Cassandra Warner


Hailed by critics as a “powerful mezzo” and “sensory epiphany”, Canadian opera singer Cassandra Warner has garnered international acclaim. From Milton, Ontario, and an alumni of the Glenn Gould School of the Royal Conservatory of Music in Toronto, Miss Warner has a diverse array of performing experience in opera, concert, international competition and specialty events and runs her own private voice studio out of Toronto.

Cassandra has performed with such high profile opera companies as Opera Atelier of Toronto, VancouverOpera, Calgary Opera, and Opera Toulon of France. She has performed such roles as Dorabella in Cosi fan tutte, 2nd Lady in The Magic Flute, Rose Maurrant in Street Scene, The Saloon Singer in The Inventor, Carmen in LaTragedie de Carmen and the title role in Cendrillon at Koerner Hall in Toronto.

She has performed in concert with Saskatoon Symphony, Calgary Civic Symphony, Mississauga Symphony, The Royal Conservatory of Music Orchestra, TafelMusik Orchestra and Milton Philharmonic Orchestra. She has performed with the Toronto Orpheus Choir and most recently was guest soloist with the prestigious Boy’s Choir of Regensberg, Germany and represented Calgary Opera on an Opera Cruise of the Danube river in Europe.

Cassandra has achieved great success at international opera competitions, winning 3rd prize at the Chants de Marmande of France and First Prize at the Western Canadian MET Opera Competition.

Cassandra has been featured by The Toronto Star newspaper, CBC Television, CBC Radio, Classical 96.3FM Radio, and Money Sense Magazine. She has been a special guest artist for such high profile associations as the Arts and Letters Club of Toronto, the Stratford Soiree series, the Royal Conservatory galas and has been the featured artist at such specialty events as Chanel’s recent jewelry launch in Toronto where Cassandra was model and performer.