Tomoko
Expérience / Teaching: 15 années / yrs
Studio:  N.D.G. (Montréal) | Map
Intersection / Cross Street:  Cavendish/Chester/Cote-St Luc Rd
Metro / Metro:  
Autobus / Bus:  66, 103, 51, 104, 138
Langues parlées / Languages:  EN



Inscrivez-vous en-ligne ou appelez l'Académie au 514-376-8742 pour réserver votre place avec Tomoko.
Vous pouvez débuter vos leçons n'importe quand durant l'année. Nous vous intégrerons à notre session courante.

À propos de / About Tomoko

Instruments:

Piano | Piano: Débutant, Intermédiaire, Avancé (Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced)
Théorie et solfège | Theory and Ear Training: Débutant, Intermédiaire, Avancé (Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced)

Cherchez-vous un instrument? Les élèves de l'Académie peuvent louer ou acheter un instrument à des prix éducationnels. Appelez le 514-667-2042 ou écrivez-nous au magasin@academiedemontreal.com pour plus d'informations.
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Disponibilités | Schedule:

Lundi | Monday: 16h00 - 16h30
Jeudi | Thursday: 16h00 - 16h30

*Les disponibilités de nos professeurs sont mises à jour quotidiennement. Vous choisirez la plage horaire avec votre professeur après votre inscription.

*Schedules are updated daily by our teachers. You will arrange your preferred lesson time with your teacher after you have registered.

Biographie / Biography:

M.Mus in Piano Performance - McGill University

Certified Montreal Academy teacher since 2008.

having lived in many cities around the world, Tomoko came to Montreal in 2003 to start the Licentiate Diploma program at McGill University studying with Prof. Kyoko Hashimoto.

In 2004, Tomoko was given the Breneau Prize from McGill for her exceptional solo recital. She is a pianist who plays both solo and chamber pieces with equal passion and dedication, actively playing solo and chamber music concerts in the Montreal area.

Previously, Tomoko was also a member of the Chamber Music Society at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, under the direction of Marcus Thompson and David Deveau, and at University of Alaska-Fairbanks. In Alaska, she played in the keyboard section of the Fairbanks Symphony Orchestra conducted by Prof. Eduard Zilberkant.

She obtained the Masters degree in piano performance at McGill and is very active in exploring the repertoires, especially in chamber music. In addition, she performs with two other Japanese pianists , particularly in three Montreal venues to introduce classical music to the community Recent projects are a tour in Japan, performances with members from the Alexander String Quartet in Florence, Italy, and the recording of music by Mozart, Chopin, and Ravel at McGill University. Her concert appearances include venues in the United States, Canada, Austria, Czech Republic, and Italy. She also holds a PhD and worked as a researcher in physical oceanography.

Looking for an instrument? Academy students can rent or purchase an instrument at reduced educational rates. Call 514-667-2042 or email magasin@academiedemontreal.com for more information


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