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Lessons

I teach privately from my home studio. Comfortable teaching over Zoom, Skype, or whatever you use. Topics I teach include: classical and jazz piano, songwriting & composition, theory (jazz & classical), improvisation, and arranging. 

My rate is $20/half-hour, $30/full-hour

Gigs, shows, bands...

Need music? I can put together a band for any of your live-music needs! Weddings, receptions, funerals, church services, parties, and whatever else you can think of.

Please let me know what style of music you're looking for, what kind of band (if at all), any song requests, and your budget. I am most comfortable in a jazz or pop setting, but depending on what you need, I'm sure something can be figured out. I have most experience playing for weddings, church services, and lounges, and in both solo & band settings.

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Commissions & Collaborations

Are you a musician or ensemble looking for contemporary music? There is nothing I enjoy more than writing new music for you! (Students and independent groups get a deal) If you're looking to collaborate on a piece, I'm happy to do that too! Depending on the project, I'd love to work with you on your project as a partner. 

My rate depends on the project, and is flexible based on your budget and circumstance. 

Arrangements & Engraving

I can write and put together arrangements by request. Either arrangements of tunes/pieces of mine you'd like adapted, or tunes/pieces of your own! I have done piano and ensemble accompaniment arrangements for many types of groups, so it will be no issue finding something that works for you.

Or, if you're working with pen and paper and just looking for something more refined, I can "type it up" for you in a music notation/engraving software. I use Dorico 3.1 for notation/engraving. 

My rate is $20/lead sheet. Bigger projects & specific arrangements can be discussed and negotiated. If transcription is needed, a small additional charge will be factored in. 

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I would like to acknowledge that Montreal, named as Tiohtià:ke (place where the rivers divide) by the Kanien’kehá:ka, has long served as a gathering place for many First Nations including the Haudenosaunee Confederacy, Abenaki, Algonquin-Anishinaabe, Atikamekw, and Huron-Wendat. And that Vancouver is the traditional territory of the Coast Salish Peoples, specifically the shared traditional territories of the Sḵwx̱wú7mesh Úxwumixw (Squamish), Tsleil-Waututh, and xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam) and Kwikwetlem First Nations. I would like to also acknowledge that jazz is a Black-American music. 

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