Pianist Michele Comrie is an experienced music teacher originally from the Kitchener-Waterloo area. An accomplished musician as well, she completed her Bachelor of Music degree from the University of Toronto in 2013. Prior to her university degree, Michele competed in many music festivals across Ontario, receiving multiple scholarships and first place awards for her performances.
In addition to piano, Michele is a self-taught guitarist and trained alto saxophonist, with prior experience in bands and ensembles. Along with her teaching career, Michele is the Music Director at Mount Carmel Zion United Church and enjoys developing and coaching the choir there.
Accustomed to teaching a wide-range of students in age and ability, Michele enjoys finding new ways to teach each student that fits their unique style. She has coached students towards First Class Honours in RCM exams, festival competitions, learning new styles of Rock and Pop, and even beginner jazz improvisation. Michele teaches piano lessons here at Neighbour Note.
I enjoy discovering new ways to teach students especially when it fits their unique style of learning.
I am accustomed to teaching a wide-range of students in age and ability. I enjoy discovering new ways to teach students especially when it fits their unique style of learning. My piano lessons are eclectic and encompass multiple musical genres including Rock, Pop, Jazz, and Classical. I believe that everyone is unique and learns in different ways. For this reason, I cater my piano lessons to the individual needs and interests of each student.