Miriam Davidson

Miriam Davidson is an accomplished voice teacher, children’s educator, conductor, performer and adjudicator in Vancouver, BC. She teaches singing at her music studio, located at East 60th Ave. and Knight Street in Vancouver. She offers both in person lessons and online. She also teaches singing and conducts the women’s choir, the Real Treble Makers at Mt. Pleasant Community Centre, Music & Movement at Renfrew Community Centre and group classes for children and adults at the Shadbolt Centre and at Edmonds Community Centre in Burnaby.

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Blog Posts

  • Surprise, Surprise

    Preparing for the upcoming Laudate concert program “Timeless Treasures” (Sat., March 7 at the Gordon Smith Gallery, North Vancouver and Sat., March 14 at Pyatt Hall, Vancouver) has been full of surprises. I have been in the choir for a long time…

  • The Small Joys

    I have been lucky enough throughout my life as a musician to experience a few very brief moments where I understood the wonder and the interconnectedness of the music that I was performing. If you are very, very lucky, you…

  • Merry Christmas From an Infidel

    According to Collins English dictionary, an infidel is “a person who has no religious belief; an unbeliever”. That fits my personal religious beliefs quite nicely. I believe in the interconnectedness of the universe. I am not hostile to religion if…

  • The Best Anniversary Ever

    On August 27th, 2005, my husband Elijah, my brother Loren and our friend Jeremiah and I embarked on a short tour of BC and Alberta playing the music of our Ween cover band Japanese Cowboy. We were all in our…

  • Offering

    It has been well over a year since my last blog post. Why the delay? Any marketing expert will tell a small business owner to post regularly. I’m a voice teacher and a performer so I should be full of…

  • Oh Canadian Mosaic!

    2017 marks the 150th year since Canada became a nation so on Saturday, March 4th at 8:00 pm, Laudate will be performing a lovely programme of Canadian choral music called Canadian Mosaic, surrounded by Canadian art at the Gordon Smith…

  • Oh Connection!

    I’ve written about human connection on this blog before and clearly I’m not finished writing about it. Perhaps it’s my middle age but as I get older, I am beginning to understand the vital importance of human connection in all…

  • The Armchair Feminist

    It’s now the start of summer though given the amount of rain and a scorching daytime high of 17 degrees, I question the season. Still, it’s time for another blog. This one has nothing to do with singing and music…

  • Ramblings of a Possible Synestetic

    I often mix certain pieces of music that I’m singing or listening to with other senses such as smell or with particular feelings or even with works of literature. I realize that crossing all of these wires together may put…