100% online and 100% safe!
Welcome to the roster page of our team of online music theory teachers specifically recruited for being online and available to serve Wawa. A quick look at just a few of these teacher profiles will make it clear that our team is of the highest calibre of education and professionalism. Music theory lessons in the north have often been difficult because clients had to accept whatever level of teacher was in town. When good service was available often the teacher might move away or relocate. Never before have music teachers of every instrument been a reality. Add to this that COVID19 has made in-school instruction (a bit of a Northern Ontario tradition) and in studio in person instruction a less than safe idea. Since video is now possible and practical NCM has chosen to focus on bringing the very best to as much of Northern Ontario as we can. If you are looking for Wawa music theory lessons or a music theory teacher make a safe choice and get the very best instructor possible with NCM. If you don't see what you need in terms of a teacher, an ability or an instrument let us know and we'll do the best to make an addition to the team. Also note that we are committed to including qualified Northerners in our roster. As of right now the team is about 25% northern or formerly northern. We hope you will join us in adapting to the new normal by celebrating the possible and the benefits that technology can bring to a more remote region.
Wawa Music Theory Lessons and Music Theory Teachers
B. Mus, M.Mus
Composition - Electric Bass - Electric Guitar - Guitar - Piano - Singer-Songwriter - Ukulele - Voice - Music Theory
My approach is to challenge students to be their best and be themselves.
DMA, M.Mus, B.Mus
Tuba - Baritone - Euphonium - French Horn - Trombone - Trumpet - Electric Bass - Piano - Double Bass - Music Theory
'I aim to give my students their own personal goals, and showing them how to achieve them.' - Keith
DMA, Premiere Prix, B.Mus
Trombone - Trumpet - French Horn - Euphonium - Tuba - Music Theory
Teaching an instrument is about making things that are difficult simple and then making things that are simple exciting for the student.