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David Warrack was born in Calgary, and first performed on radio when he was five. As Conductor and Musical Director, David has worked with orchestras and bands across North America. He toured for years with the legendary Maureen Forrester, and they released a CD of songs he wrote for her entitled “Interpretations of a Life”. As Music Director for well over 250 musicals, including the Canadian tour of Jacques Brel Is Alive and Well, Closer Than Ever (for which he won a Dora, the Canadian equivalent of the Tony), the first Canadian production of A Chorus Line, Shenandoah on Broadway with John Cullum, and nine seasons of Ross Petty’s Christmas pantomimes at the Elgin Theatre in Toronto, Mr. Warrack is constantly in demand. Highlights include a gala tribute to Oscar Hammerstein with the Toronto Mendelssohn Choir, conducting the National Arts Centre Orchestra in Ottawa for a set of concerts featuring Natalie McMaster and the Men of the Deeps, conducting the Kitchener/Waterloo Symphony in a three-concert Latin extravaganza featuring an entirely new program which he orchestrated specifically for this magnificent ensemble, music directing a jazz extravaganza at the brand new concert facility Koerner Hall in Toronto, and music directing the performance of Dave Brubeck’s LIGHT IN THE WILDERNESS with the celebrated Elora Singers in Guelph. This past summer (2012), he was Music Director for the Salute to Musical Theatre at the Elora Festival. Learn much more at: davidwarrack.ca
A member of the internationally renowned vocal group, "The Tenors", Victor Micallef is a Maltese-Canadian opera singer. He and "The Tenors" are best known for such songs as "The Prayer" and "Panis Angelicus". He has also performed with II Teatro del Maggio Musicale Florentino in Italy, The Orpheus Choir, and the Canadian Opera Company Ensemble Studio.
Victor began his musical career with the piano at the age of 4 at the Royal Conservatory of Music. He started singing and taking voice lessons at 16.
Born in Toronto, Canada, he studied vocal performance at the University of Western Ontario and the University of Toronto. He has worked with well-known conductors including Zubin Mehta and Claudio Abbado.
As a member of "The Tenors", Victor has appeared on the Oprah Winfrey Show with Celine Dion in 2010, at the 63rd Primetime Emmy Awards, at the opening ceremonies of 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver and on ITV (TV network) Diamond Jubilee Show at Windsor Castle for Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. They have shared the stage with Sarah McLachlan, Neil Young, Paul Anka, Justin Bieber, Charice, Paul McCartney, Brian McKnight, David Foster, Natalie Cole, and Jackie Evancho.
Mark Camilleri (Musical Director) There are so many people in the world who have been quoted as saying "music is a part of life." However, everyone in the world who knows Mark Camilleri knows that for him, music is life. Mark’s entire professional life embraces music. As a music director, pianist, composer, arranger, accompanist, engineer, producer, conductor, or recording studio owner, Mark has encountered nothing but great success. This success can be attributed not only to his talent, but also a work ethic devoted to always improving and providing the best. All of this is evidenced by the amazing opportunities and experiences that Mark has had. Outside of his career, Mark is surrounded by his loving family. His wife Louise, (a talented and accomplished vocalist, dancer and actor) and his two sons, Andrew and Adrian. Mark has shared the stage with Il Divo, Celine Dion, Sting, Eric Clapton, Seth MacFarland Andrea Bocelli, Paul Anka, Sheryl Crow, Sarah McLachlan, David Foster, Annie Lennox, Audra McDonald, The Canadian Tenors, Herbie Hancock, The Priests, Johnny Reid and Jim Cuddy. In 2016, Mark co-founded “PODIUM Concert Productions”, bringing shows like “THE SECRET GARDEN” and “NINE” to the stage with full orchestra. imaginesoundstudios.com