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I am associate professor of trumpet at Western University, where I teach trumpet. I frequently perform solo and concerto engagements, chamber music, and with top orchestras across southwestern Ontario.
Teaching is a passion for me, and I enjoy working with students of all ages and backgrounds as part of the adjudication process at music festivals. I have experience adjudicating all wind and brass instruments plus concert bands, wind ensembles and jazz ensembles.
Frank is an award-winning & critically-acclaimed multi-genre composer, recording artist & concert pianist. A graduate of the Faculty of Music, University of Toronto & the Royal Conservatory of Music (RCM), Frank is very active within the field of music education with over twenty years of teaching experience. Along with maintaining a private teaching studio, Frank regularly conducts workshops & master classes, adjudicates festivals, is the author of a book & several articles on music education.
Associate Professor of Brass Studies at the University of Prince Edward Island (retired). Other duties included teaching instrumental conducting and music history.
Website designer and website management for CMFAA.
I am always excited to work with young students. After many years of adjudicating and teaching it is a privilege to pass on my experiences to up and coming musicians.
Adjudicator, Conductor, Educator, Clinician, Clarinettist, Saxophonist
After 30+ successful years as a Music educator, John's passion for music is at the forefront of his work with developing and mature musicians. Always positive, always constructive, always encouraging, John is a sought after clinician and festival adjudicator for solo instrumental, bands, orchestras and chamber musicians.
Violinist; Conductor; RCM Certified Teacher; Founder of Lavender Chamber Ensemble.
Kwan is an experienced violinist who has performed a lot of works including concertos with orchestras. His deep understanding of string instruments and integrity in teaching has been tremendous access in adjudicating. His feedbacks from music festivals are strongly recommended. His encouragement and professional insights have been helping a lot of students through their performances in music festivals.
Peggy L'Hoir is an innovative and energetic pedagogue who has been educating,
empowering and enthusing music students for over four decades. Her students range in age from four to seventy-four, studying piano performance, accompanying, theory, improvisation,
collaborative performance and composition. Peggy's unique adjudicating style has brought positive energy,
connection and humour to festivals for over two decades.
A multi-disciplinary artist, Dr. Laberge has been a performer, voice teacher, music director and stage director in Canada and the United States. A classically trained Soprano and specialist in Musical Theatre history and pedagogy, Dr. Laberge is a regular music festival adjudicator, and lecturer on vocal health for singers and actors. She is currently on faculty at Ambrose University, and maintains a thriving private voice studio.