- Ear Training
- Music Theory (Beginner-Intermediate)
- RCM - Advanced Rudiments
I believe that every person is inherently musical, and it is one of my passions to share my enthusiasm and knowledge of music with others in hopes of leading them to discover their own personal connections to music. When working with students, my primary goal is to ensure that all students feel valued, included, and have enjoyable musical experiences. For me, this involves meeting the students where they are when learning new material, encouraging them through positive reinforcement to share their gifts and step out of their comfort zone, and actively listening to them. I am very patient and am always willing to try different modes of instruction and communication to better suit the individual needs of the student. I have a strong commitment to the fundamentals and to student success, and encourage students to achieve excellence in their own musicals goals. Above all, I believe that learning music should be a fun and exciting experience and I always bring positive engery to the learning environment.
I have a Bachelors Degree in Flute and Music Education, as well as a certificate in Music Technology from the University of Toronto, Faculty of Music. I will be entering my masters of teaching at the University of Toronto in September, 2023. I have been playing piano since I was five years old, and throughout my childhood I have continued to develop my passion for music, learning guitar, ukulele, songwriting, and singing. I began playing flute when I was fourteen years old, and currently study in the studio of Stephen Tam at the University of Toronto. As a singer-songwriter I have experience writing and recording original songs as well as film compositions. I have played flute and piccolo in the Toronto Symphonic Youth Wind Orchestra, and the University of Toronto Wind Symphony, and currently sing in the University of Toronto Chamber Choir.
Recipient of the 2019 Christine Shaw Scholarship Award at the 2019 Music Alive Festival, First Place Award and Platinum standing for the 2019 Kiwanis Music Festival, Honorable Mention Award, 2019 Ontario Music Festival Association Provincials competition, and 2019 Cosmo Music Achievement Award, St. Theresa of Lisieux CHS, RH
Throughout my life music has been a mode of expression, communication, and connection. My passion for music exploded when I began playing in bands with my peers as it was a feeling like no other to be united for a brief moment in the creation of something beautiful. As a flutist, I has performed in multiple festivals, competitions, and concerts in the GTA and Ontario. I love experimenting with adding layers of flute to my songs and compositions, similar to how I layer vocal harmonies. During the pandemic I taught myself how to record music at home and since then I have been recording and producing cover songs as well as my own original music and have began to realize my passion for supporting young artists in learning songwriting and skills in music technology, recording, and production. In addition to my university music studies, I have achieved the grade 9 level in piano, and am at the ARCT level in flute. I am an avid collaborator, regularly working with my peers and colleagues at the U of T Faculty of Music in both classical, and pop collaborations.
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