About Breanne

Breanne Rourke is a professional voice/piano teacher located in St. Catharines, ON. She is an accomplished singer/songwriter, and has a passion of cross-training in different musical genres including pop, classical, opera, jazz, and broadway. She obtained her Bachelor of Music in Voice Performance (Honours) from Western University in 2010. Breanne is an RCM Certified teacher, and is also a member of ORMTA (Ontario Registered Music Teachers Association), SECO (Speak Easy Co-Operative for Independent Voice Teachers), and NATS (National Association of Teachers of Singing). With over 10 years of teaching experience under her belt, Breanne's students have been accepted to University and College music programs throughout Ontario, have completed RCM exams, and have been featured on popular TV shows such as 'The Next Star', and 'Canada's Got Talent'. She also teaches and coaches pro-singers all over Canada who are ready to up-level their vocal abilities!

An avid performer, Breanne is a member of the New York Singer/ Songwriter Circle in New York City, New York. She has been a featured performer at the Bitter End, a popular music venue located in Greenwich Village. In 2015 she was accepted to the Halifax Summer Opera Festival to perform the role of Spirit II in Massenetʼs Cendrillon. Her most recent broadway role was Ronette in Something Something Productions ‘Little Shop of Horrorsʼ in September 2016, and again in September 2018. She was also a featured soprano soloist with Lyric Niagara throughout their 2015-16 season.


Not only does Breanne love teaching and performing, she also has a passion for conducting. She is currently the Music Director of Wesley United Church in Welland, and co-directed the Niagara Chapel Singers from 2013-2015.

Ms. Rourke currently resides in St. Catharines with her family and maintains a thriving independent teaching studio.

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Do you love to sing in the shower or in your car? Maybe you are a karaoke queen (or king!) or a budding professional, or a total beginner who doesn’t know a treble clef from a bass clef. Maybe you’re someone who simply loves to sing - and wants to learn MORE!