John started playing guitar at the age of 14, learning improvisation and rock music first, then gradually leaning towards classical guitar.
Jennifer holds an Arts degree in music and theatre from the University of Winnipeg, and is currently completing a Bachelor of Music degree in vocal performance at the University of Alberta.
Teaching MYC is a second career for Audrey, who returned to teaching music following a 25-year career in communications and advertising.
Kama has a Bachelor of Music degree from the University of British Columbia, and an ARCT diploma from the Royal Conservatory of Music.
Leonard Patterson is a drummer who has performed as a leader/composer in a variety of jazz ensembles, rock and pop bands, pit bands, and percussion ensembles.
Jenny is classically trained and has almost 20 years of experience teaching piano to children, youth, and adults of varying skill levels.
Julie has graduated from Grant Mac Ewan University with a degree in Jazz/Pop Studies. She has trained musicians and singers for over 20 years in pop and musical theater.
Pam devotes herself to inspiring students to love music and piano as a lifetime gift. Music has been an important part of her life since she can remember.
Tetyana is a violinist and music teacher that has been teaching the violin in the form of private lessons for 20 years in several countries: Ukraine, Finland, Czech Republic, USA and Canada.
Angie is the founder and director of Edmonton Academy of Music. She has been teaching voice for over 30 years.
Originally from Saskatoon, Max began playing guitar at age 12, and graduated in the spring of 2017 from Grant MacEwan University with a bachelor’s degree in music composition.
Dino has been teaching and performing throughout the world for the past 25 years and holds a Jazz performance diploma in saxophone and woodwinds as well as a Bachelor of Music.