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Pianist from Saskatoon.
Nancy Nowosad has adjudicated music festivals for over 25 years in MB, SK and ON, and has also been an examiner for the Royal Conservatory for over 20 years. She maintains a private teaching studio in Winnipeg where she teaches all levels of piano, saxophone and theory.
Ms. Potter currently maintains a busy career as a piano teacher and freelance musician in Toronto.
Toronto-based educator, conductor, and pianist. Artistic Director of Exultate Chamber Singers, Conductor of U of T Men's Chorus, U of T Scarborough Concert Choir, and MNjcc Community Choir. Adjunct Professor at University of Toronto Faculty of Music.
Dr. Riehl is an RCM examiner for brass, woodwinds and percussion instruments. She is a band specialist with decades of experience teaching individuals of all ages and levels and coaching ensembles large and small.
Susan was on the piano faculty of the Royal Conservatory of Music from 1991 to 1999, and has been a member of the Royal Conservatory College of Examiners since 1993. She is an active member of the Kitchener-Waterloo branch of the Ontario Registered Music Teachers Association and has served twice on ORMTA Provincial Council. Susan enjoys her private piano studio in Kitchener, and teaches students of all ages.
For more than three decades, Yvette has enjoyed adjudicating at many music festivals across Canada. She has taught all levels of music for forty years, is a member of the BC Registered Music Teachers’ Association and is a former faculty member of the Langley Community Music School, the Victoria Conservatory and the Douglas College Community Music School.
Holding a Doctorate of Music in Piano Performance, Dr. Stephen Runge is in demand across the country as teacher, adjudicator, and clinician. He is currently on faculty at Mount Allison University in Sackville, New Brunswick. He has been heard in concert from Victoria to Halifax as soloist and collaborative artist.
Active freelance soloist, accompanist, chamber musician, vocal coach and private teacher. Performs extensively; has appeared as soloist with the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra. Frequent broadcasts on CBC radio. Has toured in Canada, the US, Japan, Thailand and Germany. Named an Ambassador of the Canadian Music Centre for frequent performances of Canadian music. Has released 3 cds on the Arktos label. Voted Best Classical Artist (2000) by Alberta Recording Industry Association.
Maura Sharkey-Pryma has enjoyed teaching voice and performance artistry over 20 years, and instructs from her studio at MacEwan University's Conservatory of Music in Edmonton. She trains students in classical, musical theatre, contemporary commercial music, and various vocal techniques and methodologies. Along with teaching and performing as a freelance soloist, she is sought after as a vocal adjudicator and clinician.