Your journey in learning is very important as it requires the right teacher to guide you to become a successful musician. We can ensure that all students will grow!
– Studio Director, Piano Teacher
Born in Vancouver BC, Adrienne began playing the piano at the age of five. She holds an ARCT diploma in Piano Performance from the Royal Conservatory of Music and a Bachelors of Music degree from the University of British Columbia with a major in piano and minor in voice.
Adrienne has conducted choirs for various local churches in Coquitlam and has a specialization in Secondary Music Education (playing drums, flute, guitar, etc.). Adrienne also holds a second Bachelor’s degree in Music Therapy from Capilano University and is an accredited music therapist with the Canadian Association of Music Therapy. Besides her enjoyment in teaching children and adults, she hopes to continue using music to inspire students to come.
– Piano & Theory Teacher
Born in Hong Kong, Winnie has been playing the piano for over twenty years. She enjoys playing different kinds of music such as classical, romantic, and pop songs. Winnie has had many musical experiences in playing the piano at church and teaching young musicians. Completing a Bachelors in Music Therapy from Capilano University in 2013, Winnie also has a completed ARCT in Teaching Elementary Piano Students with the Royal Conservatory of Music.
Winnie enjoys the process of a student’s learning, understanding and improving through her teaching and guidance whether it’s piano or dance. Winnie’s future plans are to continue teaching piano and dance, as well as establishing a music therapy career.
– Piano & Theory Teacher
Born and raised in the heart of Port Moody, B.C., Jessica has been playing piano since the age of 4. Besides playing the piano, Jessica also plays the clarinet, and music from classical to jazz and pop. Her musical experiences include playing piano for the church, participating in concert choir, piano ensembles, solo and collaborative recitals, conducting and directing the local cadets marching band and choir.
After completing level 10 RCM, Jessica continued her musical studies at Brandon University where she completed her Bachelors of Music (Honors), with a concentration in Piano. Her hobbies include traveling, composing, and listening to music. Jessica future goal is to complete a Masters in Arts Management but for now, “What I enjoy most about teaching piano is seeing the student succeed in their goals and also sharing the love of music with each student.”
– Piano Teacher
Fion Leung was born in Hong Kong and moved to Burnaby, BC when she was 1 years old. She started playing the piano at the age of 4, sings casually, and played the clarinet in high school. Fion plays mostly classical music, but she also loves pop music, movie themes, musical theater and Disney. She enjoys teaching and seeing her students find their own love for music with the skills they learn.
Besides teaching piano, she has shared her music with senior homes, collaborated with local singers, and participated in choirs in university.
Fion has received her Bachelors in Music from UBC, and her ARCT in Piano Performance from the Royal Conservatory of Music. During her spare time, Fion enjoys reading novels, photography, and hiking. Her future plans are to continue to establish a teaching career and pursue further studies in piano.
– Violin & Piano Teacher
Rhythm Tang was born in Vancouver, BC and has been playing the piano since the age of 4, and violin since the age of 6. Additionally, she also plays saxophone, French horn, and percussion in concert bands. Rhythm enjoys playing piano music from TV dramas and the top 40s. On the violin, she enjoys playing anything from classical to fiddle to modern jazz charts.
Rhythm’s vast musical experience includes conducting air cadet marching bands, leading string orchestras as the concert master, and accompanying choirs, weddings, and church programs.
Having recently graduated SFU with a Bachelor of Business Administration, Rhythm also has her ARCT and ABRSM Piano Diploma, and her Level 10 Violin RCM Certificate. She hopes to continue teaching young students since it has always been a huge reward for her to see the “eureka moment” and big smile across their faces when they achieve a new skill in music.
Besides piano and violin, Rhythm enjoys cross-country skiing, and baking creative cupcakes, cakes and macarons! Her future goals are to become a project manager in the data analytics field and to continue teaching privately so that students have the skills to begin playing in duets and small ensembles.
– Piano Teacher
Angela was born in Taiwan and has been playing the piano for over 18 years. Besides the piano, she also plays other instruments such as Flute, Cello, Alto Saxophone, Trombone, French Horn, Clarinet and Bass Guitar. She enjoys playing all kinds of music especially Classical, Jazz, and Pop. Angela has performed in local concerts, music competitions, and weddings. Having achieved her level 10 RCM Piano, along with a Piano Diploma (ABRSM), she is currently pursuing a Fine Arts Degree as a Music Major at Simon Fraser University.
Angela enjoys seeing students develop and improve through her teachings. She also finds it rewarding to see students gain confidence as they progress.
Her other hobbies other than the piano include playing badminton, listening to music, and just playing music (especially on the piano). Her future goals are to become a successful musician who can conduct, perform and teach.
– Piano & Voice Teacher
Sue Suh was born in Seoul, South Korea and has been playing the piano since she was 4 years old, and started singing in her teenage years. Besides piano, she is a professional trained Classical singer, and also plays the violin and viola. She enjoys mostly Classical music, but also loves to perform CCM, musical theater and pop songs as well. Sue has plenty of professional performance experience from operatic to orchestral performances, and church choirs and bands as a vocalist & pianist.
Sue has her Bachelors of Music, Masters of Music (Voice), and also has completed most levels of ABRSM (British Musical Exam Board) in various instruments. She enjoys teaching piano as it is a tuned percussion instrument that clearly shows one’s progress in both technical and musical aspects. Sue enjoys watching her students improve, lesson after lessons. For teaching voice, it is truly remarkable to see when one learns to express themselves in singing and become a whole new person with the most vibrant energy and attitude, along with a higher self-esteem.
