Brent Fifield has enjoyed a very successful career as a multi-faceted musician. A native of St. John's NL, he earned his B.Mus (Organ) and B.Ed from Western University, and subsequently earned an MMus in Organ Performance from the University of Toronto. He is highly regarded for his musical sensitivity, both as an accompanist, conductor, baritone, and teacher. As an organist, he has performed in recitals across Canada and the UK, a number of which have been broadcast on national radio. As a Baritone, he sang with the Grammy and Juno award-winning Elora Festival Singers, and Exultate Chamber Singers of Toronto, two-time winners of the CBC National Choir competition. From 2001-2010 Brent held the position of Organist and Director of Music at Christ's Church Cathedral in Hamilton. Since 2010 Brent has been Organist and Director of Music at Trinity Anglican Church in Cambridge (Galt). Brent is the founder and Conductor of Ensemble Lyrica, a Hamilton-based chamber choir whose profits are donated to local charities. Previously, he has conducted the Brock University Chorus, the Redeemer University Concert Choir, and the Pro Musica Choir of Burlington. Brent has had a varied teaching career: he has taught choral conducting at Western University, music analysis at McMaster University, and from 2009-2014 he was an adjunct lecturer in music at Redeemer University. Currently, Brent is teaching music in the Montessori, Junior, and Middle Schools at Hillfield Strathallan College in Hamilton. In addition, he is the Collaborative Pianist of HCC’s Komenci and Esprimas Choirs, and Co-conductor of HCC’s Lads & Gents ensemble. Brent, his wife Stephanie, and their daughters Audrey and Elizabeth, make their home on the west mountain in Hamilton.