The first lesson is always a trial lesson.
If for any reason you are not happy we will fully refund any pending charges or help you find a new teacher. Your choice!
My expectation for every students is that the more music they learn, the more they will develop appreciation for music. Further, the more they learn music, the more they shall strengthen their cognitive skills thereby increasing their academic grades.
As music teacher, I had prepared students for the Royal Conservatory of Music examinations, and many of my students achieved honours and first-class honours standing.
Bachelor of Music in organ performance from The University of British Columbia, 1995.
Associate of the Royal Canadian College of Organists in organ studies, 1991.
Associate of the Royal Conservatory of Music of Toronto in piano teaching, 1988.
Thomas has been teaching piano, organ and theory since the 1980s in Canada. While teaching students as a bona fide teacher in Vancouver, he was studying for the Royal Conservatory of Music examinations until he earned his ARCT diploma in piano teaching in 1988. He also held numerous organist posts in Vancouver from 1979 to 1999. Since moving to Toronto in 1999, Thomas became organist and choir director at Asbury & West United Church in Toronto. Currently, he is organist and choir director at Woodbridge United Church in Vaughan since 2011, and has also taught students in the Toronto area.
I only travel to student's home to teach music, the practice I have been doing in Toronto. I usually teach students from the age of 7 years and up, including youths and adults.