocalist as well as a lead singer / bass player. The bands he has been lead singer of are Rupert Pelican, Big Tilda, Tongue and Groove, and “macbeth”.  Darin currently performs with Luminos Ensemble, Forte Men’s Choir, PEISO, UPEI Wind Symphony, PEI Regimental Band, Holland College Band, Great George Street Brass Band, PEISO Brass quintet, and his own band “macbeth”. His performances are always infused with passion and he feels privileged to perform, every single time.

Darin MacBeth, tenor

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Justin Simard, tenor

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Jordan MacLean, baritone

Jordan MacLean is a baritone from Wheatley River, P.E.I, and has been a member of Luminos ensemble from since its inception in 2017. Jordan studied classical singing at U.P.E.I and has been an active member of Forte - P.E.I. Men's Choir since 2016. Jordan had been a part of many stage productions since his early years and continues to pursue his passion for music through performance and composition.


Gaige Waugh, baritone

A graduate of the Bachelor of Music program at UPEI, Gaige Waugh is currently active as a vocalist and trombonist based out of Prince Edward Island. Growing up in the small New Brunswick town of Quispamsis, a love of music grew in performance through school and community music making. He has performed in a number of musicals, quartets, and choirs, including the 2018 National Youth Choir where he represented Prince Edward Island and the 2019 Ceremonial Guard where he served in Ottawa as a trombonist. In the major works of J.S Bach’s Magnificat, Mozart’s Requiem, and Handel’s Messiah he was featured by the UPEI concert choir as a soloist, and most recently made his debut into opera as Sorastro in the UPEI production of Mozart's The Magic Flute.

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Daniel Aitken, bass

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Brodie MacRae, bass

Brodie MacRae (he/him) is a labour lawyer and classically-trained singer. Growing up in Charlottetown, he was active in PEI's vibrant arts scene, having performed in theatre and musical theatre productions with organizations such as Left Hand Theatre and ACT and spent several memorable summers as a Confederation Player. Brodie studied voice with Winston Purdy at McGill University's Schulich School of Music and performed with Opera McGill. He received his Bachelor of Music from UPEI, where he studied voice with Sung-Ha Shin Bouey and Stephan Bouey. He has performed with the Liederwölfe Opera Collective, the Montreal Symphony Orchestra Chorus, the St. Lawrence Choir, and the National Youth Choir. He moved back to the Island in 2021 with his family, and is thrilled to sing with the Luminos Ensemble. 

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