I’m a graduate from the University of Toronto Faculty of Music with a Masters in Composition and Voice Pedagogy, and I currently work with musicians of all ages, from children to adults.
Whether it be teaching them, learning from them, or collaborating with them, I see first-hand the immense impact of community, creative exploration, and music as a tool for growth and an outlet for life.
Working with many youth from low socio-economic and neurodivergent backgrounds, music can be an extremely life-changing tool in so many forms.. If kids are not even given the chance to access the arts, we’re putting up more barriers for them.
MMP is wholly inclusive, and our goal is to remove as many barriers as we can while giving every youth an equal chance to create and grow.
Last movie/ TV show watched:Luca
Favourite destination:A nice spot to hike!
book:The Book Thief by Markus Zusak
Dish you make: Gnocchi bolognese
Desert island disc:Hmm.. I'll just take the ambient island noise!
Best advice given: "..as we let our own light shine, we unconsciously give other people permission to do the same," - It's a quote but Marianna Williamson gave me the green light to do what I love!