Discover my musical projects!
I love connecting with audiences in an authentic, modern, and personal way, which is why I'm passionate about self-producing recitals and recordings. You can watch some of my performance videos down below.
If you're interested in hiring me or collaborating with me/my ensemble for a performance or recording project, please don't hesitate to reach out via my Contact page! I'll be more than happy to work with you :)
At the beginning of 2022, I embarked on a journey to release professional recordings of flute pieces I love. The first recording of this long-term project is Syrinx, a solo flute piece composed by Claude Debussy. It is currently streaming on Spotify, Apple Music, and wherever else you listen to music. You can also find it on YouTube or purchase your own MP3 copy via my shop (it's like leaving a tip!). I can't wait to record and release more music soon.
Flute and clarinet duo with Emilia Segura
Ensemble Camellia is made up of myself and clarinetist and friend Emilia Segura. Since meeting in the Montreal Youth Symphony Orchestra in 2014, we have performed together on numerous occasions, including during our studies at McGill University. In the fall of 2019, we created Ensemble Camellia to share the rarely played repertoire for flute and clarinet with Montreal audiences. For project inquiries, please contact us by email at email@example.com.
Photo credit Laurena Segura
Caitlin's Cozy Concerts
The concert series where you can remain cozy at home and not catch COVID 😉
Caitlin's Cozy Concerts is a virtual concert series I created in August 2020. Up until December 2021, you would find me every month discussing a theme such as mythical creatures or nature with people in the chat. I played some flute tunes, always featuring at least one composer of colour and/or non-male composer. Half of all the proceeds I received each month went to either the Black Healing Fund or directly to Indigenous people in the Montreal area, as a form of reparations.
These concerts were a way for me to connect with audiences while staying safe at home, and to spotlight marginalized composers who deserve their place in the classical music canon. You can catch all of the livestreams over on my YouTube channel.