Mark is a young passionate guitarist and composer who enjoys sharing his love of music with people by way of teaching, performing, and composing. Mark has a Bachelor of Music degree from Humber College where he majored in guitar performance. During his time at Humber College Mark also focused much of his time and creative energy into music composition. He enjoys writing music just as much as performing live with his guitar. You can listen to Mark's first EP entitled People and Places on Mark's Band Camp page. Mark has completed his ARCT diploma in classical guitar performance from the Royal Conservatory of Music in Toronto. He has over nine years of teaching experience. Mark is currently performing with several groups and continues to lead, collaborate and work as a side-musician on various musical projects in a wide range of genres in the Toronto area. Mark teaches guitar lessons here at Neighbour Note.
Mark believes that musical grow and development should stem from both enthusiasm and an immersion in music and the music making process.
Mark believes that learning music should
be a multifaceted, organic process that includes components of
technique, theory, composition, ear training and improvisation. He also believes that musical grow and
development should stem from both enthusiasm and an immersion in
music and the music making process. This is what Mark strives to help each of his students cultivate within their own relationship with music.