Hybrid Studio: In person or online, in a group or individually. Students who normally attend lessons in person can pivot to online if they are not feeling well and online students can take advantage of some in person events.

In person students: There are a limited number of places for in person students in the Edmonton area.

Online students: from all over the world: Australia, Japan, Ecuador, Peru, United States, Canada, and more.  

Wide spectrum of age and level: From preschoolers to retirees, from pre-professional University students to beginners. Working with this range of students and levels makes me very aware of the importance of a solid foundation at the beginning, so I always have room for a limited number of beginners every year. 

Over 40 years of experience as an international teaching artist. Former students have won competitions, been accepted to universities and training orchestras, become recording artists, received gold medals from the Royal Conservatory of Music, trained as Suzuki teachers, and are successful in a myriad of non-musical activities as well. 

Interested in lessons? Book a consultation call and we can chat about how the hybrid studio experience can fit your needs.

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Online resources: Students who study with me have access to an extensive library of online resources to support their practice and learning between lessons. Younger students receive support from their resident adults to access the materials and use the technology, so that they can focus on the art of music. Supportive adults can learn along with the children as a family group. New students will receive an invitation to create a log in and password after registering.

University Study: Students wanting to take lessons for University credit may do so through the Augustana campus of University of Alberta,  which is located in Camrose, Alberta. When time and space permit, I may take a few school age private students through the Augustana Conservatory, a community music school affiliated with the University. I expect students who enrol through the Augustana Conservatory to follow the same approach as students enrolled through my program in Edmonton, with some modifications due to the difference in location.