Rhea March is an award winning Live Performance and Artist Development Coach whose work with
emerging artists has been pivotal in launching countless young careers in
Alberta. She is thrilled to bring her
skills to Visionary College where she will focus on teaching the art of songwriting
and live performance.
Her work with Visionary focuses on all
aspects of Enhanced Live Performance including: Authentic Stage Presence; Overcoming Stage Fright; Mic Technique; Audience
Engagement; Fan Base Acquisition; Recording & Pre-Production;
Professionalism, DYI Management, Songwriting, and the Business of Music.
The authenticity and integrity with which she
teaches has earned her the respect of key arts, education and funding partners
as well as venues, festivals, radio, TV, print, and on line media, and
thousands of supporters province wide. Rhea’s philosophy for encouraging the development
of Alberta talent has been the subject of numerous television segments and
articles including a one hour CBC TV special.
Rhea’s affinity for coaching and developing outstanding
emerging talent has been formally recognized with:
* Governor Generals Award ‘Outstanding Contributions to a
* Governor Generals Award Nomination;
* Mayor’s Celebration of
the Arts Award nomination;
* Global Woman of Vision Award
Rhea is a sessional instructor at MacEwan University
teaching “Artist Management for the Music Industry’. She is entering her 10th year as the
congenial and supportive host of the Sunday Song Stage in Edmonton (currently
at Cha Island Tea Co). She donates her
time each week as part of her commitment to the continuation of all aged platforms that encourage
artist development through live performance experience.