- Ear Training
- Music History
- Music Theory (Beginner-Intermediate)
- RCM - Basic Harmony
- RCM - Basic Rudiments
- RCM - History
- RCM - Intermediate Harmony
My goal as a teacher is to have students be able freely express their artistic ideas. Whether that means to tackle technical challenges or to clarify musical ideas, I am here to create a space for students to freely create and express themselves with their instrument.
I've taught music to various age groups in many different settings and the one thing that connects everyone's learning experience is the joy of having the ability to create. I hope I can continue this journey while creating a fun atmosphere for my students.
I'm currently attending the Juilliard School for my bachelors in viola performance.
I started studying violin privately from age 6 with the Suzuki method. I went on to attend the Taylor Academy at the RCM until I was eighteen. At the RCM, I was immersed in solo, chamber, and orchestral performances as well as studying RCM ear training, theory, and history. I also studied viola privately at the RCM and eventually switching my focus primarily on the viola. I've also performed in the Toronto Symphony Youth Orchestra, establishing connections with the Toronto orchestra community.
I have performed in venues around the world and have performed as a soloist with various orchestras around Canada including Guelph Symphony Orchestra, Oakville Chamber Orchestra, Toronto Sinfonietta, and others.
I've won several competitions as a soloist including Aspen Music Festival Competition, Canadian Music Competition, Marta Hidy Prize Concerto Competition, and others.
I've attended several music festivals for full scholarship including New York String Orchestra Seminar, Aspen Music Festival, Morningside Music Bridge Festival, and the Young Artist Program at the National Arts Center.
In Toronto, I've taught privately for several years, teaching from beginners to advanced musicians. I've volunteered in the Toronto Community Orchestra as the principal violist, leading my section, giving technical and musical advice to orchestra members. In New York, I've taught music at New York Public Schools and in conservatory setting at the Juilliard Pre-College, teaching young musicians from grades 1 - 9. I also have experience volunteering at programs for kids with disabilities, including Holland Bloorview Hospital and Centennial Infant & Child Centre. I've seen the way music can affect children in different ways and I'm hoping that my experience can help people connect to their artistic self!
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