- Music History
- Music Theory (Beginner-Intermediate)
Music has been integral in my life in many ways, which is why I believe that music is important for everyone to participate as it contains many benefits beyond enjoyment. Music is for everyone of all ages and abilities and can be a great source of healing, and I take great pride in being able to show others how. Through the study of music, my students will learn more about the music they perform and enjoy, their bodies and unique voices, a new language (reading sheet music), and so much more that cannot be quantified. In each lesson, we will work towards your goals with music you want to sing while learning techniques and warm-ups that work for your unique instrument. Music education is for everyone which is why I accept adult students. As a mature student in an undergraduate program, I know how scary it feels to start over or start something new. It's never too late to start, and I am excited to join you on this journey.
I am currently in my final year of the Bachelor of Music program from University of Western Ontario, with an honours specialization in voice performance.
I studied piano privately from the age of six to about fourteen years of age and self taught myself voice before starting lessons at the age of eighteen. In college, I entered a rigorous performance program that offered me lots of opportunities to perform and develop my voice. I studied under a doctoral professor who studied under Lorna MacDonald at the University of Toronto for the latter half of the program. Additionally, I have performed in numerous choirs from the community level to the collegiate level. I had the wonderful opportunity to perform in Carnegie Hall in New York City, NY.
Music is a huge part of my life. In addition to voice, I am self taught on a variety of instruments including guitar and ukulele.
As a kid, I started my journey with music in a children's music class. I then began taking piano lessons for years with the same teacher. I started singing in church as a kid and haven't stopped singing since. Over the years, I've built a full performance resume performing on stage in musical theatre and opera productions and have worked with a variety of directors and musicians. I also have had the wonderful opportunity to conduct a community choir in my hometown. These experiences have informed my practice as a performer and a teacher, since many in the choir have not had formal music training.
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