Piano - Keyboard - Theory
Piano - Theory
Classical (RCM), Jazz, Contemporary, Pop
Jerusalem Academy Of Music And Dance - Bachelor of Music
Alexander began his musical journey at the age of 7 when he attended music school to study classical piano. At the age of 15, he decided to study music professionally and enrolled in the Minsk Music College, Jazz Faculty.
Since 2000, Alexander moved to Toronto where he performs as a solo pianist for various events. Alexander is also a member of a Jazz group and a vocal/piano duo, and he also works as a music instructor/educator, teaching classical and jazz/popular piano and music theory.
Piano - Keyboard - Theory
Classical (RCM), Contemporary
York University - Bachelor of Fine Arts Honours (Music/Jazz Piano), University of Toronto, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education – Bachelor of Education
Tim has more than 10 years of teaching experience in private piano lessons. Being a certified secondary music teacher, he also has many years of experience teaching in large group classroom settings using the Ontario curriculum. Tim understands what it takes to structure lessons tailored to each student's needs and provide descriptive feedback on the areas they need to improve.
Tim also has a tremendous amount of experience playing both piano and keyboard in ensembles or as accompaniment. He has been the keyboardist of the Toronto-based rock band “Moonfall” since 2014 and has played as a sessional player for other bands.
Hannah Shen graduated as a scholarship student at the Young Artists Performance Academy of the Royal Conservatory of Music and is now obtaining her Bachelor’s in piano performance at the University of Toronto.
Hannah has made some incredible achievements which include performing at Carnegie Hall, being a featured artist at Toronto's Nuit Blanche, being interviewed by WNED 94.5 Radio and more.
She has had masterclasses with world class pianists such as André LaPlante, John Perry, Lee Kum-Sing, Krzysztof Jablonski, Marc Durand, Robert McDonald and James Anagnoson.
Hannah enjoys teaching as well as being a chamber musician and accompanist.
University of Toronto - Faculty of Music (Piano Performance) | The Royal Conservatory of Music - Young Artists Performance Academy
Piano - Violin - Vocal - Theory
RCM, Classical, Musical Theatre, Contemporary
Boston Conservatory at Berklee - Master of Music, Voice and Instrumental Music Education
An accomplished pianist and vocalist, Aubrey received her Masters of Music in Music Education from the Boston Conservatory in Boston, MA, immediately following her completion of her Bachelor of Music at the University of Toronto where she studied classical voice and music education. Before deciding to pursue opera, she devoted her efforts to both the piano and violin, and now enjoys the privilege of teaching and performing on all three instruments.
Aubrey frequently performs and collaborates within a wide range of settings, including pit orchestras, choral concerts, and solo recitals. She has travelled nationally to accept awards and give presentations at music education conferences such as NAfME and MMEA, and has taught and performed with different ensembles throughout various cities within the United States.
She is currently stationed back in Canada as a teacher and collaborative pianist. As a choral and strings teacher, she most recently left her post as an orchestra teacher and choral director for the Waltham Public Schools in Waltham, MA to continue her career here in the public school system. She is extremely passionate about music theory, and is especially interested in the role that theory plays for her students on their paths to becoming better musicians.
Piano - Theory
University of Toronto - Bachelor of Music, Royal Conservatory of Music - ARCT Piano Diploma
Stephen has consistently been active in local competitions and music festivals ever since starting piano at age 6. After receiving his ARCT Diploma in 2014, he went on to study at the University of Toronto and is working on obtaining a Bachelor of Music in Piano Performance, under the tutelage of Enrico Elisi.
Stephen has a passion for collaborative piano, performing regularly with instrumentalists, singers and choirs in concerts and RCM exams since high school. He is also interested in discovering and performing lesser known classical repertoire.
Kevin started playing the piano when he was 4 years old and the saxophone when he was 10 where a deep passion for music making was sparked. A graduate of the University of Toronto’s Faculty of Music, Kevin has received classical training under the guidance of Dr. Wallace Halladay.
Kevin has performed as a member of the University of Toronto Wind Symphony, Wind Ensemble and various saxophone quartets and ensembles. He is an active Toronto-based musician who performs with a variety of bands and is a member of the Metropolitan Winds of Toronto.
Through his experiences of teaching one-on-one music lessons and group music classes, Kevin has developed an adaptable and versatile teaching style that is constantly evolving and tailored to his student’s needs.
Piano - Saxophone
Classical, Jazz, Pop
University of Toronto - Bachelor of Music Education | York University - Bachelor of Education
English - Mandarin