Rhona has been involved in vocal music since she was seven years old and performed with distinction at music festivals. She studied vocal music at Wilfred Laurier University under the direction of Victor Martens and then undertook music education at Nipissing University. She completed her Master of Education at Queen’s. She taught elementary school for twenty-seven years and as an intermediate classroom teacher and music specialist, she produced and directed both student musicals and choirs. Rhona has been featured in many recitals over her music career and premiered the one-woman opera “Molly of the Mohawks” in Kingston. Rhona has been a soloist and chorister with many church, community and chamber choirs in Woodstock, North Bay, Burlington and Kingston and has performed as a soloist at many weddings and events. As well as singing with the KCC, she performs regularly with the WLU Alumni Choir. Rhona also enjoys playing piano and trumpet.