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I was very fortunate to grow up in a musical household. The main attraction in my parent’s living room was our old upright piano. My mom used to sit there every day and play for us. Her passion for music was contagious.
I was about 16 when I realized I was finally ready to pursue my dream to become a professional musician. I got into the Classical violin performance program at the University of Montreal. Not long after, I got hired as the solo violin for Cavalia Odysseo, an international Cirque show.
My touring years gave me so much experience. I performed hundreds of shows yearly across America and played on live radio and television shows. I was fortunate enough to perform with widely diverse musicians, artistic directors, and music composers.
Traveling the world and performing with amazing artists opened my eyes to a whole world of musical possibilities. I discovered so many inspiring cultures. It made me grow as a musician and helped me learn a lot about life.
I created Music 4 Humans to share the knowledge and experience I acquired through the years with you all. I want to help people develop their musical voices and discover the world. To me, learning music is not only about playing. It’s about self-discovery and growing as human beings.
I want that you become the musician you want to be. I will do everything I can to inspire you and make your musical journey meaningful. You will learn how to master your instrument and how to have fun doing it. I'd love to grow your interests by expanding your knowledge of many different genres of music, world cultures, and history. I will learn with you along the way and adapt my teaching style to you. Let's make music together!
Bachelor in Classical Violin Performance - University of Montreal
Certificate in Composing for Film and TV - Berklee Colledge Of Music
Performing at Dum Channel Studios
Live Performance on ABC 4 Utah
Violin Recording and Performance for Cavalia IMAX
Part of Cirque Du Soleil Pool Of Artists
Founder at Music 4 Humans 2020 to Now
Violinist at Cavalia Odysseo - 2013 to 2018
Violin Teacher at Freelance - 2008 to Now
Amazing Sounds Performed
Teaching online for the first time is like entering a whole new universe.
Playing Music is like time-traveling across the world.
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You will need a computer or tablet with a webcam and microphone...Read More
You will need a computer or tablet with a webcam and microphone that is connected to a good Internet connection, with a download speed preferably above 25 Mbps, your instrument (of course), and/or any equipment recommended by your teacher prior to the lesson. A link and details on how to join will be included in your booking confirmation email.
Online Lessons are all attended on the Zoom video conferencing platform. After...Read More
Online Lessons are all attended on the Zoom video conferencing platform. After you book, you’ll receive an email confirmation with a link to your upcoming lesson that you’ll join using a web browser or the Zoom app. Lessons use both audio and video, so make sure that you can meet the system requirement before booking a lesson. Online lessons are interactive, so you’ll be able to communicate with your teacher, ask questions, and comment as much as you like.
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Lessons can be canceled or rescheduled directly on the platform using the...Read More
Lessons can be canceled or rescheduled directly on the platform using the cancel/reschedule function in the Booked Lesson section of your Dashboard at least 24 hours before the lesson time. If you need to cancel a lesson, do so by clicking on the “Cancel” button on your booked lesson and your teacher will be notified automatically.
You can always think ahead and get a few things ready before...Read More
You can always think ahead and get a few things ready before your lessons. Make sure to tune your instrument before the lesson. Bring à a notepad and anything you might need to write down notes. We strongly recommend testing your video conference settings at least 15 min before each lesson to avoid any unwanted technical issues during the lesson.
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