Judy-lynn Sawchuk


I provide a learning atmosphere full of encouragement and strive to challenge the talent of my students.


Ms. Sawchuk is a classically trained performer who began her studies in Musical Theatre then later moved to Opera.

Ms. Sawchuk received her Bachelor of Music (Voice) at the University of Alberta in 1989. Before entering the degree program, she followed the Toronto Conservatory voice and piano programs. Post graduation, she went on to study with Selena James on numerous scholarships at The Banff Centre and at the Victoria Conservatory of Music. Recently, she has been under the direction of Alexandra Munn. Ms. Sawchuk has also designed and organized several dynamic children’s programs for the City of Edmonton and Government of Alberta.

As a voice instructor at the Alberta College Conservatory of Music, Ms. Sawchuk not only brings her stage experience but her passion to the art form, engaging her students with her infectious enthusiasm. Her students have attained success of their own. One of which placed the highest gold mark in three categories across Western Canada for their Musical Theatre performance. In addition, her students have placed medals in Royal Conservatory Exams and have attained contracts through professional theatre companies such as the Citadel and Mayfield Dinner Theatre.


Ms. Sawchuk teaches private voice lessons in-person on Mondays at the Alberta College Campus and Tuesdays from her private studio near Terwillegar. Lessons are available for ages 6 and up for all levels including RCM levels 1 to 9. She helps students prepare for post-secondary, auditions, and competitions. Styles include Classical and Musical Theatre.

Request lessons with Ms. Sawchuk to discuss availability and rates.


  • Bachelor of Music (Voice) – University of Alberta

Performances / compositions / recordings

Principal roles have included performances in Tales of Hoffmann, The Magic Flute, The Crucible and The Cunning Little Vixen. This sparkling Canadian soprano brings a comprehensive background to opera, having performed in television, over 15 radio broadcasts (with CBC and Access Canada), and in various theatre productions. She has acted in such films as Prom Night Two and W.O. Mitchell’s Alberta Experience.