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Ashley Schneberger

Ashley Schneberger, from Cochrane, Alberta, is a recent graduate from the University of Manitoba under the tutelage of Tracy Dahl for her Masters of Music in Vocal Performance, completing her undergrad at the University of Lethbridge in 2020 with Dr. Janet Youngdahl. She has been featured as Minskwoman from Flight (NUOVA Vocal Arts), Augusta Tabor from The Ballad of Baby Doe and Madame de la Haltiere from Cendrillon (University of Manitoba). In 2023, Ashley was awarded the Rose Bowl trophy at the Winnipeg Music Festival, as well as the George H. Price Memorial Scholarship and the Herbert & Audrey Belyea Trophy and was a winner of the University of Manitoba’s Concerto Competition. Ashley was a finalist in the National CFMTA Voice Competition in 2021 and was awarded the “Best Musical Diversity” prize for her performance of Metis-composer Ian Cusson’s “Where There’s A Wall.” A passionate advocate for the arts, Ashley is currently working at Manitoba Opera as an Executive Assistant.