Brenda Zadorsky, (B. MUS. Hons., B.Ed, A.Mus., W.C.A.M.) is co-founder and Artistic Director of Amabile Youth Singers and Prima:Amabile Women’s Choir. She is a highly sought after voice teacher, clinician, adjudicator and consultant. Along with John Barron, Brenda co-founded the Amabile Youth Singers in 1985. She continues to win numerous honours both nationally and internationally for her artistic leadership. Most recently Brenda was inducted into the Western University, Don Wright Faculty of Music Wall of Fame. This accompanies her induction into the London Music Hall of Fame. Her extensive career as a music consultant and teacher with the Thames Valley District Board of Education and the London and District Catholic School Board spanned some 35 years. Prior to retirement, Brenda taught music education methodology for the University of Western Ontario at the Don Wright Faculty of Music where she was awarded several certificates for outstanding teaching. She received the Don Wright Scholarship in Vocal Music and in 2002 Brenda was presented with the Canadian Learning Tree Award. She is presently principal of the Zadorsky School of Music and was co-founder and principal of the Victoria Academy of Music for sixteen years. Over the years Brenda’s students have consistently won major scholarships at festivals as well as entrance scholarships to universities. Many have continued with performing careers in Canada and abroad.