Teachers

 

Amanda Wild

Amanda Wild
Director & Instructor

Amanda started her music career at the New England Conservatory of Music in Boston (NEC) where she studied brass performance and music theory. Her former teachers include members of the Boston Symphony and Cleveland Orchestras. As a teenager, she played in several youth orchestras and spent summers at Tanglewood in the Berkshires of Massachusetts.

Amanda as The Groovy Chicken

The Groovy Chicken

As a child, Amanda loved to sing and credits her mother as her first music teacher. Her first musical instruments were a black plastic recorder—which she still has—and a small electric organ that she used to write songs, including “Oh, Marianne” and “Let’s Give Thanks Our Friends”. She also wrote a song about a dog, among others.

Amanda is certified in Quebec as a music teacher and has taught in both public and private schools in Montreal. She holds degrees from NEC and McGill University in Music Education and has taught private lessons for many years in both Boston and in Montreal at the McGill Conservatory.

Amanda is also the proud mother of two little chickadees!


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Juliana Urban
Instructor & Administrative Assistant

Originally from Northern California, soprano Juliana Urban is currently completed her Graduate Diploma in Professional Performance at the Schulich School of Music (McGill University). She has performed a wide variety of music, ranging from Medieval to Contemporary genres.

Juliana just completed her Music Together teacher training in Toronto this year. She loves singing and playing with little ones and their families. We’re lucky to have her!


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