Karl Andersen teaches piano, violin, cello, flute and theory. He has a bachelor of music and a master of music degree from the University of Victoria. As well, he holds an A.R.C.T. in piano performance. Since 1998, Karl has been a member with the B.C.R.M.T in Prince George.
Dustin has taught piano for 14 years and welcomes students of all ages and levels from beginner to advanced to his new studio at the PG Conservatory of Music. He enjoys teaching a wide variety of styles that include: classical, jazz, film / anime music, video game music and popular music arranged for piano. Dustin’s academic credentials include a Master of Arts degree in Musicology and Piano Performance from the University of Victoria as well as ARCT diplomas in both Piano Performance and Piano Pedagogy from the Royal Conservatory of Toronto.
Sage has completed her Grade 10 RCM in piano and is currently working towards completing her ARCT in piano performance with Lori Elder. She also won the Prince George Integris Youth Concerto Competition. In 2015, for the Canada Winter Games, she wrote and produced “The Finish Line” which was chosen as the theme song for the Athlete’s Celebration ceremonies. Sage began teaching piano in 2016 and truly enjoys sharing her passion with others.
Lori has a Masters Degree in Piano Performance, a Bachelor of Music Degree and an ARCT. She specializes in senior piano and pedagogy, as well as consultation lessons, workshops and adjudicating. Lori is a member of BC Registered Music Teachers.
Shoshanna has a B.Mus and early childhood development training. She specializes in young students and offers the Music for Young Children program at the Prince George Conservatory of Music.
Rebecca has been teaching piano and theory for over 15 years and is currently working toward her ARCT. She is located in College Heights and specializes in beginner through Level 6 RCM as well as chording and accompanying.
Elizabeth teaches piano to ages five and up, including special needs students. She offers accompaniment for voice, string, and choral students. Elizabeth offers in-home lessons as well as studio lessons. She has completed her level 10 RCM and is currently working towards her ARCT Piano Performance Diploma.
Suman has been teaching piano and theory for over 20 years. She specializes in preparing students up to their grade 8 exams, but also prepares for concerts, recitals, or competitions. She teaches from her new business place, Mount Supreme Institute, Nicholson S and 18th Ave, Lyons street. She is willing to go to her student’s home or pick them up for an extra fee. She prefers to teach students with any kind of physical or learning barriers and is available for homeschooling and blended learning students during school hours before 3pm.
Maria J. Mikic
Maria J. Mikic BA/AVCM/BCRMT has taught piano, voice and theory in Prince George since 1994 under the business name "Absolute Studios". Maria believes that a love of music is a gift to be shared!
Katherine Peter completed her Grade 10 Piano at the RCM and is currently working on her Piano ARCT. She is a graduate of the Schulich School of Music at McGill University for her Bachelor of Music, and holds a Master of Performance Violin from the University of Toronto. Katherine plays Principal Second Violin with the PG Symphony Orchestra and teaches piano and violin at the PG Conservatory of Music.
Erica Skowron holds an Honours Bachelor in Music Performance from Wilfrid Laurier University. After her degree she completed the orchestral training program at the Royal Conservatory of Toronto, a summer program in Kodaly music, MYC training and many masterclasses and summer programs such as the Banff Centre summer programs, the Sarasota Festival, Richard Miller masterclasses at Oberlin and the Vancouver Baroque Festival. She plays principal oboe with the Prince George Symphony and plays oboe and sings with Alban Classical www.albanclasical.org. She has been teaching and preforming for 30 years. Erica teaches, piano, voice, oboe, music theory, ear training and Music for Young Children both online and in person. Erica teaches students of all ages. Her youngest student is 4 and the oldest in her 80s proving that you are never too old to learn.