Through performances with Faustina, The Peterborough Concert Band, and Perfect Fifth, Sheila M. MacRae combines her interests in a wide variety of music. She has been heard in in Apocalypsis by R. Murray Schafer (Sony Center, Toronto), as well as with the Northumberland Orchestra and Choir (Cobourg, ON), the Kitchener-Waterloo Community Orchestra (concert tour The Netherland and Belgium), the Blawenburg Band (New Jersey, USA), and Ars et Amici (Boston, tours of Florence, Rome, other Italian cities). For several years, she has been active with CAMMAC and continues to serve as Editor of the CAMMAC Toronto Region Newsletter. She has a long-standing interest in early music. As an educator, she believes in sharing music with young people. While in the US, she taught music and she directed the Children’s Choir of the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Princeton (Princeton NJ). She holds a Master of Music Education (Westminster Choir College of Rutgers University, Princeton, NJ) as well as a Masters in Slavic Languages and Literatures, University of Toronto. In addition to music her interests include teaching languages, including to New Canadians who have recently settled in the country, and learning more about our history as a country as this relates for our First Nation communities.