Elsie Fehr – Piano

Specializes In:

Theory and Piano

Biography

Elsie began piano lessons at the age of 6. In her early years she studied piano, violin and theory with Madeline Gauvin. She received a Bachelor of Music (B. Mus) from the University of Manitoba in 1979. In 1987 Elsie received her Masters of Music (M. Mus) with a major in piano pedagogy from East Texas State University. Elsie has over 40 years of teaching experience with many students achieving top marks in both RCM and Conservatory exams. Many of her students have received scholarships and have won awards. Elsie has taught in Ethiopia and all over Manitoba. She has been teaching at the MCMA since 1991. Over the years and presently Elsie has been involved with the Manitoba Registered Music Teacher’s Association, University of Manitoba Prep Studies, Piano Club of Manitoba, Winnipeg Early Music Society, pedagogy conferences in Chicago, Calgary and Winnipeg and has participated in master classes with J. P Sevilla, M. Jablonski, J. Rowland, V. Tyron and A. Montecine.

Education/Training

Masters of Music (M. Mus) with a major in piano pedagogy from East Texas State University.

Career Highlights

Over 40 years teaching experience. Students have received top marks in RCM and Conservatory exams, won scholarships and awards. Has thought in Ethiopia and all over Manitoba. Elsie has been involved with the Manitoba Registered Music Teacher’s Association, University of Manitoba Prep Studies, Piano Club of Manitoba, Winnipeg. Early Music Society, pedagogy conferences in Chicago, Calgary and Winnipeg and has participated in master classes with J. P Sevilla, M. Jablonski, J. Rowland, V. Tyron and A. Montecine. Studied violin, theory and piano.”

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