Vocal - Piano - Theory
Pop, R&B, Ballads, Folk, Soul, Classics

Ryerson University - Creative Industries, Specialization in Music Production and Media

English, Cantonese

As a graduate of the School of Creative Industries at Ryerson University, Joanna has merged both commerce and music production techniques into every aspect of her musical teaching career. From the tender age of 5, Joanna started her musical journey on the piano, developing over 12 years of knowledge in both theory and piano from genres ranging from classical to pop. Furthermore, she is professionally trained at PRO Music with over 4 years of extensive training in vocals. This has led her to become chosen to perform alongside Jodi Benson (Little Mermaid voice actress) at Upper Canada Chorus. 


In 2018, Joanna moved to Korea where she performed at many venues and stages. Joanna also taught children how to expand their musical capabilities by honing in on a variety of different techniques that focus on the unique style of the individual singer. Joanna’s fun and creatively engaging techniques include breath control, posture, strengthening head voice and chest voice, correction of poor vocal habits, performance confidence, stage presence and more. 


Aside from teaching, Joanna enjoys lyrical composition and music production. She produced and wrote her EP ‘Daydreamers’ which premiered on July 2019. Moreover, Joanna has a knack for finding amazing artists, and pitching them to television, film, and agency work. Joanna works as a freelance music supervisor, pitching potential artists into music and film. This has landed her artists on TV shows like Kim’s Convenience. Not only does Joanna strive to help students develop their musical talents, she also hopes to shape them to follow their musical path."


Vocal - Piano - Violin - Theory
Classical, Musical Theatre, Contemporary, RCM

Boston Conservatory at Berklee - Master of Music, Voice and Instrumental Music Education

English, Mandarin

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.


Vocal - Guzheng / Zither
Pop, Jazz, Classics, Ballads, Chinese Opera

Fujian Normal University - Bachelor of Music Education - Vocal | Guzheng

English, Mandarin, Cantonese

Leah is a passionate and patient teacher with many years of teaching experience.  She began her teaching career during her post secondary years at Fujian Normal University where she would teach at various schools while working towards her bachelor’s degree of music education.  In 2012, her very first concert drew an audience of over a thousand in attendance. 


She specializes in helping her students see music in a broader spectrum by teaching classical fundamentals merged with eastern / western pop elements.  Her teaching methods not only focus on vocal techniques, range and control, but also focuses on discovering the unique potentials of her students.

Leah's philosophy is that “No one is born tone deaf, the right learning path is the key.”




R&B, Soul, Pop, Classical, Musical Theatre, Gospel, Ballads, Jazz

York University - Bachelor of Vocal Performance

English, Mandarin, Cantonese

Oscar is currently pursuing a Bachelor of Education at Western University, with a completed Bachelors
degree from York University specializing in Vocal Performance.  He is furthering his education to become
a professional music teacher and has worked for YRDSB and TDSB.  He has performed at
several venues across the GTA including York University, where he sang in a variety of ensembles such as
the York University Gospel Choir, Choral Choir, and R&B ensemble. 
He has worked with renowned Canadian musicians and professors such as Karen Burke, Sasha Williamson, and Mike Cado. 


Oscar has achieved great success with students and has multiple testimonials from students both from private lessons and public teachings through the Boards he has worked for.  With over 7 years of teaching experience and more than 10 years of performance experience, Oscar uses flexible pedagogy to teach his students a combination of vocal techniques such as proper breath control and vocal range as well as guiding students to find their own voice and style.



R&B, Pop

2015 Fairchild Radio Vancouver Songwriters Quest Singing Competition SQSC Champion | 2016 Fairchild Radio Vancouver Songwriters Quest SQ20 Champion

English, Mandarin, Cantonese

Jimmy is a multi-award winning singer-producer who composes original music as well as cover songs in his own arrangements.  He is also the talent behind the theme song of world-wide restaurant chain, Ding Tai Fung (鼎泰豐) in collaboration with accomplished Vancouver producer Max Chang.  


After winning multiple singing competitions hosted by Fairchild Radio and HIM International Music Inc (華研國際音樂), Jimmy has been frequently sought after to perform at various festivals and events in both Vancouver and Toronto.  In 2017, he performed on stage alongside famous Taiwan hip-hop stars, Dwagie (大支) and BR during their Toronto tour.


