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Mr.
Alde
Calongcagong

Bachelor of Music (Piano Performance) - University of Windsor
Master of Music (Piano Performance) - Western University

Alde Calongcagong obtained his Bachelors of Music in piano performance from the University of Windsor and his Masters of Music at Western University. His principal teachers include Dr. E. Gregory Butler and Ronald Turini.

Alde maintains a successful music studio in the Windsor area and is a member of the Ontario Registered Music Teachers’ Association (Provincial Council) where he serves as the Western Zone Representative and Competitions Convenor.

Many of his students have entered university music programs and have won top prizes and scholarships at local, provincial and national music competitions. Alde has been active as an adjudicator, music instructor at the Walkerville Centre for the Creative Arts, sessional instructor at the University of Windsor, choral accompanist for both choirs at the university and an examiner for the Royal Conservatory of Music.

Highlights include piano soloist with the Windsor Symphony Orchestra performing Beethoven's Choral Fantasy and recitals at the Glenn Gould Studio and Koerner Hall.

English
2740 Radisson Avenue
Windsor
N9E1Y3
Ontario
Canada
5199800223
Piano

2019 Brant Music Festival (Brantford, Ontario)
2019 St. Catherines Kiwanis Music and Arts Festival (St. Catherines, Ontario)
2017 Yip's Music Festival (Markham, Ontario)
​2017 Lambton County Music Festival (Sarnia, Ontario)
2016 South Simcoe Arts Council Music Festival (Alliston, Ontario)
​2016 Toronto Kiwanis Music Festival (Toronto, Ontario)
2015 Brantford Kiwanis Music Festival (Brantford, Ontario)
2014 Sarnia ORMTA Competition (Sarnia, Ontario)
2014 Milton Music Festival (Milton, Ontario)
2013 Peel Music Festival (Mississauga, Ontario)
2012 Burlington Rotary Music Festival (Burlington, Ontario)
2012 Norfolk Musical Arts Festival (Simcoe, Ontario)
2011 Sherwood Park Music Festival (Sherwood Park, Alberta)