Lessons available in English, Italian or Spanish
Ecuadorian pianist David Troya started his music instruction with his mother. During his adolescence he also studied with Armenian pianist Angela Artugnan, Bulgarian pianist Toshko Stoyanov, and Ecuadorian pianist Celia Zaldumbide.
What is your education & experience?
Post-baccalaureate in Piano Performance, University of Manitoba; Master’s in Piano Performance, Memorial University; Undergraduate Piano studies at Pablo Sarasate Conservatory (Pamplona, Spain);two years of piano studies in Rome with Luca Garbini and Stephen Kramer.
What made you decide to study music?
I became fascinated with music when I was going to the local symphony orchestra concerts.
What makes your lessons different from the rest?
I like to encourage students to discover learning by themselves.
What do you love about teaching?
I love to see how each student is a whole different world when it comes to learning, and how I have to tailor my lessons in a creative way accordingly.
What would you say to someone who is thinking about taking music lessons?
Don’t hesitate, give it a try!