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Red Deer Polytechnic | Millennium Center | 503, 4909 49 St 
Box 5005 | Red Deer | AB | T4N 5H5
Work: 403-356-4900

New to the position of administrative camp director, Kimberley has been a faculty member of MusiCamp since 2008. 

Kimberley attended the music programs of Red Deer College, Mount Allison University and the University of Alberta, studying voice with Anna Beaumont, Helen Pridmore, Harold Wiens and Elizabeth Turnbull. She is known for her energy and enthusiasm as a choral director and versatility as a singer, being as comfortable singing with Pro Coro Canada, Edmonton’s professional chamber choir, as she is singing musical theatre. She is well known as an adjudicator for voice, speech, choir and musical theatre throughout Western Canada and currently teaches at The King’s University and runs her own music school, Purple Door Music Academy.  In addition to her busy teaching and performing schedule, Kimberley directs the youth choir Shumayela with the Korora Choir Association, as well as the non-auditioned adult choir, River City Chorus. In her spare time, she is a dog sport enthusiast, and can be found playing in Frisbee competitions with her miniature Australian Shepherd, Rufus.

This will be Ian’s first year as the on-site MusiCamp director but he has been involved in MusiCamp since 2005 in various capacities, starting out as a camper, supervisor, board member and now Staffing Director/On-site Director. He keeps music in his life by subbing in Edmonton on Bari sax for different ensembles, and is looking forward to carrying on the legacy of MusiCamp to the next generation. Attending the Emergency Services Academy, Ian works on ambulance as a Primary Care Paramedic, and has been working throughout the Edmonton area, Northern Alberta, and Saskatchewan as a paramedic for nearly ten years. He is well known for his caring attitude towards others, and is never far if someone needs a helping hand. Ian enjoys hiking and travelling, while always making time to play with his puppy Pippy. 


Lindsay is a bassist/vocalist from Edmonton, Alberta, currently living in Winnipeg, Manitoba. With over a decade of gigging experience and a Bachelor of Jazz Studies degree from University of Manitoba, her extensive musical training allows her to play both double bass and electric bass in a variety of genres – although jazz remains her first love and main musical influence in all of its many forms. She has played many festivals and toured with artists such as Ben Sures, Billie Zizi, Scott Cook, Carrie Day, Matt Foster, and Juvel, her main current project in Winnipeg.

During the school year, Lindsay teaches violin at Sistema Winnipeg, an intensive daily after-school music program that focuses on children with the fewest resources and greatest need. In the summer, she serves at MusiCamp Alberta as the Assistant Camp Director / Bass Faculty.

Welcome to the team, Jonathan! More information on Jonathan will be coming soon. 


If you’re interested in applying to work at MusiCamp as a supervisor you can e-mail a resume and cover letter to Applicants must be at least 19 years old and have been away from the program for at least one year.

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