Denkmal

Micah Schroeder

Bringing Music to Life



Micah Schroeder’s Denkmal, the first Music Alive recital, is dedicated to his grandmother Ursula Schroeder.

Denkmal is a German word used to describe a monument, but more directly translates to “think once, or think for a moment”, and this recital perfectly embodies that sentiment. As Micah reflects on the life his grandmother led as a German immigrant, it causes all to pause and think for a moment on their own circumstances.


Canadian-American baritone Micah Schroeder, praised for his “smooth as glass lyrical contours” (The National Post), has performed across North America. Most recently, he was a member of the Vancouver Opera Yulanda M. Faris Young Artist Program and the Opera Idaho Young Artist Program.

Music Alive Recitals

Simran Claire
Charlotte Siegel

Kaden Forsberg
Ai Horton
Chelsea Kutyn
Kyla Fradette
Louis Dillon


Join tenor Kaden Forsberg and baritone Micah Schroeder as they pull back the curtain for the Royal BC Museum to show you ‘A Day in the Life of a Professional Opera Singer’, sharing the high notes, the low notes, and everything in between!