Sara is an expert instructor in contemporary, or non-classical genres of voice. She completed 4 years as a vocal major in the Jazz Studies Bachelor of Music program at Capilano University, and went on to to carve out an impressive performance career as both a session and live singer. You have heard Sara on jingles for De Dutch Panekoek House and Big Sky Resort among others. She has sung with greats including Paul Rodgers (Bad Company, Queen) and Marianas Trench. Sara teaches from both a technical and performance standpoint, and is incredibly passionate about helping others develop strong, healthy voices, as well as great performance presence. Voice lessons with Sara are appropriate for those aged 15+.

Natasha D’Agostino is a Vancouver based vocalist, with an undergraduate degree in Jazz Voice from Capilano University. Throughout her time at Capilano University, she has participated in various ensembles, working with musicians such as Randy Brecker, David Braid, and Donny McCaslin. She has been involved in numerous collaborations with both students and faculty, allowing her to explore and develop her own music and arrangements. creative composer and improviser, Natasha draws influence from a wide canon of musicians, notably the music of Norma Winstone, Fred Hersch, and Wayne Shorter. Natasha’s original music combines her love and appreciation for the jazz tradition and the art of free improvised music. She is currently working on her first album set to be released in early 2018.

Music is a great means for building confidence, sharing ideas, creating, exploring, dreaming, and discovering. The process of working on the craft, through technique and development of sound is what excites Natasha most about teaching voice. Through study and practice, you can work together on developing the sound that is yours. Natasha teaches voice, piano, and theory.

Chloe is a fresh, inspired piano teacher. She took piano for several years with a number of teachers in the Vancouver Lower Mainland, including studying with Jillian Lebeck. Chloe loves kids, and enjoys teaching them the basics of piano, and instilling in them a love for music.

Mya has a deep desire to share her love of guitar with young new players. Pop and rock guitar basics can be fun to learn, and Mya keeps her lessons fun and upbeat, perfect for young players! Want to learn songs off the radio, or old classics? Mya can help you navigate those waters.

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Are You An Outstanding Music Teacher?

At THE STUDIO, we’re always looking for great teachers to join our family. Great teachers are the core of THE STUDIO’s excellence. If you are interested in working with us, please send your resume and cover letter to thestudioschoolofthearts@gmail.com

Tell us who you are, what your teaching philosophy is, and why you’d be a great addition to THE STUDIO family.

~ Excellence Begets Excellence ~