I am so excited to announce that today my debut album ‘These Miles’ is officially on sale! I am overwhelmed by all the of the support so far and am so excited to know that is is now available for all of you to enjoy! You can hear samples and order a number of ways! First and foremost visit my STORE to order physical and signed copies. After that there are a number of ways from CDbaby to Amazon to iTUNES! I hope you enjoy it, share it and consider leaving a review on any of those sites to help spread the word!




New Website, New Album!

Welcome to the NEW! I am so excited to be launching this new home for all things music as it relates to my career in Opera, Classical-Crossover and Musical Theatre. I hope you’ll have a look around and let me know what you think! Lots to see and hear and ways to learn about my debut album ‘These Miles’, available April 8th.

Upcoming Shows

For those of you in the Ottawa and Toronto area, I’m looking forward to bringing my debut album launch tour your way. I have 4 shows coming up in late March early April, beginning at the hotel Montebello on March 29th and finishing in Ottawa and the National Arts Center 4th Stage on April 10th. Here’s a complete list of upcoming concerts with links to learn more and order tickets! See you on the road!


The theatrical game of the five singers onstage is also flawless. Baritone Jonathan Estabrooks plays sergeant Belcore as well as could be desired, chest raised, a military step and a smile in the face of every jab. Additionally, the baritone exhibits great vocal flexibility with a round voice thundering especially in its lowest register.


‘Robert Erickson’s “Sierra,” an impressionistic work for baritone and chamber ensemble, is steeped in California, thanks to a hokey text of his own, filled with repetitive evocations of “Yosemite,” “Wawona,” “Gold,” “Devil’s Basin” and more. Jonathan Estabrooks, a robust baritone, gave his all to the solo part’.


‘At the top of the list stood Papageno portrayed by the energetic red-head Canadian, Jonathan Estabrooks, who was a Papageno from tip to toe, with every sound he made with his fresh voice. It was a pleasure to see him jump, fall down, get up, moan, chatter, be silent, enthusiastic or afraid, and to hear him sing in a very pleasant voice and always with obvious joy of one who knows it is a role for life’.