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Meet Irene Feher

I sing, I improvise, I thrive on inspiring others to have a fulfilled musical life. If you have always wanted to sing and/or play, or you want to rekindle the love that brought you to singing and/or playing music in the first place - then I can help you open that pathway. If you are a singer looking for vocal freedom, I can help you. 



Whether we are in a voice lesson, voice class, or improvisation workshop, it is a mutual collaboration. I am there to listen and guide you towards finding your vocal/musical freedom. I encourage instrumentalists to sing because your voice is the most powerful connection you have to your musical ideas.  

I ask you to:

Learn from a place of love and curiosity, NOT fear and self-doubt. 

Trust the process and know that you have the ability to become fully engaged in your personal practice and collaboration with others. 

Become a compassionate, accepting and open lifelong learner. 

Value yourself and the experiences that make you who you are. 

Listen deeply.

Sing/play with heart and authenticity.

Tell a story worth telling.



In October 2017, Irene completed Music For People’s four-year Musicianship Leadership Program where she worked closely with master facilitators Mary Knysh, David Rudge, Lynn Miller and James Oshinsky. She is now on the teaching staff of Music for People running satellite workshops in Montreal. In September 2018, Irene launched Music for People’s first regional Musicianship and Leadership Training Program in Montreal.
In September 2019, Irene received a generous donation for “Live Your Music at Concordia – Music Health Breaks”, a community music project to help Concordia University students overcome isolation and anxiety.
In February 2018, Irene participated in an intensive 6-day training with Arthur Hull, founder of Village Music Circles.

Voice Teacher

Voice Teacher

Dr. Irene Feher (D.Mus) teaches classical/Contemporary voice at Concordia University, and at her private studio in Montreal. A member of NATS (National Association of Teachers of Singing) since 2003, Irene continues to fuel her passion for teaching singing through research and attendance at professional development workshops.
With over 30 years of teaching and performing experience, Irene works with adults of all ages and levels. Her holistic approach combines formal classical vocal technique with somatic awareness and improvisation. Irene’s eclectic musical background enables her to teach various singing styles including classical, musical theater, and popular styles.


Concordia University  Department of Music  Instruction in classical and contemporary voice 

since 2009

Music for People 

Teaching staff and Regional Lead Trainer  Musicianship Leadership Program (Montreal, Quebec, Canada)

since 2018


(National Association of Teachers of Singing)

Member since 2003 


(Drum Circle

Facilitators Guild)

Member since 2018


(International Society for Music Education)

Member since 2020

Centre Musical CAMMAC

Music summer camp

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