Violin - Viola - Cello



Cello - Piano - Guitar - Ukulele - Vocal  ONLINE & IN PERSON 

Classical, Pop, Musical Theatre, Contemporary

University of Toronto - Bachelor of Music

2015 Top Triple Threat Award, Showchoir Canada

2018 Recipient of the Bob and Lorna Richardson Music Scholarship

English, Cantonese, Mandarin

Gretchen Lee is an active, enthusiastic musician, performer, and teacher who is currently studying cello performance at the University of Toronto under the direction of Shauna Rolston.


At a young age she started learning piano, cello, and training in ballet, and had achieved many successes in both her music and dance career since then. She has received awards such as the Top Female Triple Threat Award from Show Choir Canada (2015), Performer of the year award and the Bob and Lorna Richardson Music Scholarship from Unionville Highschool (2018)l, the Ontario Volunteer Service award from the government of Ontario, the drama coalition award from the University of Toronto and many more.


Gretchen is also an active member of her school community as she was a member of the University of Toronto Acappella group - Tunes.Beats.Awesome as a mezzo-soprano vocalist, and the cast of the school’s musical theatre production - Sweeney Todd The Demon Barber of Fleet Street. She is now a cellist at the University of Toronto Symphony Orchestra and CAST Philomusica Orchestra, a licensed Toronto Transit Commision performer, a song-writer, singer, and keyboardist on the Markham Chinese Baptist Church worship team, a music teacher, and a cheerleader at the Varsity Blue football season Pom team. 


She is currently exploring different musical genres, and it is her dream to share her passion and love for the performing arts to her students and the community.

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Violin (RCM) - Contemporary  ONLINE & IN PERSON 
Classical (RCM), Musical Theatre, Contemporary

University of Toronto - Bachelor of Science, Music Major

English, Mandarin

Robbie is a brilliant violinist, great performer but also a good teacher. He started his violin studies in China at a young age and continuing its journey with Zhang Yun Zhang - former Concertmaster of the Central Ballet Symphony Orchestra in Beijing and Professor of Violin at the Royal Conservatory of Music in Toronto.

As a young violinist, Robbie had years of teaching/stage performing experience while eager to seek and help his students to build up their core skills in music and explore ways to showcase them self through violin.




Viola - Violin - Piano  ONLINE & IN PERSON 
Classical (RCM)

University of Western Ontario - Bachelor of Music Education

English, Cantonese, Mandarin, Japanese

Sherry was born in Hong Kong and moved to Canada in 2015. Her first instrument was the

piano, which sparked her interest in music, and she had taken multiple ABRSM exams and

received her ABRSM grade 7 piano proficiency before switching to her major instrument––the viola.


After picking up the viola at the age of 17, she went on to study at Western University and graduate with a Bachelor of Music Education (Honours).

Sherry is an enthusiastic and passionate musician––During her time in Hong Kong, Sherry participated in the Hong Kong Children’s Choir, joined the Metropolitan Youth Orchestra of Hong Kong in 2015, and was chosen to be the section leader.


She had performed with the London Youth Symphony Orchestra, Operas, and a student-produced musical “The Spring Awakening”. She had also participated in the Hong Kong Secondary School Orchestra Competition. Sherry earned first place in the 20th-century solo Viola Work section in the Kiwanis Music Festival in 2017. She also obtained her Associate Board of The Royal School of Music (ABRSM) grade eight certification for viola in 2015.

Sherry recently graduated with an Artist Diploma in Performance program through studying with Sharon Wei and Caitlin Boyle at Western University, and she has played for artists such as Elise Lavallée, Daniel Scholz, Rennie Regehr, David Harding, Paul Silverthorne,  Jutta Puchhammer-Sédillot, and more!