Michelle Schultz is a 23-year-old country singer/song-writer (part of the British Columbia Country Music Association). She is a classically trained pianist, receiving her grade 10 certificate in the Royal Conservatory of Music at the age of 17, and she recently finished a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Criminology at Simon Fraser University.
A major part of Michelle’s music career has been singing national anthems for several sporting and charity events. Michelle sings regularly for several teams in the BCHL and WLA, as well as for the WHL Vancouver Giants. She has further sung for the AHL Abbotsford Heat, BC Lions, and Vancouver Canucks. Michelle has been fortunate enough to receive several sponsorships from Victoria to sing for the WHL Victoria Royals, and WLA Victoria Shamrocks, as well as for Western Speedway. Other special events include the AAA High School Boys Basketball Provincials, Cops for Cancer, the PoCoMo Youth Services Society, and many more. Michelle is extremely honoured and excited to have been chosen as one of the official singers for the Vancouver Stealth! Aside from anthems, Michelle has performed at several local bars, open mics, and talent shows/competitions, some of which include The Terminal Pub, Joe’s Apartment, The Roxy, and more.
She has further sung during intermissions at many BCHL and WLA games, including doing acoustic sets of originals and covers with an accompanying guitar player. Michelle also recently finished recording her brand new single “Camouflage”. Michelle further maintains active community involvement, especially through fundraising. In 2012, Michelle raised over $3500 for Cops for Cancer, over $2000 for the BC Children’s Hospital Child Run since 2010, and has also volunteered and raised money for BC Cancer Research on several occasions.