Photo Credits: (left) Yukiko Onley, (right) Marguerite Witvoet
"If you want to get down to the essence of music, it¹s a celebration of life. Whether I’m singing or playing piano, I try to draw the audience deeper into all the various colours and tones of the human experience."
- MW

2014

Do You Want What I Have Got? A Craigslist Cantata

Vocalist & Pianist
Music by Veda Hille
Words by Bill Richardson
Directed by Amiel Gladstone
Produced by Acting Up Stage Company in Calgary, Edmonton and Ottawa

Art Song Lab

Faculty Accompanist
Words/Music by various national & international librettists/composers
Produced by Vancouver International Song Institute.

Brief Encounters

Creator/Performer
A two-week encounter with a beverage alchemist in an interdisciplinary festival
Song/Lyrics by Marguerite Witvoet
Script by Taylor Partel & Marguerite Witvoet
Produced by The Tomorrow Collective

2013

Do You Want What I Have Got? A Craigslist Cantata

Vocalist & Pianist
Music by Veda Hille
Words by Bill Richardson
Directed by Amiel Gladstone
Produced by the Arts Club Theatre

2009 - 2011

What Does A Body Know?

Vocalist & Cyber Glove Performer
Libretto by Meryn Cadell
Music by Bob Pritchard
Produced by the UBC DIVA Project at Ritsumeikan University, Kyoto, Japan, January 2009; at the Open Ears Festival in Kitchener, Ontario, May, 2009; at NIME in Sydney, Australia, June 2010; live telecast from Vancouver to Calgary CNMN conference, January 2011; at the CHI conference in Vancouver, May 2011, and at the Vancouver East Cultural Centre, November 2011.

2009

We Were Here

Vocalist & Pianist
Spoken word poetry by Shane Koyczan
Music by Jordan Nobles
Produced by The Cultch

Songs of Lima

Solo Pianist
Music by Francisco Huguet, Beat Furrer, Russell Pinkston and Enrique Iturriaga
Produced by Redshift Music & Sonic Presence

2008

Festival Internacional de Música Clásica Contemporánea de Lima

Piano + Vocal Soloist
Music by Luis de Pablo, Enrique Iturriaga, Colin MacDonald, Francois Morel, Beat Furrer, Francisco Huguet, Jordan Nobles and Russell Pinkston
Produced by Centro Cultural de España (Lima, Peru)

2007

Squeezebox

Vocal + Accordian Soloist
Collaboration between Kathleen Oliver and Marguerite Witvoet
Score by Marguerite Witvoet
Produced by song room

Red Cage

Piano Soloist
An interweaving of John Cage’s "Sonata + Interludes", Georges Aperghis’ "Récitations pour voix seule" and Martha Graham’s "Blood Memory"
Produced by Music on Main

2006

The Art Hung Quietly

Vocal Soloist + Keyboards

A collaboration between Nicola Cavendish and Marguerite Witvoet                            Score by Marguerite Witvoet                                                                                    Produced by song room

2005

SKIN à fleur de peau

Vocal Soloist, Keyboards + Electronics
A collaboration between Barbara Bourget, Lyse Lemieux and Marguerite Witvoet
Score by Marguerite Witvoet. Additional performers: Bernie Arai, Sal Ferrerras, Peggy Lee, Ron Samworth.
Produced by the Vancouver International Dance Festival

Last Call: A Post-Nuclear Cabaret by Morris Panych + Ken MacDonald

Eddie Morose (actor/singer/pianist)
Directed by Andy Toth, featuring David Adams + Marguerite Witvoet
Produced by Quintessence Musical Theatre Project

2004

Tongue Tied

Vocal Soloist + Performer
Written and Performed by Marguerite Witvoet
Directed by James Fagan Tait
Produced by Vancouver New Music

2003

Live At Studio Two: Peter Hannan + Marguerite Witvoet

Vocal + Piano Soloist
Improvisations and works by Guillaume de Machaut, Georges Aperghis, Peter Hannan and Marguerite Witvoet
Produced by CBC Radio Two (live recording)

John Cage: Sonatas + Interludes

Piano Soloist
Produced by CBC Radio One (live)

2002

Random Acts

Piano Soloist
Music by Robert B. Pritchard, Bradshaw Pack
Produced by The Western Front

Voice Works

Vocal Soloist
Music by Peter Hannan, Marguerite Witvoet, Georges Aperghis
Produced by The Western Front

2001

Wow, Um, Really

MIDI Soloist
Music by Peter Hannan
CBC Radio Orchestra, Bramwell Tovey, conductor
Produced by CBC Radio Two and the Chan Centre (live recording)
 
 
Photo Credits: (left) Yukiko Onley, (right) Marguerite Witvoet