Besides music, Sue enjoys cooking Korean cuisine, and her future plans is to become and active performer and also a renowned teacher/coach.
– Piano Teacher
Angie was born in Singapore and has been playing the piano since she was 5 years old. She also plays the flute, guitar, and various instruments. Angie has been active in music and in education, and has experience as a church worship leader, vacation bible school teacher, public school student teacher, and a choir and instrumental accompanist. Angie graduated with a Bachelors of Music degree, and has a certificate in the Carl Orff Program (Level 1), as well as RCM Level 10 Piano. She has taken the BC Choral Directorship course, and is currently working towards her Bachelors of Education Degree at UBC.
Angie finds joy in teaching students of all ages and in helping them achieve and understand what they learn. Her hobbies include running, hiking, reading, snowboarding, swimming, and spending time with family and friends. She hopes in the future, she can pursue a Masters Degree that can help her gain more knowledge in helping students in all areas and subjects.
– Voice & Ukulele Teacher
Sofia was born in Fortaleza, Brazil and moved to Canada when she was two years old. She started singing in church at the age of four and also plays piano, saxophone, ukulele and guitar. Her passion is in Jazz Music but she also really enjoys Classical, Funk, Soul, R & B, and Folk music. Currently, Sofia studies Jazz Voice at Capilano University and is also a member of the Vancouver Youth Choir. Her favorite part of teaching is watching students express themselves through music, and learn more about themselves through creating music. Sofia’s future goals are to complete her Bachelor’s Degress in Jazz Studies at Capilano and proceed to continuing her studies in PDP to teach secondary school music. Besides singing, Sofia’s hobbies are watching movies, baking, hiking, and swing dancing.
– Songwriting & Artistry Teacher
Joshua Job was born in Kerala, India and raised in Dubai where he started his journey for a love of music and completed Trinity College London Rock & Pop Level 6 Guitar with Distinction. He is a young accomplished musician who has performed in festivals, live TV, and opened for a few big concerts (up to 14,000 people) held in Dubai by Alicia Keys (2013) & Eric Clapton (2014). Besides playing the guitar (Joshua’s main instrument), he also incorporates playing the cajon, ukulele, piano and bass into his songs. Joshua enjoys playing and writing folk, blues, alternative, pop, soul and R&B music.
Currently, Joshua is pursuing an undergraduate degree in Computer Science at SFU. During his spare time, he enjoys running, writing & producing music, and programming. He hopes that thru his music experiences and knowledge, he can inspire young musicians to be creative and develop their inner artist.
– Guitar, Bass & Ukulele Teacher
Robert Campbell was born in British Columbia and has been playing the guitar for over 13 years. Besides the guitar, Robert also plays Bass Guitar and the Ukulele and enjoys playing American Folk and Jazz music. He has a wide interest in listening to music, from Baroque to the current top 40’s. Robert is currently working towards a degree in music from Capilano University and enjoys hiking, reading, and working on electronics (specific to the function of an electric guitar!). What Robert enjoys the most about teaching guitar is seeing the same passion that he has for the instrument, grow in his students. He hopes to further spread his passion in teaching and become a full time public school educator as well as a guitar Luthier and technician.
– Guitar, Bass & Ukulele Teacher
Francis Henson was born in Manila, Philippines and moved to Canada during his high school years. He has been playing the guitar for over 13 years and also plays the Bass (Upright & Electric), Piano, Voice, and Drums. Francis enjoys playing R&B, Soul, Funk, Hip-hop, Jazz and also likes to write songs. He completed his Jazz Studies Diploma in 2017 and is now continuing his Bachelor’s Degree in Music.
Francis is an active musician and is regularly hired as a local performer in hotel lounges, restaurants, and special functions. He is currently recording a 9 –track R&B/Pop album “Roots” featuring original music that will be out on iTunes and Spotify by July 2017. His hobbies besides playing the guitar are reading novels and songwriting on his spare time.
Francis enjoys seeing his students unlock new skills in learning their instrument and seeing their enjoyment in creating music themselves. His goals for the future is to complete his Bachelor’s Degree in Music (Jazz Studies) at Capilano University and to apply for graduate school at SFU (in Arts Education).
– Theory Teacher
William was born in Taiwan and moved to Canada at the age of 9. He has been playing the piano since he was 7 years old, and also plays the alto and tenor saxophone. William has experience in piano competitions, church accompaniment, and orchestral conducting.
Having completed his RCM Grade 10 Piano Certification, William went on to completing a Bachelor Degree in Composition and Theory, as well as a Master’s Degree in Composition. His music has been performed by leading ensembles in Canada and in Europe. William’s music projects have received public funding from the government through competitive selection!
William enjoys teaching theory because it equips students with the tools to create music and it’s exciting to see students enhance their expression with such knowledge. Besides music as a hobby, William enjoys film as entertainment and as an art form, “it allows me to see the world in new way and motivates me to create discoveries in my music”. He also enjoys hiking and being active in the outdoors.
His future goals are to become a self-sustaining artist and to engage with the community by organizing platforms for young artists to connect. “I hope to cultivate the next generation of art enthusiasts by sharing my knowledge in creative ways”.
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I like how my daughter can choose the non-RCM program and still progress ! The songs that she picks with her teacher keeps her interested in learning the piano.
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