Liz Parker’s Piano Studio
Central Toronto, Ontario, Canada
COVID 19 UPDATE
I am currently teaching online only, and will do so until the government declares it safe to teach in person. Even then, your peace of mind is important – I am happy to wear a mask during lessons and sit more than six feet from the piano. I will also disinfect the keys in between students. I will have students wait outside my door until the previous student leaves before you come in. I’m monitoring things and will keep you posted once fall lessons are underway.
In the Parker household, talk of quitting piano wasn’t casual dinner-time conversation. It meant a SUMMIT MEETING in the LIVING ROOM.
Liz graduated from the Royal Conservatory of Music (RCM) at 15 with a Gold Medal for the top mark in Canada; she holds her Licentiate from England’s Trinity College of London; and her Bachelor of Music from the University of British Columbia. Liz has been teaching since 1985.
Liz loves working with kids to achieve great marks in the RCM exams. She combines a sense of fun and instilling discipline for maximum results. No slouching or flat fingers! To compensate, treats are handed out after student recitals. Currently teaching online with FaceTime, WhatsApp, or Zoom, she normally teaches in the Queen/Bathurst area, meaning coffee/shopping options nearby for parents to while away the lesson time. Beginners and adults welcome.
Trinity Bellwoods Park / Queen West / Dundas West / Bathurst
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I look forward to hearing from you!
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