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A music school is only as good as its teachers. What separates Neighbour Note from the competition is the education and experience of our teachers. Neighbour Note only hires elite teachers. Two of our teachers were nominated for Juno awards in 2020. Twelve of our teachers have completed a PhD or DMA in music. Two of our teachers currently have recording contracts with Sony Music. Forty-two of our teachers have completed a Masters degree. All of our teachers are passionate about teaching. We are so proud of our teaching faculty! They are truly committed to their craft and love to teach.
Another key reason that separates Neighbour Note music school from the competition is the diversity of music programs that are offered. Music programs such as the String Initiative offer string players (violin, viola, cello) a chance to play in a group setting. The String Initiative is designed for aspiring string instrumentalists who wish to learn the collaborative aspects of music making. While one-on-one lessons are one of the most important components in learning how to play an instrument, the process of collective music making is difficult, if not, impossible to recreate in a lesson format. For this reason, the String Initiative allows students to experience the process of playing chamber music and provides them with a more enriching musical experience for all involved. The String Initiative is run by award-winning graduates of the University of Toronto's graduate music programs, specifically members from the Interro Quartet which includes violinists Adam Despinic and Dr. Steve Koh, violist Maxime Despax, and cellist Sebastian Ostertag.