- French Horn
- Ear Training
- Music Appreciation
- Music Theory (Beginner-Intermediate)
It is my continued mission to bring the joy of musical education to a new creative and personal level for all my students. I seek to find ways to empower students to see past notes and numbers and to get in touch with their own unique flare and artistry in a nurturing, constructive environment. Music is one of the best ways to learn skills for all aspects of life, and one of the most exciting ways as well! I hope to be able to share music with my students in such a way that they come away from each lesson intrigued and keen to keep exploring the many concepts we will be exploring together.
-I have just completed my Bachelor's Degree in French Horn Performance at the University of Toronto, which allows me to be trained in orchestral, solo and chamber performance while studying advanced music theory, skills and music history as well.
-I am an alumna of the National Youth Orchestra of canada as well as the Toronto Symphony Youth Orchestra, and was a member of the University of Toronto Symphony Orchestra for four years.
-I have completed my grade 8 in Piano with Conservatory Canada and took piano lessons from age 6 until I graduated high school when I was seventeen.
Albert and Wilhelmine Francis Renewable Entrance Scholarship in Music, University of Toronto (based off entrance audition and high school transcript)
Dean's Scholarship, New England Conservatory of Music (entrance award for Master's beginning in 2020)
President’s Scholars of Excellence Entrance Award (high school transcripts)
Alumna of the National Youth Orchestra of Canada and the Toronto Symphony Youth Orchestra
As a young musician, I found my French Horn lessons intimidating. I had to stop taking private lessons a year or so after I began for some time in order to help deal with the anxiety it was giving me. Within the time between, where I was not studying with anyone in particular, I spent all my time in orchestras, bands, piano lessons, peer tutoring, teaching and attending any masterclasses that presented themselves to me. The effect of this experience has opened my eyes to the benefits to my music and my character when I was required to teach myself the concepts I was gathering. This is the outlook I provide my students. I help them to find the answers to the questions that arise in lessons, help them find the way to solve problems we encounter in their music while ensuring they know they are safe and respected enough to ask for help whenever they need it.
30 Minutes: $39.00
45 Minutes: $49.00
60 Minutes: $59.00
There is a one-time registration fee of 25 $ charged with the first lessons. All Taxes are included in prices, if applicable
NOTE: Your Credit card will be charged ONLY when the first lesson is set up and confirmed with the teacher