I am currently a fourth-year music performance Student at York University where I have performed with the University’s wind ensemble, symphony orchestra, and various jazz ensembles. While receiving my grade VIII in RCM theory, I have taken university theory classes making me well suited to help you understand the music you are studying.
Music has been a lifelong journey for me. I started playing the violin at age 4 and wasn’t able to find my voice. I quit the next year. Ten years later I heard the Saxophone for the first time during a school assembly, rushed home, and begged my parents to let me learn. I was hooked! I now play Alto, Soprano, and Tenor Saxophones. It’s safe to say I have found my voice.
It Is my philosophy that a teacher’s goal is to coach and prepare their students to be successful in their musical journey. This starts with small achievements that will turn into bigger ones. This can be anything from learning a song you’ve always loved to a big performance. Taking lessons is the first step to studying music and finding your voice. I look forward to getting to know you and your goals during our first lesson.