Aside from performing, Jimmy is also experienced in teaching singing with great feedback from his students.  He believes that every singer should have their own style, so he does not only teach vocal techniques, but also mentors his students to find the uniqueness in their voice.



Pop, Rock, Ballads, Classics

2010 Fairchild Television New Talent Singing Competition - Champion - Best Stage Performance Award | 2015 Fairchild Radio Song Quest VIII Chinese Song Writing Competition - Champion - Best Production Award | Taste of Asia - Best Vocalist Award

English, Cantonese, Mandarin

Jerry started out like all of the performers out there, hoping to sing better but at the same time frustrated about the limitations of his own voice.

As a start, Jerry spent a long time searching through different vocal coaches and different techniques but most of them lacks immediate results. That is because most traditional singing teachers will try teach you how to sing by giving you a discription of what you should be "feeling" when you are using certain techniques instead of giving clear instructions and teaching you the science behind it.


With exploring his voice for more than 10 years and performing professionally worldwide (Canada, China, Macau, Hong Kong) for seven years, Jerry has combind the traditional techique with science and his own formulated methods into a set of fun and simple exercise for teaching different vocal tones and style. With his experience on stage, Jerry can also help students to identify what the audience truly wants to see and hear, how to increase your charisma, and also the "realistic" techiques to use on stage when you are performing or if you are trying to win an award in a singing competition.


No matter you are a beginner or you are already a professional performer for many years, Jerry will be able to see and point out your bad voice habits, increase your range, refine your singing tone, find your style, get audience attention and also let you gain your control over your voice IMMEDIATELY.


Pop, Rock, Ballads, R&B

2010 Fairchild Television New Talent Singing Competition Champion

English, Mandarin, Cantonese

Kenneth's music career kicked off in 2007 after winning Toronto's New Talent Singing Awards (多倫多華人新秀歌唱大赛) Championship then competing for the internationals at TVB in Hong Kong.  Kenneth is experienced in training students to extend their vocal range, develop proper breathing techniques, and discover their true voices.  As the vocalist of Parliament Music Group (百樂門樂隊) with over 10 years of performance experience, Kenneth is able to teach singing in a range of styles including Rock, Pop, Power Ballads, Hip Pop and R&B.  Many of his students have achieved great success including the 2017 Voice of China (中國新歌聲) Toronto Champion, 2016 Super Voice Girls (超级女聲) Toronto Champion, University of Toronto CMC Singing Competition (K王争霸) Champion, and York University YCSA Singing Competition (唱響巅峰) Champion.  From basics to advanced techniques, Kenneth offers students a clear guideline to becoming the singer they want to be and doing so in a way that is protective of their voice.



Pop, Ballads, Jazz, R&B

2005 Fairchild Television New Talent Singing Competition – Champion - Best Vocal Award - Best Stage Performance Award | 2007 A1 Chinese Radio King of Karaoke Competition – Champion | 2008 Fairchild Radio Songwriters Quest Competition – Best Lyrics Award

English, Mandarin, Cantonese


Patrick has had great passion and love for singing ever since he was a child.  He has over 10 years of professional performance experience internationally (Canada, China, England, Hong Kong).  Between 2006 - 2008, Patrick was discovered and signed to famed Hong Kong star manager Lal Dayaram, whose star studded management portfolio includes: Teresa Teng, A-Mei, Faye Wong, Leo Koo, and many more.  He participated in several television shows in Hong Kong's TVB, China’s Phoenix TV (鳳凰衛視), and has since released two digital singles.

Patrick is frequently invited to judge high caliber singing competitions including the Shooting Star Singing Contest, York University YCSA Singing Competition, University of Toronto CMC Singing Competition, and more.

Patrick’s teaching lessons include:

- Essential Vocal Techniques: Breathing Control, Rhythm, Pitch Accuracy, Vibrato, Microphone Control, and   Pronouciation

- Improving Vocal ability, tone, strength, register, and range

- Correcting bad vocal habits

- Expanding the variety of songs that can be sang

- Finding voice type and personal style in your voice

- Developing Expression into songs, Confidence, and Stage Charisma


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Friday 11:00am - 7:30pm

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