Anna Levy holds her Doctor of Musical Arts from one of the world's prominent musical institutions: The Moscow Conservatory. In addition to her extensive background in music pedagogy, she is active as a soloist and recording artist. She has commissioned compositions and has been heard on CBC Radio broadcasts. Her teaching methods are based on the Eastern-European traditions of hard working and ambition. Over 30 years of teaching experience has enabled her to recognize the individual potential of all her students and to successfully achieve their goals.
Lulu (BFA, Music Major) joined our teaching staff in 2016 as one of our specialist instructors for younger children. Fluent in both Mandarin and English, Lulu is experienced in teaching children in the four to twelve age group, having created classroom activities corresponding to the different age groups while allowing all children to work together on the same topic. She is skilled at creating fun music-related games for young kids, and planned lesson outlines and goals for students based on their needs and abilities. In addition, Lulu has coordinated, and designed the music curriculum for the Sunday school programs and has trained and worked with other Sunday school teachers
Gregory Myers holds a PhD in historical musicology and the Master of Library and Information Studies from the University of British Columbia. He has also pursued advanced studies at the University of Virginia (MA), SUNY at Stony Brook and the Moscow Conservatory. Myers is active as a musicologist, bibliographer, author, and educator. He has been a member of the RCM examination board and served on the teaching faculty at Simon Fraser University (Continuing Studies), Kwantlen Polytechnic University and Douglas College.