Voice Masterclass

with Benjamin Butterfield

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About the Workshop

Join acclaimed Canadian Tenor, Benjamin Butterfield, for this exciting opportunity to fine tune your classical singing skills. Students will have the opportunity to sing a classical selection live with an accompanist, receive feedback from Benjamin on their piece, and work with him to incorporate his notes. This is a valuable learning opportunity for any student, but especially those participating in The Greater Victoria Performing Arts Festival. 

Students will also have the option to participate as an auditor and gain a wealth of knowledge from observing their peers. 

There is limited space available for this workshop, so register today!

  • Date: April 23rd 2022 
  • Time: 3:00-5:00pm 
  • Location: Kaleidoscope Arts Centre 


  • Singer Rate: $40  – 6 spots available, students must be 13+ years old 
  • Auditor Rate: $15  – 10 spots available, all ages are welcome to audit this workshop 


At this time, registration for this workshop is limited to currently enrolled Voice Students of Anna van der Hooft. 

Please contact our Education Department to register for this program.

About Benjamin Butterfield

Benjamin Butterfield is an acclaimed Tenor represented by Schwalbe and Partners in New York City. Professor Butterfield is Head of Voice and Music Graduate Advisor at the School of Music at the University of Victoria in British Columbia, Canada. As a singer, he has performed throughout North America and Europe as well as in Israel, Ukraine, Asia and New Zealand in opera, concert and recital and is known for his performances of the music of Mozart, Handel, Bach and Britten as well as Janacek, Mahler and Beethoven. Alongside his position at the School of Music in Victoria, Prof. Butterfield has also worked with young musicians at summer training programs including Opera Nuova in Edmonton, the Amalfi Coast Music Festival in Italy, VISI in Vancouver, Orford Musique and at Yellow Barn in Vermont. He is also an adjudicator and has been a juror for scholarship programs and arts funding organizations.