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  • Kasia Young

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  • Negin Rezaei

    Negin is a young playful soul filled with knowledge and passion when it comes to music. Being a bachelor’s graduate with Honours in piano, she carries all the right skills required to be a successful music educator. A class with her is not only filled with knowledge but it’s also filled with fun!
  • Pavel Gurvich

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  • Solon Gee

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  • Joseph Landau

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  • Alexandra Frank

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  • Rana Mireskandari

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  • Sanaz Moradian

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  • Jaclyn Siou

    Jaclyn (BMus Honours Music Education 2017, Western University) began playing piano at three years old and began to study classical voice when she was eleven. Growing up in a household that listened to classical-pop artists like Josh Groban and Charlotte Church and watched several musicals such as Wicked! and West Side Story, Jaclyn was surrounded by music and it developed into her passion. Though she specializes in classical voice, Jaclyn has a wide appreciation for and experience in singing different genres. Jaclyn sang in the Unionville High School Jazz Ensemble from 2009-2013, as well as in Les Choristes, the Western University contemporary women’s choir, from 2013-2017. Jaclyn has received numerous First Class Honours with Distinction in Voice and Piano Royal Conservatory exams and received the Gold Medal for Grade 6 Voice in 2011. Previous roles include Charlotte from 13! and Olive (understudy) and Olive’s Mom in 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee. side from singing, Jaclyn is passionate about arts education, writing, and spending time with her cat, Finley
  • Aisa Sayama

    As a recent graduate of the University of Toronto Bachelor of Music in Piano Performance, Aisa’s most recent accomplishments include a performance with the University of Toronto Symphony Orchestra as a winner of the 2017 U of T Concerto Competition. In the past, she was invited to pianist Lang Lang’s masterclass as one of the top 20 pianists in British Columbia and was selected as a soloist for the Fraser Valley Symphony Orchestra in 2010. As an active chamber musician, her piano trio was awarded third place at the National Music Festival held in Montreal, Quebec in August of 2010. She finished her ARCT Performer’s Exam with First Class Honour with Distinction.

    Alongside her classical studies, Aisa enjoys performing jazz standards and pop arrangements as a gigging musician, most recently for a government event with Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne in attendance. She regularly plays at the University of Toronto’s President House for private parties, as well as for international conventions and corporate events held around the city.



  • Robert Chapman

    Robert Chapman is an up-and-coming guitarist from Toronto. After graduating from Humber College with a Bachelor of Music he has had the opportunity to play at many venues and festivals including The Rex, The Jazz Bistro, Montreal Jazz Festival, Brampton Jazz Festival, and more. Robert performs with a wide variety of musicians but most notably with the Juno nominated Brad Cheeseman Group. Robert has also been featured on Jazz FM 91.1’s ‘Jazzology’ program. Although jazz music is Robert's focus he also has a strong background in many types of music including Classical, Blues, Rock, and more.
  • James Duff

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  • Sarah Boo

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  • Josh Wynnyk

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  • Joel Harbans

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  • William Hunter

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  • Maylin Ortega

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  • Afshin Effati

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  • Victoria Borg

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  • Klaus Anselm

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  • Natasha Fransblow

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  • Kyle Kirkpatrick

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  • Alex Hobcraft

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