The Canadian soprano Mary Enid Haines studied at the University of Toronto and as the recipient of the Floyd S. Chalmers Performing Arts Award went to the Early Music Centre in London to study with Emma Kirk by. She has appeared with the Windsor and the Oshawa Symphony Orchestras, Tafelmusik and the Toronto Chamber Society and is also a member of the baroque chamber group Musick Fyne, with which she has enjoyed excellent reviews, with broadcasts both of concerts and of recordings on the IBS label. Mary Enid Haines also holds a position in the Faculty of Music of the University of Toronto and has served as president of the Toronto Early Music Centre.

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