Through our love and the sense for aesthetics we all poses, using our energy and brain, we create music that’s unique and yet understandable and compelling, that reaches human’s heart and speaks about our feelings.
Focusing on: right embouchure, fingerings, breathing, sound, evening the registers and techniques;
Working on: melody and phrases, rhythm, articulation;
Understanding the mood of a given tune/theme and choosing the “right” approach of expressing the author’s idea
Lessons in person:
Concordia University 1455 De Maisonneuve Blvd. W., Montreal, QC H3G 1M8
Montreal is the largest city in Canada, and one of the country's most cosmopolitan. Spoken by 57% of the population, French is the official language, with English following closely. Montreal is one of the country's most bilingual cities with 65% of the population able to speak both French and English, and 20% speaking also other languages. Such diverse composition makes Montreal a great place to learn languages.
Montreal is considered Canada's cultural capital, with a sizeable part of the country's film, music, radio and multimedia production taking place in the city. Montreal boasts also one of the highest concentrations of student populations in North-America. Besides English and French, the most widely spoken languages in the city are Spanish, Arab, Italian, Mandarin, Creole and Greek, among others.