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Dr. Bianca Baciu has led an active career as performer, pedagogue, clinician and adjudicator.
She teaches piano, piano literature and performance wellness at Grant MacEwan University. She is a RCM Examiner and a certified mindfulness instructor and performing arts medicine practitioner. Her students have received numerous performance awards locally, nationally and internationally. One of her passions is cultivating a growth mindset in students.
Degrees/Diplomas from RCM, Western University, and the University of Calgary. Teaching experience spanning middle school to university levels, years of adjudicating festivals from coast to coast, as well as involvement with community music groups. An enthusiastic advocate for sharing music making experiences through the enjoyment of participating in music festivals...
Amy Boyes maintains a busy teaching schedule in Ottawa, ON, and has adjudicated music festivals throughout Eastern Canada, from Prince Edward Island to Manitoba.
Jean Brown has been teaching for 40 years in the Lower Mainland and has prepared many students for their ARCT diplomas.
beginners and sharing in their musical journey.
The music education she provides not only helps students in examinations and competitions, but also increases self-esteem, poise, and memory. Above all she believes that by cultivating an awareness of the arts, one gains an awareness of what makes us human.
Catherine is an active performer, teacher and adjudicator who strongly believes in the value of music in children’s lives and sees teaching music as giving young students ‘a gift for life’.
She is a member of the Canadian Music Festival Adjudicators’ Association and a member of the Royal Conservatory of Music, College of Examiners and has assessed students across Canada. Her studio has a focus on intermediate and advanced piano, and is located in Surrey, BC.
Pianist, (Solo and Collaborative) Piano teacher, Vocal Coach, Conductor, Festival Adjudicator, and Artistic Director of the Postmodern Camerata, Dr. Greg Caisley has worked throughout Western Canada playing, accompanying and recording with musicians and students for 30 years.
CREATE THE FUN, RESULTS WILL COME!
Paul Coates holds ARCT diplomas in both piano and voice as well as a Bachelor of Music and Master of Music from the University of Western Ontario. He also studied at the Chautauqua Institute and the Banff School of Fine Arts. He was privileged to perform for Elisabeth Schwarzkopf in London England and has attended master classes with Gwendolyn Koldofsky, Elly Ameling and Rudolph Jansen.
Liz Craig (B.Mus, ARCT, RMT) is an award winning, Toronto-based pianist who performs for over 100 weddings and events each year. While classically trained, Liz performs a wide variety of styles of music including her own arrangements of jazz and popular songs. She has been teaching piano since 2006 as well as adjudicating and examining. She is an active member of ORMTA where she serves as President of the Central Toronto Branch. Liz also enjoys presenting at conferences throughout North America.
Alan holds a Master of Music in Piano Performance (UBC). For over 35 years he has been teaching a full class of students at all levels. Many of Alan’s former students are active members of the music profession. Alan is on the faculty of the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra School of Music, where he recently completed a term as Chair of the Piano Department. . He is a director and pianist with Vancouver's West Coast Chamber Music. and is active as an adjudicator and as an examiner for the RCM
Dr. David Dick is Principal Trombone of the Regina Symphony Orchestra and Assistant Professor in the Department of Music at the University of Regina, where he directs the jazz ensemble, teaches music theory and brass classes, as well as applied trombone lessons for the university and the conservatory.